The revolt over wheelie bins has stepped up with the creation of a YouTube parody showing Hitler cursing the opposition of 'Chiswick hippies'.
The subtitles in a scene from the 2004 film Downfall have been changed to make it appear the Fuhrer is fuming at Nazi officials over the wheelie bin uprising.
At one point in the four minute clip, the dictator can be seen to yell: "They will be forced to put all their unsorted rubbish in the huge bins like all the Hounslow proles."
Although the decision to cast Hounslow Council in the role of Hitler seems a little extreme to say the least, the video's creators are also happy to poke fun at the people of Chiswick.
At one point in the video, Hitler, played in the film by Bruno Ganz, is seen to say: "Who do these residents who live on the Glebe Estate (in Chiswick) think they are? They make me puke with their paved gardens and lavender pots."
A spokesman for Hounslow Council criticised the video, saying: "It is crass and insensitive, especially at this time of remembrance."
This is not the first time the climactic scene from the film, which portrays the days leading up to Hitler's suicide, has been parodied.
The Downfall meme has been used to mock everything from a new video game to Hillary Clinton's doomed 2008 presidential campaign.
The latest parody ends with Hitler saying: "If this nice little earner doesn't come off we will have to come up with another cunning plan. I may have to send the wheelie bins back to Poundland and beg for a refund."
The film also makes sly references to other council policies which have proved unpopular in parts of Chiswick, like the introduction of 'concentration camp' LED street lights and the decision to replace some pavements with asphalt.
It has already been viewed nearly 500 times since being published by Bob Osborne on Sunday (November 2).
Hounslow Council is this month rolling out wheelie bins to an extra 22,000 homes across the borough, following a successful trial last year.
Chiswick councillor John Todd last week claimed residents in his ward were incandescent with rage over the introduction of the bins, which he said were too large and unsightly.
The council claims the bins are generally popular with residents and will help boost recycling rates across the borough, reducing the amount it has to pay in landfill taxes.
Council leader Steve Curran has said the council is happy to talk to residents' groups which are keen to opt out of the scheme.