Hillary Clinton has emerged from seclusion to make a prediction about the new world order.

She believes it will have a face – and a gender.

And her remarks have sent the political world on edge.

Hillary recently recorded a video for MAKERS – a digital content women’s rights platform – in which she declared that because of the “energy” generated from the anti-Trump Women’s March, the future world-power structure will now become “female”.

Breitbart reports on her remarks:

“Hillary Clinton recorded a message for the women’s rights campaign group MAKERS in which she praised the “amazing energy” of January’s anti-Trump women’s march while declaring that the “future is female.”

“Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that, yes, the future is female. Just look at the amazing energy we saw as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world,” she said.

The women’s march, which took place the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, saw thousands of activists take to the streets to protest Trump’s presidency, including celebrities such as singer Madonna, filmmaker Michael Moore, and actress Scarlett Johnansson.

“So please, set an example for every woman and girl out there who is worried about what the future holds, and wonders whether out rights, opportunities and values will endure. And remember, you are the heroes, the history makers, the glass ceiling breakers of the future,” she continued.”

Clinton clearly still believes the future of America is wedded to identity politics.

But this divisive rhetoric – designed to pit Americans against one another based on the color of their skin, gender, and religion – created a backlash and swept Donald Trump into office.

Clintons embrace of identity politics was rejected by the voters because they saw through the Stalinist-style tactics social justice warriors were employing to bully and silence their opponents.

And yet, despite her loss, Hillary is still promoting identity politics as the future world order.

Specifically, she means the future world order is “female.”

But some argue this rhetoric creates a “war on boys.”

Writing in The Atlantic, Christina Hoff Sommers says that in academics, the playing field has been tilted in favor of girls:

“The research commonly cited to support claims of male privilege and male sinfulness is riddled with errors. Almost none of it has been published in peer-reviewed professional journals. Some of the data turn out to be mysteriously missing. A review of the facts shows boys, not girls, on the weak side of an education gender gap. The typical boy is a year and a half behind the typical girl in reading and writing; he is less committed to school and less likely to go to college. In 1997 college full-time enrollments were 45 percent male and 55 percent female. The Department of Education predicts that the proportion of boys in college classes will continue to shrink.

Data from the U.S. Department of Education and from several recent university studies show that far from being shy and demoralized, today’s girls outshine boys. They get better grades. They have higher educational aspirations. They follow more-rigorous academic programs and participate in advanced-placement classes at higher rates. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, slightly more girls than boys enroll in high-level math and science courses. Girls, allegedly timorous and lacking in confidence, now outnumber boys in student government, in honor societies, on school newspapers, and in debating clubs. Only in sports are boys ahead, and women’s groups are targeting the sports gap with a vengeance. Girls read more books. They outperform boys on tests for artistic and musical ability. More girls than boys study abroad. More join the Peace Corps. At the same time, more boys than girls are suspended from school. More are held back and more drop out. Boys are three times as likely to receive a diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. More boys than girls are involved in crime, alcohol, and drugs. Girls attempt suicide more often than boys, but it is boys who more often succeed. In 1997, a typical year, 4,483 young people aged five to twenty-four committed suicide: 701 females and 3,782 males.”

Hillary Clinton’s prediction that the “future is female” is a continuation of the social justice warrior agenda which has also become anti-man.

But shoving these identity politics down the throats of the American people is what led to the election of Donald Trump.

Based on Hillary Clinton’s remarks though, the left hasn’t given up on their social justice fueled identity politics.

Will it lead to their ultimate demise?