The publishers of Teen Vogue received a great deal of criticism for publishing a guide for anal sex aimed at their young readership base, but they are not backing down. Having already told children about the finer points of taboo sex acts, they are now indoctrinating their those same kids into totalitarian communism!
The current edition of Teen Vogue published an article titled, “Who Is Karl Marx?” Here are some of selected passages from a gushing profile that attempted to lionize a man whose philosophy caused over one hundred million deaths in the 20th century alone:
“You may have come across communist memes on social media. The man, the meme, the legend behind this trend is Karl Marx, who developed the theory of communism, which advocates for workers’ control over their labor (instead of their bosses). The political philosopher turned 200-years-old on May 5, but his ideas can still teach us about the past and present…
His writings have inspired social movements in Soviet Russia, China, Cuba, Argentina, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and more…
So how can teens learn the legacy of Marx’s ideas and how they’re relevant to the current political climate? Teen Vogue chatted with two educators about how they apply these concepts to current events in the classroom…”
The article even profiled former Drexel University associate professor George Ciccariello-Maher, who openly pined for a genocide of white people on his Twitter account, as an example of a contemporary Marxist educator. Teen Vogue was happy to allow this hate-filled racist to indoctrinate their young audience:
“Former Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher uses Marx to teach history through an emotional, fluid, and ever-changing lens. He challenges his students to envision a society without capitalism, reminding them that different — though still imperfect and flawed — economic systems existed before, such as feudalism.
“When I teach Marx, it’s got a lot to do with questions of how to think critically about history. Marx says we live under capitalism [but] capitalism has not always existed,” Ciccariello-Maher tells Teen Vogue. “It’s something that came into being and something that, as a result, just on a logical level, could disappear, could be overthrown, could be abolished, could be irrelevant. There’s this myth of the free market, but Marx shows very clearly that capitalism emerged through a state of violence.”…
We’re oftentimes taught that history moves slowly, but many Marxists disagree with that notion, and believe that that the current socioeconomic system is precarious and can be overthrown at any time.”
There are no depths to which the cultural Marxists will refuse to sink in order to corrupt the souls of children in their fiendish quest to destroy civil society and create a cruel murderous dictatorship to reign throughout the West.