Jane Fonda: ‘There’d Be No Climate Crisis if It Wasn’t For Racism’

Kooky Hollywood actress and radical leftist activist Jane Fonda appeared on NBC’s “The Kelly Clarkson Show” last week and blamed climate change on racism.

I suppose she doesn’t realize that the earth’s climate has been going through changes for millions of years. Perhaps the dinosaurs were also racist. Eh? Brachiosaurus and Ankylosaurus probably exchanged slurs on the regular, causing an astroid to hit the earth and completely change the climate.

See how dumb that sounds?

Almost as dumb as Fonda claiming that “climate change” is a result of “racism” because “everything’s connected.”

“Well, you know, you can take anything -– sexism, racism, misogyny, homophobia, whatever, the war, and if you really get into it, and study it and learn about it and the history of it and — everything’s connected. There’d be no climate crisis if it wasn’t for racism,” she told host Kelly Clarkson.

When Clarkson asked Fonda to elaborate, she exclaimed: “Where would they put the shit ?”

“Where would they put the poison and the pollution?” Fonda continued. “They’re not gonna put it in Bel Air. They’ve got to find some place where poor people or indigenous people or people of color are living. Put it there. They can’t fight back. And that’s why a big part of the climate movement now has to do with climate justice.”


What’s even crazier is that this is not her first time likening climate to racism.

In December, Fonda appeared on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” and that the “climate crisis” is being caused by racist, misogynistic “mindsets.”

MSNBC host Ari Melber said, “I mention women’s rights because so much we know came out of some of what you were doing, where you start out at the Vietnam protest, and then it is all of the guys and all of the speakers are guys, and you start to say, wait, there is a lot more change even within the protest movement. You were part of that. What do you think about the progress made and the progress being unwound when you look at the court’s decision in Roe, which we know turned out a lot of voters in the midterms.”

Fonda replied, “Yeah, it did. We’ve experienced having the right to control our bodies. That is not going to go away. We’re not going to give that up. So while it is absolutely unconscionable what the Supreme Court did, I believe that we’re going to fight and win to get those rights back. But, you know, as I learn more about climate and as I dig deep as I have for the last four or five years, what you realize is if there were no racism, there would be no climate crisis. If there was no misogyny, there would be to the climate crisis. It is a part of a mindset. It is the mindset that looks at a woman and says, ‘nice tits,’ or she could work in the fields. It is the same mindset as the person who looks at the tree and said floors that could make good flooring. Everything is transactional, and hierarchy and certain things matter more than other things. So what has to happen is we not only have to stop new fossil fuel development, we have to change our mindsets.”

What a wack-a-doodle!



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