Is Hitler angry at YouTube?
Due to hundreds of parodies made on the film 'Downfall', producers ask YouTube to remove online clips.
After he served as a mouthpiece for every possible grievance and complaint, Hitler is now leaving YouTube, and ranting about it.
The German film Der Untergang (Downfall), in which Adolf Hitler is seen going off on a tirade against betrayal, has lent itself to hundreds of online parodies where Hitler expresses severe anger over anything from parking spaces to the iPad.
However the company that made the 2004 movie, Constantin Films, has set out to put a stop to the countless parodies and have demanded that YouTube remove the films, citing copyright infringement.
A man named Brad Templeton has made a parody of the company's YouTube takedowns, and ironically, his video was also taken down from the site.