There really is nothing funny about Tila Tequila’s obvious mental health issues, which are evident in her recent rants (excuse me, “satire”) about sympathizing with Hitler and fearing lizard people. But there is something funny about Hitler rejecting Tila Tequila’s support because, amongst other things, she didn’t even call Bobby after “A Shot At Love” finished filming. Thanks to reader Jenna for passing along this flawlessly subtitled video! [YouTube]
Apparently we just don’t “get” Tila Tequila. The reality TV star and glamour model turned Hitler fangirl and Nazi apologist has released a new video on her website, hitting back at critics of her recent defense of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime. She says all of her ramblings about Hitler — and that image she posted to Facebook in which she’s dressed up like Der Fuehrer, standing in front of the extermination camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau – are all satire and we just don’t get it because we’re “New World Order Zionists.” Mmkay. Please do explain, Hitila or Tilisis or whatever you’re calling yourself these days:
“This time I would like to address all the ridiculous rumors all over the Internet that I am now a Nazi just because I made some satire videos, just because I was sympathetic towards other human beings, because God says we should forgive and forget. But unfortunately, some chosen ones who think they are God’s people, refuse to forgive and forget. And not only do they act hypocritical, but they stone anybody that dare to forgive and forget … It all started with a satire photo of some of my fans who made a Photoshop picture of me that says ‘all hail the queen,’ and unbeknownst to me, I didn’t realize it had a little subliminal message in there with a swastika on the hat or whatever. Anyways, that was not my intention. However, with the way I was being unjustly attacked by the, well, the New World Order Zionists, ok, because, first of all, I speak for the people. I am the only one with a platform that is not afraid to speak out for the people…”
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Tila Tequila first became famous in the mid 2000s for being the most popular girl on MySpace. She was on the cover of Maxim and starred in her own bisexual dating reality show on MTV, “A Shot at Love,” in which men and women vied for her heart. She was engaged to Casey Johnson at the time of the heiress’s death in 2010 and seemingly spiraled into drug addiction and mental health issues, even attempting suicide in 2012, eventually dabbling in rehab. In 2012, she apparently converted to Judaism. So where is Tila now? Oh, she’s posting pro-Hitler rants on her Facebook page and blog and has rebranded herself “Hitila” (you know, Hitler + Tila) as well as the goddess “Tilisis.” Yesterday, she posted the above photo to her Facebook page (it has since been removed), which pictures the glamour model wearing a red swastika armband and a SS uniform cap, standing in front of Auschwitz. Yeah. Keep reading »
Not cute: Hitler. So cute it should be condemned: Patch, the puppy who bears an irrefutable, if unfortunate, resemblance to the Nazi leader. With his black “mustache” and a large dark area covering the left side of his head, the French bulldog/shih tzu cross could almost be mistaken for the dictator, if he weren’t a member of a different species and also not a war criminal. Regrettably, Patch’s mom/owner Lynda Whitehead reports that none of her family members call him by his real name anymore, instead referring to the innocent pup as “Adolf” or “Hitler.” Noooooo! That said, Patch likely doesn’t have much of a say in the matter … though we imagine, equipped with fully functioning vocal cords, he’d be an extraordinarily charismatic speaker. Keep doing what you’re doing, Patch. Just don’t get any grandiose ideas about racial hegemony. [Telegraph]
You need to cross your eyes a bit, but if you do, you might notice a small resemblance this tea kettle has to an infamous German leader.
At least that’s what the Internet says it looks like after a Reddit user pointed out a billboard in Los Angeles for the Michael Graves Design Group kettle that he felt looked strikingly like Adolph Hitler. … What, do you Nazi it? Read more on TruTV…
There is a fine line between being incendiary and thought-provoking, and being straight up offensive. The owners of a new boutique in India seem to have gone way, way, over that line. Rajesh Shah is the co-owner of the Hitler boutique in Ahmedabad, India, and says he had no idea that naming his store after the former despotic leader of Germany would be so controversial. Shah claims he and his business partner actually named the store after the uber-strict grandfather of his business partner — nicknamed Hitler.
“Hitler was a nickname given to my business partner Manish Chandani’s grandfather because of his strict nature,” claims Shaw. “Frankly, till the time we applied for the trademark permission, I had only heard that Hitler was a strict man. It was only recently that we read about Hitler on the Internet.”
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I’ll admit to enjoying fashion illustrator aleXsandro Palombo’s cheeky commentary on fashion designers, icons, and the industry, in general, on his blog Humor Chic … at first. And I might even wear one of his “I Love Anorexia” T-shirts if it wouldn’t elicit a lecture from Jessica, but lately Palombo’s “art” has become so vulgar and controversial just for the sake of controversy. I, like Jessica, don’t see the meaning or point behind a drawing of a skeletal Rachel Zoe sitting on a toilet. It’s just crass. And I sure as hell don’t think a sexed-up Anne Frank with her 14-year-old head pointing a machine gun at Adolf Hitler’s head says anything of worth either.
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