El New York Times perfila brillantemente a un político "marxista convencido" en Europa: 'A los comunistas les importa'

Kahr fue elegido alcalde de Graz, Austria’s second-largest city, en septiembre, and is the leader of the country’s Communist Party. The TimesDenise Hruby reported Kahr “sonrisas” sobre su ciudad ahora se conoce como “Leningrazand she confirmed, “sí, 100 por ciento, I’m a convinced Marxist.

Supporters and critics alike describe her as approachable, pleasant and a straight shooter. Constituents often compliment her for ‘not being like a politician,’ but more like a social worker,” Hruby reported.

Kahr’s work on housing was especially spotlighted, starting with a tenant emergency hotline at the end of the Cold War. “Poor and wealthy, left and right, llamado, and word of mouth spread: The Communists care,” The Times continued.

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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - OCTUBRE 25: The flag of Austria is on display ahead the meeting between King Abdullah of Jordan and Austrian President Alexander van der Bellen at Hofburg palace on October 25, 2021 in Vienna, Austria.

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The Times described the Communist mayor as someone whotries to be a familiar presence on the city’s streets.

It was also reported, “During her political career, she has given away about three-quarters of her post-tax salary. Since becoming a city councilor in 2005, Milisegundo. Kahr’s handouts have amounted to more than one million euros, or approximately $ 1,020,000.”

Only at the end was there any talk of criticism in the piece.

Often, criticism arises not from Ms. Kahr’s work, but her unabashed embrace of ideology,” Hruby wrote. “Por ejemplo, her admiration for the former Yugoslavia, a multiethnic and nonaligned state run by a dictator, shows a ‘historical stubbornness,’ said Christian Fleck, a sociology professor at the University of Graz.

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EXPEDIENTE - -People walk behind a red banner with hammer and sickle symbols during a May Day rally in Istanbul, Pavo, Mayo 1, 2016.

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But constituents don’t seem to care, with her approval rating in June standing at 65 por ciento,” Hruby wrote.

Dragging on a cigarette, a vice she can’t surrender, Milisegundo. Kahr reflected on why Communism failed elsewhere,” the profile reported.

It depends,” Hruby recounted her saying, “on whether the leaders also live by it.

The New York Times building

The New York Times building (iStock)

The article ended on that upbeat note about a Communist, without any historical reference to the hundred million plus people communism killed in the 20th century or the millions more it oppressed.

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