Then again, the most-viewed video for that search is a video of Nazis getting shot in the balls, so maybe there's some hope.
So the ones that are "just on the borderline" -- which is how Google spokesperson Peter Barron described the musings of the former Head Racist of America -- get a pass long enough for every neo-Nazi to hum the Mercedes-Benz ad tune in their sleep. YouTube will eventually delete the outright threatening videos, but the company has not put any regulation in place permanently dealing with these violations, meaning YouTube will happily profit from hate speech right up until it stops being profitable (read: when too many advertisers complain).
However, after serious governmental and corporate pressure, including threats to pull advertising, one Google executive was trotted out to apologize for allowing ads to run in front of hate-speech videos, promising to make it easier for advertisers to choose not to associate with the hate-speech videos YouTube will continue to let exist on its website.
"Advertise with Hitler" really seems like it should be an opt-in thing, but whatever.
And yet ...