Hot off promoting the virtues of sex work as a career choice, Teen Vogue — surely just trying to deflect attention away from that bizarre story and the resulting bad press it generated — has re-upped another recent classic that is sure to make everyone forget they were telling little Susie to try hooking for a living.
The legacy of Karl Marx’s ideas and how they’re relevant to the current political climate: https://t.co/G9L2xUhkk1
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) June 24, 2019
This little gem was originally published in May of last year, and is an attempt to do exactly what the twitter cutline suggests: sell Marxism as super, duper popular and super, duper smart. Just like prostitution.
People on the Twitter machine who might know a little more than the brain trust over at Teen Vogue went to work.
His raging anti-Semitism? His laziness and irresponsibility? The inability to see or account for unintended consequences? Sure. https://t.co/uN9T5HyNL8
— Mo Mo (@molratty) June 25, 2019
I miss the days when Teen Vogue focused on Austrian economics. https://t.co/17Uba4OSrf
— jon gabriel (@exjon) June 25, 2019
Teen Vogue is so "woke," it is promoting a man whose ideas killed 100 million people. 🤦♂️🤦♂️
— PragerU (@prageru) June 25, 2019
This Intellectual Takeout piece is a must read for really getting at the heart of the man who played the long con of pitting the haves against the have nots is a social war where no one wins except the strongman and dictator who survives.
Dear @TeenVogue readers, Karl Marx in real life was actually a mean, lazy, selfish, drunken jerk with bad body odor who cheated on his wife and kept his family poor.
So hey girls, it's your call if you want to turn this filthy bum into your personal hero. https://t.co/rIIWMdzYch
— Joe the Dissident (@joethepatriotic) June 25, 2019
I suppose the good news is that the Marxists out there have come out into the open instead of sneakily filling college students’ heads full of this nonsense when young people leave home, often for the first time.
Since they’re going after younger teenagers now, there’s a chance for adults to stop the silly indoctrination in its tracks before the failed revolution begins.