Prussian Blue Featured in Women's Magazine
News/Comment; Posted on: 2005-07-11 07:48:46
Trendy women's slick can't help but notice Prussian Blue -- and our message.
by April Gaede
I WAS IN a Barnes and Noble bookstore yesterday and saw a copy of BUST magazine, which is marketed to twentysomething single women. It adopts a kind of faux-revolutionary pose while selling the usual consumer junk. In the latest issue they published a short article in which they compared and contrasted Prussian Blue (my daughters' pro-White band) with a more conventional Seattle kids' band called Smoosh that they're promoting.
My husband and I visited the Smoosh site and listened to a sample of their music. Feel free to compare -- I know that my daughters Lynx and Lamb will come off very well when you do... and their stylist is better too!
There are many bands on the air today who would not have been allowed on the radio 20 years ago. With continuing "exposure" like BUST's (these establishment types think they're "exposing hate" but really they're just showing thousands of freethinking White women and girls that there's something new out there for us), I believe that Lynx and Lamb could become the pioneers who take White nationalist music into the consciousness of the average White man and woman -- and that is great news.
I think it's funny how BUST thinks their readers are so stupid that they have to tell them that my girls are "revolting." Apparently they don't trust their subscribers to know they are supposed to hate my kids for their beliefs -- so they tell them outright.
A New York comic is happy her provider blocks the Prussian Blue site
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