For a few years now I’ve been noticing a change in thinking and mentality of young women who are, quite frankly, becoming a lot smarter and a lot more courageous compared to older generations of women. This was something that was bound to happen, not only due to the Global Brain, but in the case of women especially due to them finally breaking free from society’s brainwash that was purposely set in place to work against them. It was something that Nikola Tesla predicted would happen almost 90 years ago, as I explained in the fifth part of my article series on Understanding Women:
Tesla predicted that “women will ignore precedent and startle civilization with their progress.” And we can already see that happening today, especially with the younger generations of women. This is mostly due to the fact that we’re now in a phase of global awakening where a lot of (previously hidden) information is starting to become available and people start to change their thinking as a result of that. For details on this, read my article on the Global Brain. Keep in mind that a lot of the things Tesla said in this interview all the way back in 1926 have become reality today, including that which he said about planet Earth becoming a huge brain. I expect that much of what he said in that interview about women will also become reality in the very near future. I am already seeing much of it around me. Young women are becoming smarter and are starting to see the stupidity of the rules in society.
And recently there have been a few instances where this can clearly be seen.
Take 14 year old Rachel Parent, for example, who debated TV presenter Kevin O’Leary on the issues of GMO food and labeling:
A Canadian television host’s attempts to school a 14-year-old girl did not quite go according to plan.
Kevin O’Leary, the co-host of the popular CBC business news program “The Lang and O’Leary Exchange,” must have thought he had laid the perfect trap for teen anti-GMO activist Rachel Parent.
The problem for O’Leary is that Parent, the founder of the pro-GMO labeling group Kids Right to Know, proved to be no pushover.
Posted to the websites of several anti-GMO groups, Parent has since been lauded as a rising star for the movement, while O’Leary, a multi-millionaire businessman, has been largely ridiculed.
Even on business websites, O’Leary has come in for criticism.
Watch the video below for the whole debate. She really stood her ground and came across very calm and intelligent.
And how about 12 year old Victoria Grant from Canada, who publicly exposed the banking scam that has the world (not just Canada) in its grips right now and is ruining the lives of millions of people around the world while a small group benefits:
Victoria Grant, 12, became an overnight Internet sensation after a video of her slamming Canada’s banks and the government for robbing the people, went viral.
“What I’ve discovered is that banks and the government have colluded to financially enslave the people of Canada,” she said at Pubic Banking Institute conference in Philadelphia.
In her interview with RT, the child economist expressed her concern that the Canadian government has been borrowing money from private banks and putting the people into debt. “And they are not doing anything about this. So they are just standing by and watching the private banks make us pay compounded interest.”
“It has become painfully obvious even for me, a 12-year-old Canadian, that we are being defrauded and robbed by the banking system and a complicit government,” Victoria stated in her speech at the conference.
Watch the video below and listen to her speech.
And this 11 year old (!!!) Yemeni girl named Nada Al-Ahdal is just jaw droppingly awesome. Her parents wanted to give her away to get married at such a young age, and she refused, ran away from home and explains in the video below why she did that.
And this speech by Suzuki Severn at the UN Earth Summit isn’t as recent, but still worth mentioning.
Now what is obvious from all of these examples is not only the high intelligence of these women at such a young age, but equally as important in my opinion, also their courage. Imagine the courage they must have to do what they did. Even for adults these things can be quite intimidating (most adults right now are hypocritical pussies to be honest), and for these girls to do what they did — to publicly and seemingly fearlessly go against the status quo — at such a young age is incredible.
These are clear signs of what’s to come in the very near future.
At the end of the third part of my Understanding Women series I asked if we’ll ever get back our fairy queens. And from what I see the world will be filled with them in the future.
The only thing that’s disappointing to me right now is that I was clearly born too early. Le sigh.