Is Kim Kardashian Really A Secret Agent?

By : Joseph Loftus |


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I’m not particularly a huge fan of the infectious Kardashian clan. In fact, I’m not even a small fan – I can’t stand any single one of them. 

However, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that Kim, and all the others K’s in the group, certainly indoctrinate millions of people around the world into thinking their lifestyle is the best etc, it’s certainly never crossed my mind that Kim K might actually be a secret agent.

But the suggestion is no laughing matter to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp, who are absolutely convinced that Kimmie is a spy.

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According to Vanity Fair, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp are an agency whose job revolves around the policing of culture and the influence of other nations.


But that’s not all – the same group have now accused the Kardashian sister of working for Instagram as part of a complicated ploy to ‘target young people and women’ in order to corrupt them away from Islam.

They say she is doing so by posting countless images of what they call her ‘aspirational’ lifestyle which is not what they deem to be aspirational in Iran.


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Her lavish, pathetically rich, and false lifestyle is easy to hate, and by hate I mean utterly despise. But does this really make her a secret agent?


A spokesman for the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp, Mostafa Alizadeh, said on an Iranian news program:

Ms. Kim Kardashian is a popular fashion model so Instagram’s C.E.O. tells her, ‘Make this native’. There is no doubt that financial support is involved as well. We are taking this very seriously.

The organisation went on to accuse the social media accounts of the Kardashians and their ilk, as ‘promoting a culture of promiscuity, weakening and rejecting the institution of family, ridiculing religious values and beliefs, promoting relationships outside moral rules, and publishing the private pictures of young women’.


Vanity Fair