Thailand feat. Rip Taylor

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In memory of Rip Taylor, please enjoy this very silly segment from 2015, in which he helped us resolve an intractable problem involving Thailand and Hitler.


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C Money Drumming
C Money Drumming Dia atrás
You unfunny piece of shit you are a nazi. You elite scumbag
Alex Cio
Alex Cio 2 dias atrás
Woooow, this is so freaky! Wondering what people in thailand think about this thing!
Yammy Crow
Yammy Crow 4 dias atrás
Let me tell you one thing. In Thailand, they never teach about how bad WWl or WWll is or how bad Hitler was. Thailand history class teach only how great they are ...and how they repeatedly defeat other countries who invade them. That's all they taught their children! cause I am one!
Renaissance Man
Renaissance Man 6 dias atrás
John did a Nazi salute at the end ! LOL
juicy water
juicy water 7 dias atrás
Stop offense other country please You are number one
Thomas Ford
Thomas Ford 12 dias atrás
Could you imagine how Hitler would react if he could see how the world depicts him today.
Thomas Ford
Thomas Ford 12 dias atrás
Why did Hitler have to ruin the Charley Chaplin moustache?
Hiroyuki Heisosumi
Hiroyuki Heisosumi 18 dias atrás
R.I.P. Genie
Sopon Suree
Sopon Suree 18 dias atrás
Lol. They don’t understand the magnitude of what they are doing. They need to be educated on this topic. I know because I’m from there!
Leo Keupp
Leo Keupp 22 dias atrás
A couple of impressions: I worked in a school in Thailand. When I told the students I`m from Germany, one child asked me if I know about Hitler. ...Ehm, yes, I do. And Germans don`t like him. Why, he asked. Well... he killed a lot of people, though..... Later that evening I went to some Kind of market with some friends. One guy sold cloths… One with a fcking huge Nazisymbol. You wanna buy that?, a friend asked. ...No, I don`t. ...WTF`s wrong with you?
K Pencil
K Pencil 19 dias atrás
Christ on a wheel!
Rattasit Wanichpan
Rattasit Wanichpan Mês atrás
Insult word from a guy that live in a country that make fun of a Buddah , A queen of england etc., And also make alot of movie that have Hitler as a joke, Good compare funny man.
Ash Mac
Ash Mac Mês atrás
What did Hitler think about Thailand?
Solarstan of YouTube
Ok that show isnt that poor taste
Kyle Bowles
Kyle Bowles Mês atrás
I love Rip Taylor :)
Tamara K
Tamara K Mês atrás
Literally the only thing Hitler is famous for is killing people, how can you use his image and not know that one thing about him. Thailand is fucked up.
Leia Jiang
Leia Jiang Mês atrás
My friend told me this story, a kid in art class was told paint the flag in. Kid askes: "is any flag ok?" Teacher:"yes" Kid draws a faucking swastika. My friend:?????
MoonEyes2k Mês atrás
Wow. Rip passed away just days before this was broadcast.
Bthsr71 Mês atrás
Have you fixed this shit yet Thailand?
JdK 52
JdK 52 Mês atrás
What's to fix? Thai people aren't sensitive like you are.
Many VicedGod
Many VicedGod Mês atrás
6:05 best sign off wave ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Zakarey Mathew Jaymes
I feel ashamed that I’d never heard of Rip Taylor before he died
Piero Sanchez
Piero Sanchez Mês atrás
John ending the show with a nazi salute?!
Kaden Mcentire
Kaden Mcentire Mês atrás
Vendula Marešová
Vendula Marešová Mês atrás
I live in Czech Republic-how did I not seen that tv show? I need to go watch it right now... In all seriousnes, we czech have dark humor and by dark I mean really, really dark and that include making fun of Hitler, religion(it doesn´t really matter what the religion in question is) besides that tv show obviously didn´t cause too much atention in Czechia, I don´t know anybody who watched it and I doubt that a lot of people did. Out public television(in the fottage you can see it aired on station ct1) experiments with genres a lot and given that we mostly set our tv shows and movies and movies in the time period between First republic and 1989 this was simply bound to happened sonner or later.
Dom Ross
Dom Ross 2 meses atrás
That Dobby reference :D
Poptarts They Allude me
I get maybe they're just not consienscious of it as much but whyyyy? Why??? I guess his likeness is recognisable so it's easy marketing and it's just not as big a deal there so it's not as risky. Apparently so not risky though, everybody started doing it. The nazi themed Christian march seems likes it's way over the line though....
poyzianful 2 meses atrás
And now we have panda John Oliver face T-shirt as well. We knew who is Hitler and We don't give a shit 😂
Kelly M
Kelly M 2 meses atrás
RIP Rip 😢
Ruth Hello!
Ruth Hello! 2 meses atrás
Charles Chaplin
j v
j v 2 meses atrás
To be fair, most Westerners are not familiar with the Khmer Rouge. But you wouldn't be surprised if Hollywood made a movie out of it and end up probably where one would get their information about it. Granted, Hitler started WW2. But still, Thailand wasn't part of WW2 and they had their own problems to deal with. I'm torn.
Anantha Krishnan
Anantha Krishnan 2 meses atrás
(Disclaimer: Below comment is not written to offend any community or any race) HITLER is known for different things in different parts of the world: (No offense) I can understand why its difficult for Europeans and Americans to digest this fact - ----------because History is different in different parts of the world. For example in India, many people don't oppose if not support Hitler cause he provided some firepower to Indian freedom fighters during Independence struggle (I hope you guys understand what I am implying). And when it comes to Thailand - they don't really care, cause its not their history.
Anantha Krishnan
Anantha Krishnan 2 meses atrás
@Raw Vid Maybe true, after all, it's all assumption based - cause history is written by those who win the war.
Raw Vid
Raw Vid 2 meses atrás
Actually Hitler never provided fire or manpower to India. Bose recruited Indian students in Germany for his liberation army. This fact is just a cover up for people to admire a fascist.
Christoph Tungersleben
Christoph Tungersleben 2 meses atrás
K. Kitthiphong
K. Kitthiphong 2 meses atrás
You do not study Thai history Why would Thai people study the history of foreigners? Making imitation news You go to see in Thailand. Most people are chasing dictatorship soldiers.
K. Kitthiphong
K. Kitthiphong 2 meses atrás
You all think too much. Most Thai people do not know. This symbol is similar to the amulet of China. Thai people definitely don't like dictators. They just don't know the meaning of that symbol. Insulting or insulting should investigate the truth clearly
Rev. Pop
Rev. Pop 2 meses atrás
Rev. Pop
Rev. Pop 2 meses atrás
There's no proof of Hitler's date of death
devtrev85 2 meses atrás
Rip Taylor made the video for me.
Christopher Justice
Christopher Justice 2 meses atrás
Hitler would’ve killed the Thais. What the hell is wrong with that country?
Shuyu 2 meses atrás
..what? lol fucking idiots
Seer 3 meses atrás
I am Thai. It’s true that world history is not crucial in Thailand. However it’s not every circumstances in world history which thai people ignore. Because in WWII, Thailand didn’t have a lot of participation in international politics. There’s a little effects to Thailand(in Thai’s opinion). Vice versa, some history ,such as, colonialism from European countries are always in people minds. Thai people know Hitler is dictator who cause genocide and holocaust, but what about the country where conquered around the earth, enslave people, stole resources from others? I know both are bad, but Thai people ain’t just interested it as much as Americans and other citizens who be affected from WWII.
The Thai revere Hitler in the same way people tend to revere powerful military leaders like Napoleon or Genghis Khan. If you're wondering, how can they neglect the holocaust, ask your self: How well known is, say, the genocide of East-Timor in Europe or North-America. Don't get me wrong - revering Hitler is inappropriate, but in the Asian context it isn't really that surprising. Revering powerful military leaders in general (no pun intended) is problematic, since about all of them did horrible things.
Margaret Rose, Duchess of Poughkeepsie
it's too funny and too disturbing at the same time. From Thais perspective they don't see Hitler as a real person (they know he is real) but western history is somewhat beyond their everyday life and they simple don't care much. People get to know Hitler from Hollywood films that painted him as a typically villain guy in the movie. For Thai Hitler is like another character from movie, let's say like Voldemort in Harry Potter or Darth Vader in Star Wars that's why they see Hitler in a part of Pop-culture icons. Thai thinks Hitler looks funny and unique as a movie's character but doesn't mean that Thais supports Nazi or like the idea of Nazi killing Jews or Aryan people is superior. Lacking of knowledge at all I don't agree because they do know about WWII very well they suffered from it too but neglecting of history very much.
GetTheFuck0ffMyLawn 3 meses atrás
To their credit... the Hitler:Release the Demon billboard is brilliant for a laxative ad
Arpandeep Singh
Arpandeep Singh 3 meses atrás
I have been to thailand but never saw a hitler tshrt before. I am surprised.
Roach DoggJR
Roach DoggJR 3 meses atrás
OK, something happened in Thailand during the 1940s and I wasn't told in school.
Justin L
Justin L 3 meses atrás
They just don't understand world history like other countries do. I went to Thailand in the military and one of our guys was African American. He was called the N-word several times, but not in a ill way. They just honestly didn't know it was a bad word. Culture is just different there lol.
KStar 3 meses atrás
What happens when you don’t teach history
K Pencil
K Pencil 19 dias atrás
@JdK 52 Lol why so triggered? You sound like one
JdK 52
JdK 52 Mês atrás
Correction: what happens when you aren't a sensitive little snowflake like westerners have become.
Melinda Dunn
Melinda Dunn 3 meses atrás
Now I want to draw a Rip Taylor Teletubby!
Jen Fester
Jen Fester 3 meses atrás
The late Rip Taylor is an American icon.
kin wow
kin wow 4 meses atrás
Thais are retarded, moronic twat to be honest!
JdK 52
JdK 52 Mês atrás
Thai people are great.
Ragnar Bogartus
Ragnar Bogartus 4 meses atrás
Please do not look at us in a pessimistic way! Wearing a T-shirt with Hitler's face doesn't mean that the person has to support the dictator. For some people it may be implied not to forget this person what he has done. Believe me. In the next 50 years, there will be shirt makers of the North Korean leaders in Thailand.
egon2012 4 meses atrás
I thought he was going to say Charlie Chaplin
Chelimo Birir
Chelimo Birir 4 meses atrás
When you realize Jon has great capacity to be a Hitler impersonater
Sai Amaru
Sai Amaru 4 meses atrás
Wait, I'm from Thailand. I always thought that we know Hitler's history, but it's just something that seems far away that Thais aren't aware about the seriousness of his image. To be honest though, I live in Thailand, and I never see those posters and the cartoons being shared around like that at all. That's weird.
JdK 52
JdK 52 Mês atrás
It's for the best that Thai people aren't sensitive to issues like this. It's a handicap to the west.
dannafe 4 meses atrás
R.I.P., Taylor
Haxhe Haxhaj
Haxhe Haxhaj 4 meses atrás
wow Thailand nazi
Fearless & Far
Fearless & Far 4 meses atrás
Rip Taylor died 3 days before this aired. Google it. Damn.
620098756 4 meses atrás
This is a reupload. The description said, "In memory of Rip Taylor, please enjoy this very silly segment from 2015, in which he helped us resolve an intractable problem involving Thailand and Hitler." It was more of a tribute video.
KingQwertzlbrmpf 4 meses atrás
2:33 And to be even more fair, the same could be said about schools in the US teaching their own national history with little or no mention of things like the mormon extermination order from 1838 or the genocide on the native american population starting pretty much the moment Columbus set foot onto american soil and lasting till at least the 1850s.
Patrick Lai
Patrick Lai 4 meses atrás
CC Lewis
CC Lewis 4 meses atrás
Oh hey my great grandpa played that game show
Steven Wileman
Steven Wileman 4 meses atrás
What is this guy on? They judge everything by internet “research”! I have lived in Thailand for 4 years & never seen any Hitler tea or telly tubby t-shirts! I suggest he looks at the states a bit closer. So much Neo-Nazism etc in there back yard!
mint naja
mint naja 5 meses atrás
66fiveandahalf 5 meses atrás
Yeah let's do a bunch of X rated Buddha videos!!! Buddha be sexin up the Bitches and beating the dudes down Jackie Chan style!!! RIP LIVES!!!!
Clockwork Kirlia
Clockwork Kirlia 5 meses atrás
Rip Taylor seems really interesting, and really cool, and I really respect that Last Week Tonight reminded people about him like this. A man is not dead while his name is still spoken, as said by Terry Pratchett of course.
Mette Øksnebjerg
Mette Øksnebjerg 5 meses atrás
It is really not fair to the dog.
Justin Pedi
Justin Pedi 5 meses atrás
Yo John what is with the teeth? I thought you fixed them mate, is this an old ep
carultch 5 meses atrás
I just read your comment in Bill Clinton's voice.
Riley 5 meses atrás
Can you name the atrocities committed by Mao Zedong? You can go on Amazon and buy shirts and posters with his face on them, this isn't really any different. Thais have no clue what Hitler represents, his image is only well known in Thailand because of his association with the Swastika, a symbol the Nazis borrowed from Buddhism.
Murkymarsh 5 meses atrás
You've fallen for our collective hitler shitposting, farangs. 😂😂
Jesus Zepeda
Jesus Zepeda 5 meses atrás
The funnier part about the art clip is Hitler didn’t get into art school
Shirley Munro
Shirley Munro 5 meses atrás
If you call a puppy a bad boy, you get a bad boy.
Jason Ross
Jason Ross 5 meses atrás
This is genius... all our white supremacy idiots are gonna move to Thailand!! ( but they may come back with some bad fashion ) 🙄😂
Matt James
Matt James 6 meses atrás
To everyone here talking about Che Guevara shirts: just stop. There are 3 problems with the main arguments I'm seeing: 1. Most people who wear them know exactly who he was and what he did, and wear the shirt because, while most people who wear the shirt are long-haired, pacifist hippies, the famous photo of him that is on it has become a symbol among the left of the fight against the imperialist machine that modern capitalism has become. It's more the ideas the photograph and the man represent. Which I agree is kinda stupid (especially since the shirts are all made in sweatshops and Che himself would probably be outraged that an American company is printing shirts with his face for their own nefarious purposes), but it's not like they're doing it without knowing anything about Che Guevara. 2. Che is NOT Hitler by any means, and comparing him to Hitler is extremely disingenuous and underhanded. Che was a complicated man and no saint, especially in his personal life, but seriously - look up the people whom he was fighting against. The dictators and regimes he helped to overthrow and fight against were BRUTAL human rights abusers, who ran corrupt, quasi-fascist military juntas. And yes, the tactics he utilized were pretty brutal (but nowhere near the levels of the people he was fighting) as well, but to people who know the full story of his life and who realize that you can't overthrow ruthless dictators non-violently, these actions are nowhere as immoral as they seem by themselves. When you look at the crimes of those he fought against, his actions suddenly seem a LOT more justified. Americans are taught to hate him because he hated America and capitalism. But he hated America because many of the dictators he helped to fight against were installed by the CIA for being friendly to US trade interests - in that they'd allow US fruit companies to buy up sovereign land and basically run slave plantations where they'd hire non-US citizens and treat them like dirt. This was incredibly unpopular locally for obvious reasons, which is why the dictators had to be brutal if they wanted to stay in power. Regardless of the unintended results, the morally detestable means or the Marxism, the thing Che was directly fighting for was sovereignty for Latin America, and freedom and better lives for its people (this is why I think wearing him on shirts is disrespectful, especially since he died a martyr for this cause, but I can't ban or censor shirts), and the areas where he succeeded did noticeably better a lot of people's lives, if only to replace fascist regimes with illiberal democracies that succumbed to corruption - but the instability in these places afterward is not his fault, and even this was still a MAJOR improvement in many people's lives. What he was fighting for was COMPLETELY different from Hitler, who fought for basically the opposite of that for Europe and the world. In fact, Che is featured in, and is the poster man for a video by Simon Whistler called "the top 10 people who did terrible things for good reasons" ( ). 3. The whole t-shirt argument is textbook whataboutism. Even if you think Che is still evil, or on the same level as Hitler despite what I just told you, we're not talking about that here. We're talking about Thailand and Hitler imagery. You're making the Che shirt argument because you're some conservative who feels like this segment is "singling out" the right in some way, so you think arguing that the left is somehow doing the same thing by wearing Che shirts (which it is ostensibly NOT^^^) somehow either makes wearing Hitler imagery okay, or at the very least cancels out any incrimination of the right. Just stop. This is a childish tactic. Admit that Thais or American conservatives who revere Hitler are wrong and move on. If it's not you wearing a Hitler t-shirt, then why do you care?!
gokul balagopal Payyanur
Matt James
Matt James Mês atrás
@Aubrey Graham fashie simp
Aubrey Graham
Aubrey Graham Mês atrás
commie simp
Matt James
Matt James Mês atrás
@Stev And yet you're attacking me for denouncing him merely because I say Che was a slightly better moral figure. Basic math tells you such facts (a few thousand murders vs 11,000,000 plus starting the most destructive conflict in human history), and yet you are disputing it because a figure on the left is presented (correctly, I might add) to have the moral high ground over a figure on the right in this particular case. You seem to think, from what I gather, that Hitler wasn't worse than Che. Check. Your. Numbers. "Holding him aloft"?! I admit he is a murderer, I call him no saint, I say he did terrible things, and that he could easily be considered a bad man. The only positive things I say are that he fought for sovereignty that Latin America didn't have and, to put it very simply (and this is what I mean when I say he improved people's lives), got people away from starving while working as wage slaves under fascist dictators for American fruit companies with the former making it legal for the latter to get away with gross human rights abuses, to having them be fed, educated, and not one step above being slaves, albeit under regimes that were still not free and pretty authoritarian, e.g. Cuba. That the results of his actions bettered people's lives is because they were merely better than being everything short of slaves. That's not saying much, but objectively, he made people's lives better, which is technically good. He's good on what is essentially an enormous technicality. So tell me, with all that being said: how, again, am I holding him aloft or lauding him as a folk hero? Plus, as I have said here many times already: I THINK PEOPLE WHO WEAR CHE SHIRTS ARE FUCKING STUPID. GET THAT THROUGH YOUR HEAD. The only thing I dispute about the shirts is whether or not people wear them today know who he is. I even elaborate that since a good majority who wear them today know exactly who Che is and wear them as political statements, it's STILL stupid since they're wearing something that would've disgusted the man himself. I reiterate: READ WHAT I WROTE if you're going to argue against it. "Suicidal bougia". First of all, it's spelled, "bourgeois", and the plural noun form as you attempt to use it is, "bourgeoisie". Secondly: you do realize those are the people (the wealthy elites of society) that communists, which you seem to think I am, want to murder, right? Even if you had spelled it right, you still wouldn't have used it correctly, even in your own context.Thirdly: where on Earth did you gather that I'm suicidal?! Did I ever once say I wanted to die? I'm quite happy with my life, FYI. Was your use of that term because you think I'm a communist and that all communists are somehow suicidal by your logic? Well you're wrong again. When I said in the Google doc up there that I "loosely agree with Che", I mean he's correct in that Latin American nations should have their own sovereignty, and that neither their governments or their citizens should be exploited by American fruit companies. That's about it, and of his main points, those are the ones that have nothing to do specifically with communism. I'm a democratic socialist, so I think capitalism is perfectly acceptable as long as some rules are put in place on it, private companies don't control basic human necessities like water, power, or healthcare, and it doesn't get so bloated and monstrous that it reaches the point where fruit companies have the power to buy politicians and overthrow governments. And I believe in freedom of religion, speech, press and the right to petition the government and for a redress of grievances. That is a very different ideology from Che's, i.e. NOT FULL-BLOWN MARXISM. "Against human nature". Communism completely falls apart on a scale as grand as Marx imagined and I won't doubt you there. Communism in the modern world will never truly happen and I admit that, but to say that to cooperate for the common good is against human nature is some grade-A, Rand-esque bullshit. Early tribes of humans that formed the basis for us living in societies were basically communes - everyone lived together and everyone got a good-sized piece of whatever food any individual members could find or kill because they needed everyone in the tribe healty to stand up to nature and survive as a species since the sum of all of them was greater than any individual. Sounds pretty communist to me, and those were the ancestors of all modern humans. Against human nature my ass.
Stev Mês atrás
@Matt James I never made a value judgement relative to hitler, but he was a violent incompetent communist, and it's amusing to see him held aloft by apparently suicidal bougia types like yourself as some kind of folk hero, symbolic of the utopia to be. As opposed to yet another face in the monument to marx's inexhaustible ability to be incorrect about the most basic aspects of reality and human nature.
1Mutton1 6 meses atrás
I actually don't have a problem with this. Doing this actually disarms the power of the movement which still exists in small pockets today.
Decharak Phutthakhin
Decharak Phutthakhin 6 meses atrás
Agree with everything you said about Hitler shouldn't be idolize, but we are talking about history here. Not tommorow, not yesterday. You're talking about history? History? Can not blame us(as a Thai). I will give you all the list of Hitler like peple in HISTORY, again if we talking about HISTORY
Peerayu Kraiprayoon
Peerayu Kraiprayoon 6 meses atrás
So Fucking offcious!! Just Worry about Yourself and Your Nation Better. It 's Internal Affairs and you Should't Interfere with . We khow who is he? But why don't focus on Context or Situation they've Wear that , Such in Funny show , Decoration or Protest on Somethings Similar!! Like Dictatorial Government in own Country!! I think it Their Right to do . Stop Obtrusive Man!!
Sabrina McClain
Sabrina McClain 6 meses atrás
I like how one of the superheroes with Hitler is Captain America
KK Chanel
KK Chanel 6 meses atrás
Ho no
pigtailsboy 6 meses atrás
I have no trouble with this. Exactly how is Thailand causing any harm? They may largely know what he is but the imagery is too strong to consider applying the history beside it. In some way this is good. It's stripping away a lot of the power he and Germany carried over people.
Nut Suphanat
Nut Suphanat 6 meses atrás
We, Thai who are educated with a Western curriculum: Collective Sigh
NATAPAt SS 6 meses atrás
@Purplepillow_ passive aggressive about what tho? about the incident or the condescending things OP said? Are you confused or are you confused? or am i confused? :O
Purplepillow_ 6 meses atrás
@NATAPAt SS Being passive aggressive about it doesn't help either lmao
NATAPAt SS 6 meses atrás
Education reform? Nahhhh, too troublesome. Sympathy to the victims of corruption and capitalism? Nahh we're too superior. Implies our disdain towards ignorant people instead. Great minds think alike, especially "educated" with a "Western curriculum" Thai people. Im actually dying LMAO
kao mah
kao mah 6 meses atrás
When you mimic the belief of them , such as the image of Buddha, Do you care the feeling of them? Not question but remind
Purplepillow_ 6 meses atrás
Yeah, people just use his head as home decoration which is really dumb
Decharak Phutthakhin
Decharak Phutthakhin 6 meses atrás
Spotted on
Holy Frank
Holy Frank 6 meses atrás
Like this
Wanchana Hakambutr
Wanchana Hakambutr 6 meses atrás
kao mah 😢😢😢😢
ผู้ต้องหา ความเหงา
I don't like digging into the past like you Aima, do you think I like you so much? You are worse than any other country in the world. The person who mocked me You are careful of broken glasses. Time in Thailand🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕
Flachzange 6 meses atrás
Do you mean america?
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