There is a difference between free speech and hate speech.
I know this has become a DIY blog - but it didn’t start out that way. Part of my day job was interviewing WWII veterans and making videos about their experiences. I even had 2 colonels (from the US and Germany - post here) stop by my house on the way to the last 5th Armored Division Reunion last summer. Why the last reunion? There are virtually no veterans left from WWII. Why did the colonels stop by to see me? Because I have a treasure trove of WWII Army Signal Corps photos passed down to me by a family member that are historically significant.
I emailed Tumblr about http://reactionary-traditionalist.tumblr.com/ (and so have other people - that’s how I found out about it). The people I interviewed that witnessed the Nazi atrocities still have nightmares about what they witnessed and other friends of mine have no extended family because of the genocide (so when I see “exposing the Holohoax” from the above blog you can imagine how I feel). To my dismay I checked out many of the above blogs and was utterly appalled, devastated, and saddened. Tumblr has an anti-malicious bigotry policy in place but does not seem to enforce it.
Tumblr: "Malicious Bigotry. Don’t actively promote violence or extreme hatred against individuals or groups, on the basis of race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation. While we firmly believe that the best response to hateful speech is not censorship but more speech, we will take down malicious bigotry, as defined here."
Please report blogs that violate Tumblr’s own guidelines. Note: Tumblr did take down this specific post (cached version here), but this blog is filled with hate against so many groups - and so are the blogs listed.