KERN/Bakersfield "Prussian Blue" Interview Draws Media Attention
September 15, 2006 at 5:59 AM (PT)
AMERICAN GENERAL MEDIA Talk KERN-A/BAKERSFIELD received some international media attention when 14 year old twins LAMB and LYNX GAEDE, better known as white supremacist singing dup PRUSSIAN BLUE, visited to be interviewed by KERN's INGA BARKS. The former BAKERSFIELD residents were followed to the studio by television cameras from the UK's CHANNEL 4 shooting a documentary about the now-MONTANA-based act. The girls and their mother told BARKS that they are not racists, yet claimed to have moved north because, in LAMB's words, non-whites "have kind of ruined it down here." Mother APRIL GAEDE also told BARKS that the Nazis did not murder Jews during WORLD WAR II but many Jews died of disease.
BARKS, who told the BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN that the interview made her "sad, in the pit of my stomach," booked the family because "these are unique children from our community, and I wanted to let them speak for themselves."