INDOCTRINATION: Teen Vogue Pushes Communism With Puff Piece About Karl Marx

At some point over the last few years, Teen Vogue took a hard turn to the far left. It used to be about fashion for girls but now it spends just as much time trying to indoctrinate youth with radical ideas.

In a recent piece, they glorified Karl Marx.

The Blaze reports:

Teen Vogue glorifies Karl Marx — the reactions are what you might expect

Teen Vogue recently published a controversial article titled, “Who is Karl Marx: Meet the Anti-Capitalist Scholar,” and promoted it on Twitter, saying that “The political philosopher turned 200-years-old on May 5, but his ideas can still teach us about the past and present.”

Author Danielle Corcione vilifies “rich people” and “bosses” in the piece, while gushing that through The Communist Manifesto, Marx “inspired millions of people to resist oppressive political leaders and spark political revolutions all over the world.”

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Corcione interviewed a high school teacher and former professor about how they incorporate Marx’s teachings into their class curriculum.

Former Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher is quoted as saying: “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. 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.

Here’s the Teen Vogue tweet:

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Conservative author Ben Shapiro responded:

Would you want your teenage daughter reading this publication?


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