Why is Teen Vogue pushing Karl Marx to its young readers? Unfortunately, the magazine that bills itself as “the young person’s guide to saving the world” has a history of pushing the ideas of class struggle and Marxist revolution to this demographic.
If anything, the national crisis has given the publication elbow room to promote these views more openly.
The magazine’s article, “Who Is Karl Marx: Meet the Anti-Capitalist Scholar,” doesn’t just whitewash the atrocities committed under the name of Marx’s idea of communism –including the fact that over 100 million people have been killed in the name of communism — it fails to mention them at all.
Instead, it implicitly romanticizes communism, following a common and naive tactic of those who haven’t had to live under it.
Teen Vogue Pushes Marxism on Its Young Readers. They’ve been steadfastly pushing anti-capitalist (read “anti-American”) messages — and instigating victimhood mentality — among their readers well before this latest piece.
“The idea of purchasing intimacy and paying for the services can be affirming for many people who need human connection, friendship, and emotional support,” wrote Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng
The article failed to ignore the number of women forced into the “profession” or abused by it.
If we’re looking at what is driving a cultural turnover in our youth, we need to look at every source of indoctrination, including magazines that read very much like foreign propaganda pieces.