Vogue magazine: merchant of slut, violence and death

A Catholic blogger writes on April 9, 2014:

Great evil has been unleashed… There is great darkness upon the earth. And the existence of the Devil is no longer denied — it is celebrated!

Virtue is abandoned. There is no longer any reason to practice restraint… “Do what thou wilt.” …Fully satisfying the lusts of the flesh, evil spirits (demons) seduce people away from God, and lure them deeper into the darkness.

Fallen Lucifer, now Satan, is the god of the entertainment industry. Satanic rituals are performed on stage for the world to see. Christ is blasphemed; Christianity is mocked; Christians are persecuted…

The fashion world is part of the satanic pop culture, as seen in Vogue, which once was a classy fashion magazine.

For its April 2014 issue, the American edition of Vogue descended to having Kim Kardashian (not a fashion model) and rapper Kanye West (not a fashion model) on the magazine’s cover.

Vogue KK cover

Kim Kartrashian became a “celebrity” from a pornographic sex tape she had made with the singer Ray J in 2003, which was “accidentally” leaked and netted her $5 million.

Kim K sex tape

For his part, Kanye West once compared the “hardship” of rapping to being a soldier. Even worse, in his song “I Am A God,” he actually says he’s like (“a close high”) Jesus.

For its April issue, the Italian edition of Vogue went, not for sluttery, but for death.

This image is on the cover of the April 2014 issue of Vogue Italia:

Vogue1The cover photo is of a model languishing in bed next to a male corpse.

The photo is one of 13 images by photographer Steven Meisel for the magazine’s cover story, “Cinematic.” Here are some of the other images, all featuring models wearing oh-so-chic designer clothes (by Valentino, Alberta Ferretti, Moschino, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu, Fendi, Alexander McQueen….) in scenes of violence, murder, mayhem, and death.

Vogue2Vogue3Vogue4Vogue5Vogue6Vogue7

Contemporary pop culture is a toxic cesspool, the Devil’s playground.

H/t Vigilant Citizen and FOTM’s swampygirl

~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Vogue magazine: merchant of slut, violence and death

  1. Classy, not. Libs should be complaining about the “war on women” with this violence.

     
  2. From heroin chic, to erotic excess, to Illuminati, to Lucifer, to death, to Satan. Wait, the Apocalypse/Revelation red dragon has been there all the time!

     
  3. Great post! (but it always feels strange to hit the “Like” button for something I hate) 😀

     
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  5. Wow, now I know just what to wear to be murdered in! Totally worth the outrageous price of that magazine.

     
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  7. I haven’t had time to look at my April issue of Vogue and after reading this article I don’t know if I want to open it. I love fashion magazines and have been a subscriber to Vogue for many years. They used to have some interesting retro articles, articles on homes, travel, history etc. I will probably end up not renewing my subscription. Lately they have become very left wing political, pro Obama with spreads on Michelle. I have already let most of my subscriptions to the fashion magazines expire and will probably keep only Lucky Magazine, which still sticks to fashion, beauty and nothing else.

     
  8. The Devil cannot have what is good, and he knows it. Therefore, all he can do is SNEER. That is what this is.
    Very well, then. Evil shall have its hour. And then good shall overcome it. The Devil’s time (historically) is short.

     
  9. The slime balls have taken over Vogue, not to mention America.
    Morality among the younger generations continues to decline as do
    adherents of Christian principles.

     
  10. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this incredible post. This is horrible, especially the woman laying next to the corpse (head). And indeed, what is Vogue’s point, if it isn’t to advertise the devil, his evil and destruction. This is absolutely so sickening and vulgar-and this is about fashion?

     

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