Mag tells ‘Nazi’ singers: Heil, no!

The NY Daily News reports on a pair I wrote about here a month ago. “Teen People nixed a story about Hitler-loving teenybopper twins Prussian Blue – amid outrage that the glossy had promised to avoid the words “hate,” “supremacist” and “Nazi” in its piece on the racist singing sisters. A Web-based teaser for the February story originally called the hatemongering duo “aspiring musicians” and compared them to wide-eyed sensations Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

The only hint that 13-year-old Lynx and Lamb Gaede praise Hitler, call the Holocaust an “exaggeration” and count former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke among their fans was a watered-down description of their message as “white pride.”

The freckled twins from Bakersfield, Calif., call nonwhites “muds” and play a video game called “Ethnic Cleansing.” They wear tartan plaid skirts and Hitler smiley face shorts – and croon songs that glorify the Third Reich.

“The last thing we need is to celebrate hate in this country,” said Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, who helped lead a Monday demonstration outside the office of Teen People’s parent company Time Warner. “I’m absolutely thrilled it’s not running.”