This child is a million times more humane and good than anyone who supports a corporation such as Monsanto. It's plain that he's more respect for humanity than someone like Mike Taylor, Obama's FDA head.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … ZwJbs54c#!
It's so funny you posted this. I was just thinking last night that I should do the same. Have you taken a look at the TEDX site in its entirety? I believe I posted the link for it in one of my comments on your Monsanto and Infertility forum topic. This kid may help get the attention of our youth BEFORE they are subjected to years of corporate and government brainwashing and dumbing down tactics.
I don't see in what way he's the brightest kid. He's reciting his lesson quite well with rehashed humoristic peaks. A nice thing though, his awareness!
This young man is quite impressive. He has learned valuable facts and has the enthusiasm to pass this information on. This is exactly how massive, positive movements begin. And who better to get things started and educate the public than a child.....our "future."? His parents can be extremely proud, especially since he is "home-schooled." They have obviously encouraged him to be aware of issues vital to all humanity, with far-reaching consequences. How many 11 year-olds think about much past the video game in front of them??
Heck, I don't even recall his name - but I'm extremely proud of him too!!! Brilliant speaking and presentation - even if he was coached out the wazoo in order to do it!
Eleven year-olds are NOT the only ones who must be coached and rehearsed to give a presentation to a sizeable crowd in public.....if that were true, there'd be no Dale Carnegie or Zig Zigler courses people pay big bucks to attend!! Public speaking is a challenge even for adult executives. The kid's got it goin on!! Period. Thanks for sharing this, Wes.
You're welcome! I'm just continually disgusted with the Monsanto deniers, and there's a few of them posing as "intellectuals" on this website - guess I'm being a prick by keeping score, but whatever.
Ahh... I remember when I was the world's brightest eleven year old.
And then I turned twelve.
Yep - I know the feeling, but damn if you weren't likely a pretty one! :-)
Haha, I'm flattered, but really, I was more the ugly duckling type as a kid; I'm still trying to figure out what species of bird I'm going to end up being.
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