When one delves into the world of conspiracy theories, you have to be careful. It’s easy to jump off the deep end or wind up in areas that nobody really wants to be in.
Conspiracies typically involve large secretive groups with lots of power. They may be governments, businesses, private organizations, or even religions. They cover everything from NSA spying to money laundering through the Vatican Bank. One has to be careful though, and realize that while there may be parts of a government that is in fact secretly working towards nefarious ends, that doesn’t mean that the entire country, or even the entire government
For instance, it’s one thing to recognize that Israel, while a Jewish nation, it still has a governing body that, like every other nation on the planet, may not be acting in accordance with its citizens wishes. It’s another to say that every Jew on the planet is part of a vast Zionist conspiracy.
If you do the first, then you are using common sense. If you do the latter, then you are a racist.
Likewise, when one looks back at WWII, and Hitler in specific. It’s one thing to recognize that he was human, to look at his early life or his art, and wonder what made this seemingly normal boy into the murderer he grew in to. It’s even ok to say that you have some sympathy for Hitler, because again, he was a human being, he had a girlfriend and relatives that loved him, and I’m sure that something happened that twisted him into the sick fuck that he was. It’s another thing entirely to say that Hitler was an OK guy, and all those stories you learned about in school were just a massive Jew conspiracy.
While the former will still probably get you dirty looks, the latter pretty much makes you a piece of shit.
Tila Tequila is now the latter. It began with her proudly proclaiming her love for Adolf Hitler, and proceeded directly to her leaving some of the most racist replies to anybody that happens to not agree with everything that she says.
But don’t take my word for it, head over to her blog and read it in her own words, or just listen to her rap about it: