Actress Jane Fonda just did something insane to protest “climate change”


Leftist hysteria around so-called “climate change” has reached a fever pitch.

Celebrities obsessed with the spotlight are virtue signaling every chance they get.

And actress Jane Fonda just did something ridiculous to protest climate change.

Despite being an accomplished actress and Hollywood royalty, Jane Fonda — daughter of legendary actor Henry Fonda and sister of actor Peter Fonda — has become more known for her outlandish political posturing than her acting.

Her most recent stunt involves climate change activism.

To show her solidarity with the radical environmentalists’ mascot Greta Thunberg, Fonda said she plans to protest every week, even if it means getting arrested, until “action” is taken.

BBC News reports:

The 81-year-old has vowed to protest every Friday until January to demand for action to be taken to address climate change.

“They handcuff you with plastic things, not the old good metal ones. They hurt more,” Fonda says of her most recent arrest.

But she says: “I don’t want to go to prison.

“I don’t think that Jane Fonda the martyr is exactly what the movement needs right now.”

The police are figuring out what to do. I was told if I keep getting arrested every week I may be put in the slammer. I may not get arrested every week because I have to start filming Grace and Frankie (her series for Netflix).”

Fonda’s statement shows how this is just a game for Hollywood elites.

She’s content to get arrested so long as it doesn’t interfere with the taping of her Netflix series.

The climate change activists aren’t looking for real solutions.

They simply want a socialist takeover of the economy, which has been the aim of many far-Left ideologues in the green movement.

Fonda is indicative of the perfect useful idiot recruited from Hollywood.

During the Vietnam War, she became infamous as “Hanoi Jane” for sitting on a Vietcong anti-aircraft gun and criticizing American soldiers.

Fonda called American prisoners of war “hypocrites and liars and pawns.”

She was also an early follower of communist cult leader Jim Jones before he fled the country to Guyana with his flock.

Fonda and other Hollywood celebrities are easy targets for propaganda.

Do celebrities like Fonda have any credibility when it comes to their political activism?

Leave a comment below.



    1. Veganism Is Direct Action!

    “A diet that can lead to heart attacks, cancer, and numerous other diseases cannot be a natural diet,” writes Keith Akers in A Vegetarian Sourcebook (1983). “A diet that pillages our resources of land, water, forests, and energy cannot be a natural diet. A diet that causes the unnecessary suffering and death of billions of animals each year cannot be a natural diet.”

    I understand there are conservative Christians who fear veganism… which is kind of like being afraid of nonsmoking, nondrinking, or recycling. Ronald J. Sider of Evangelicals for Social Action, in his 1977 book, Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger, pointed out that 220 million Americans were eating enough food (largely because of the high consumption of grain fed to livestock) to feed over one billion people in the poorer countries.

    A pamphlet put out by Compassion Over Killing says raising animals for food is one of the leading causes of both pollution and resource depletion today. According to a United Nations report, Livestock’s Long Shadow, raising chickens, turkeys, pigs, and other animals for food causes more greenhouse gas emissions than all the cars, trucks and other forms of transportation combined.

    Researchers from the University of Chicago similarly concluded that a vegetarian diet is the most energy efficient, and the average American does more to reduce global warming emissions by not eating animal products than by switching to a hybrid car.

    “Livestock are one of the most significant contributors to today’s most serious environmental problems. Urgent action is required to remedy the situation.”

    –Union Nations’ Food and Agriculture Association

    Nearly 75% of the grain grown and 50% of the water consumed in the U.S. are used by the meat industry. (Audubon Society)

    Over 260 million acres of U.S. forest have been cleared to grow grain for livestock. (Greenpeace)

    It takes nearly one gallon of fossil fuel and 2,500 gallons of water to produce just one pound of conventionally fed beef.
    (Mother Jones)

    Farmed animals produce an estimated 1.4 billion tons of fecal waste each year in the U.S. Much of this untreated waste pollutes the land and water.

    2. A World of Difference!

    Shifting to a plant-based diet literally makes a world of difference! It takes sixteen pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef.

    Ronald J. Sider of Evangelicals for Social Action, in his 1977 book, Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger, pointed out that 220 million Americans were eating enough food (largely because of the high consumption of grain-fed livestock) to feed over one billion people in the poorer countries.

    Oxfam estimates that in Mexico, 80 percent of the children in rural areas are undernourished, yet the livestock are fed more grain than the human population eats! The livestock are exported of course, to satisfy the developed nations’ craving for cheap hamburgers.

    In his book, The Hungry Planet, Georg Bergstrom points out that protein-starved underdeveloped nations export more protein to wealthy nations than they receive. He calls this “the protein swindle.”

    Ninety percent of the world’s fish meal catch, for example, is exported to rich countries. One-third of Africa’s peanut crop winds up in the stomachs of European livestock. Half the world’s cereal crop is fed to livestock and the United States annually imports one million tons of vegetable protein from Third World nations–just to feed its farm animals.

    Bergstrom writes: “Sometimes one wonders how many Americans and Western Europeans have grasped the fact that quite a few of their beef steaks, quarts of milk, dozens of eggs, and hundreds of broilers are the result, not of their agriculture, but of the approximately two million metric tons of protein, mostly of high quality, which astute Western businessmen channel away from the needy and hungry.”


    Vegan author John Robbins writes in his 1987 Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America:

    “Half the world’s population does not receive an adequate amount of food to eat. Ten to twenty million die annually of hunger and its effects. The Institute for Food and Development Policy reports that, ‘Forty thousand children starve to death on this planet every day,’ or one child every two seconds.

    “The livestock population of the United States today consumes enough grain and soybeans to feed over five times the entire human population of the country. We feed these animals over 80% of the corn we grow, and over 95% of the oats. Less than half the harvested agricultural acreage in the United States is used to grow food for people. Most of it is used to grow livestock feed.

    “The world’s cattle alone, not to mention pigs and chickens, consume a quantity of food equal to the caloric needs of 8.7 billion people. It takes sixteen pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef. According to Department of Agriculture statistics, one acre of land can grow 20,000 pounds of potatoes. That same acre of land, if used to grow cattlefeed, can produce less than 165 pounds of beef.”


    In the 2006 edition of The Higher Taste: A Guide to Gourmet Vegetarian Cooking and a Karma-Free Diet, we read:

    Food expert Frances Moore Lappe, author of the 1971 bestseller Diet for a Small Planet, once said in a television interview that we should look at a piece of steak as if it were a Cadillac. “What I mean,” she explained, “is that we in America are hooked on gas-guzzling automobiles because of the illusion of cheap petroleum. Likewise, we got hooked on a grain-fed, meat-centered diet because of the illusion of cheap grain.”

    The process of using grain to produce meat is incredibly wasteful: the USDA’s Economic Research Service shows that we receive only one pound of beef for each sixteen pounds of grain. In his book Proteins: Their Chemistry and Politics, Dr. Aaron Altschul notes that in terms of calorie units per acre, a diet of grains, vegetables, and beans will support twenty times as many people than a meat-centered diet.

    As it stands now, about half of the harvested acreage in America and in a number of European, African, and Asian countries is used to feed animals. If the earth’s arable land were used primarily for the production of vegetarian foods, the planet could easily support a human population of twenty billion or larger.

    Points and facts such as these have led food experts to point out that the world hunger problem is largely illusory. The Global Hunger Alliance writes: “Most hunger deaths are due to chronic malnutrition caused by inequitable distribution and inefficient use of existing food resources. At the same time, wasteful agricultural practices, such as the intensive livestock operations known as factory farming, are rapidly polluting and depleting the natural resources upon which all life depends. Trying to produce more foods by these methods would lead only to more water pollution, soil degradation, and, ultimately, more hunger.”

    A report submitted to the United Nations World Food Conference concurs: “The overconsumption of meat by the rich means hunger for the poor. This wasteful agriculture must be changed–by the suppression of feedlots where beef are fattened on grains, and even a massive reduction of beef cattle.”

    Pound for pound, many vegetarian foods are better sources of protein than meat. A 100-gram portion of lentils yields twenty-five grams of protein, while a hundred grams of soybeans yields thirty-four grams of protein.

    But although meat provides less protein, it costs more. A spot check of supermarkets in Florida in August 2005 showed sirloin steak costing $7.87 a pound, while staple ingredients for delicious vegetarian meals averaged less than $1.50 a pound.

    Becoming a vegetarian could potentially save an individual shopper at least several hundred dollars each year, thousands of dollars over the course of a lifetime. The savings to consumers as a whole would amount to billions of dollars annually. Considering all this, it’s hard to see how anyone could afford not to become a vegetarian.

    “If you could feel or see the suffering, you wouldn’t think twice. Give back life. Don’t eat meat.”

    —actress Kim Basinger


    Vegan author John Robbins similarly writes in his 1987 Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America:

    “The livestock population of the United States today consumes enough grain and soybeans to feed over five times the entire human population of the country. We feed these animals over 80% of the corn we grow, and over 95% of the oats… Less than half the harvested agricultural acreage in the United States is used to grow food for people. Most of it is used to grow livestock feed…

    “The developing nations are copying us. They associate meat-eating with the economic status of the developed nations, and strive to emulate it. The tiny minority who can afford meat in those countries eats it, even while many of their people go to bed hungry at night, and mothers watch their children starve…

    “To supply one person with a meat habit food for a year requires three-and-a-quarter acres. To supply one lacto-ovo-vegetarian requires only one-half of an acre. To supply one pure vegetarian (vegan) requires only one-sixth of an acre. In other words, a given acreage can feed twenty times as many people eating a pure vegetarian (vegan) diet-style as it could people eating the standard American diet-style…

    “In a world in which a child dies of starvation every two seconds, an agricultural system designed to feed our meat habit is a blasphemy. Yet it continues, because we continue to support it. Those who profit from this system do not need us to condone what they are doing. The only support they need from us is our money. As long as enough people continue to purchase their products they will have the resources to fight reforms, pump millions of dollars of ‘educational’ propaganda into our schools, and defend themselves against medical and ethical truths.

    “A rapidly growing number of Americans are withdrawing support from this insane system by refusing to consume meat. For them, this new direction in diet-style is a way of joining hands with others and saying we will not support a system which wastes such vast amounts of food while people in this world do not have enough to eat.”

    Raising animals for food, even raising animals for animal by-products like milk and eggs, means wasting valuable acreage, because the animals have to be fed plant food! If we eat lower on the food chain, fewer resources are required to feed everyone, which means less agricultural acreage, etc., which means fewer rodents and insects are killed when fields are ploughed for farming, etc.

    If you carry this argument to its logical conclusion, a vegan diet is the least violent, because it requires one-third less acreage than a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet, and twenty times less acreage than a meat-centered diet.


    Jeremy Rifkin, author of a dozen influential books and President of the Foundation on Economic Trends, writes in his 1992 bestseller Beyond Beef:

    “Cattle and other livestock are devouring much of the grain produced on the planet. It need be emphasized that this is a new phenomenon, unlike anything ever experienced before.

    “Contrary to popular belief, the poor are getting poorer each year… Increased poverty has meant increased malnutrition. On the African continent, nearly one in every four human beings is malnourished. In Latin America, nearly one out of every seven people goes to bed hungry each night. In Asia and the Pacific, 28 percent of the people border on starvation, experiencing the gnawing pain of a perpetual hunger.”

    “In the Near East, one in ten people is underfed. Chronic hunger now affects upwards of 1.3 billion people, according to the world Health Organization — a statistic all the more striking in a world where one third of all the grain produced is being fed to cattle and other livestock. Never before in human history has such a large percentage of our species — nearly 25 percent — been malnourished.

    “The transition of world agriculture from food grain to feed grains represents an… evil whose consequences may be far greater and longer lasting than any past examples of violence inflicted by men against their fellow human beings.”


    Vegan author John Robbins writes in his 1992 bestseller, May All Be Fed:

    “The Worldwatch Institute has released a remarkable report entitled Taking Stock: Animal Farming and the Environment, which lists nation after nation where food deprivation has followed the switch from a grain-based diet to a meat-based one.

    “Most of the nations importing grain from the United States were once self-sufficient in grain. The main reason they aren’t is the rise in meat production and consumption…

    “In country after country the pattern is repeated. Livestock industries are consuming feed to such an extent that now almost all Third World nations must import grain. Seventy-five percent of Third World imports of corn, barley, sorghum, and oats are fed to animals, not to people. In country after country, the demand for meat among the rich is squeezing out staple production for the poor…”

    “Many of us believe that hunger exists because there’s not enough food to go around,” writes vegan author John Robbins in his Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America. “But as Frances Moore Lappe and her anti-hunger organization Food First! have shown, the real cause of hunger is a scarcity of justice, not a scarcity of food.”


    In a 2011 article entitled “Ending Animal Agriculture: the Real Solution to the Food Crisis,” Mac McDaniel writes:

    “It will never cease to amaze me how people are so dedicated to the idea of eating animals. We’re looking at a global food crisis by 2050 and… we’re trying to George Lucas our way out of it with prototypes, science fiction, and undeveloped technology.

    “With any discussion of food shortages, the 800 lb. gorilla in the room is animal agriculture. (Nearly 75) percent of all agriculture land is used to raise livestock, and a third of land used for growing crops is used for growing feed for livestock. You simply can’t talk about increasing food supplies without talking about eliminating animal agriculture…

    “It doesn’t take a scientist to see the common sense that feeding plants to animals, and then eating the animals, is a horribly inefficient way to produce food…

    “That means between 75% and 90% of the gross weight of the food in the scenario is being completely wasted…

    “The only solution to the global food crisis is the end of animal agriculture. Freeing up that much farmland would not only increase food supplies by incalculable amounts — which would inevitably all but end hunger in the third world — it would benefit the health of everyone in the western world. And at the same time, it would finally end… the bloodiest and most violent era in human existence.”


    Barbara Parham writes in her 1979 paperback, What’s Wrong With Eating Meat?:

    “According to Buckminster Fuller, there are enough resources at present to feed, clothe, house and educate every human being on the planet at American middle class standards. The Institute for Food and Development Policy has shown that there is no country in the world in which the people cannot feed themselves from their own resources.

    “Moreover, there is no correlation between land density and hunger. China has twice as many people per cultivated acre as India, yet less of a hunger problem. Bangladesh has just one-half the people per cultivated acre that Taiwan has, yet Taiwan has no starvation, while Bangladesh has one of the highest rates in the world. The most densely populated countries in the world today are not India and Bangladesh, but Holland and Japan.”

    3. I agree, humans do more than consume food: we need not only food, but clothing, shelter, supporting technology, etc… But animal agriculture consumes fossil fuel energy, fresh water, land space, raw materials at an alarming rate, and contributes heavily to air and water pollution, deforestization, and global warming. (See below):

    Vegan author John Robbins provides these points and facts in his Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America (1987):

    Half the water consumed in the U.S. irrigates land growing feed and fodder for livestock. Huge amounts of water wash away their excrement. U.S. livestock produce twenty times as much excrement as the entire human population, creating sewage which is ten to several hundred times as concentrated as raw domestic sewage.

    Animal wastes cause thrice as much water pollution than does the U.S. human population; the meat industry causes thrice as much harmful organic water pollution than the rest of the nation’s industries combined.

    Meat producers, the number one industrial polluters in our nation, contribute to half the water pollution in the United States.

    Vegan author John Robbins writes:

    The water that goes into a 1,000 lb. steer could float a destroyer. It takes 25 gallons of water to produce a pound of wheat, but 2,500 gallons to produce a pound of meat. If these costs weren’t subsidized by the American taxpayers, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound!

    Subsidizing the California meat industry costs taxpayers $24 billion annually. Livestock producers are California’s biggest consumers of water.

    Every tax dollar the state doles out to livestock producers costs taxpayers over seven dollars in lost wages, higher living costs and reduced business income. Seventeen western states have enough water supplies to support economies and populations twice as large as the present.

    According to vegan author John Robbins:

    Overgrazing of cattle leads to topsoil erosion, turning once-arable land into desert. We lose four million acres of topsoil each year and 85 percent of this loss is directly caused by raising livestock.

    To replace the soil we’ve lost, we’re chopping down our forests. Since 1967, the rate of deforestation in the U.S. has been one acre every five seconds. For each acre cleared in urbanization, seven are cleared for grazing or growing livestock feed.

    One-third of all raw materials in the U.S. are consumed by the livestock industry and it takes thrice as much fossil fuel energy to produce meat than it does to produce plant foods.

    A report on the energy crisis in Scientific American warned: “The trends in meat consumption and energy consumption are on a collision course.”


    Mother and daughter, Jennifer Horsman and Jaime Flowers, write in their 2007 book, Please Don’t Eat the Animals:

    Meat production causes deforestation, which then contributes to global warming. Trees convert carbon dioxide into oxygen, and the destruction of forests around the globe to make room for grazing cattle furthers the greenhouse effect.

    The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations reports that the annual rate of tropical deforestation has increased from nine million hectares in 1980 to 16.8 million hectares in 1990, and unfortunately, this destruction has accelerated since then. By 1994, a staggering 200 million hectares of rainforest had been destroyed in South America just for cattle.

    “The impact of countless hooves and mouths over the years has done more to alter the type of vegetation and land forms of the West than all the water projects, strip mines, power plants, freeways, and sub-division developments combined.”

    –Philip Fradkin, in Audubon, National Audubon Society, New York

    Agricultural meat production generates air pollution. As manure decomposes, it releases over four hundred volatile organic compounds, many of which are extremely harmful to human health. Nitrogen, a major by-product of animal wastes, changes to ammonia as it escapes into the air, and this is a major source of acid rain. Worldwide, livestock produce over thirty million tons of ammonia. Hydrogen sulfide, another chemical released from animal waste, can cause irreversible neurological damage, even at low levels.

    Livestock production affects a startling 70 to 85 percent of the land area of the United States, United Kingdom, and the European Union. That includes the public and private rangeland used for grazing, as well as the land used to produce the crops that feed the animals.

    By comparison, urbanization only affects three percent of the United States land area, slightly larger for the European Union and the United Kingdom. Meat production consumes the world’s land resources.

    Half of all fresh water worldwide is used for thirsty livestock. Producing eight ounces of beef requires an unimaginable 25,000 liters of water, or the water necessary for one pound of steak equals the water consumption of the average household for a year.

    The Worldwatch Institute estimates one pound of steak from a steer raised in a feedlot costs: five pounds of grain, a whopping 2,500 gallons of water, the energy equivalent of a gallon of gasoline, and about 34 pounds of topsoil.

    Thirty-three percent of our nation’s raw materials and fossil fuels go into livestock destined for slaughter. In a vegan economy, only two percent of our resources will go to the production of food.

    “It seems disingenuous for the intellectual elite of the first world to dwell on the subject of too many babies being born in the second- and third-world nations while virtually ignoring the overpopulation of cattle and the realities of a food chain that robs the poor of sustenance to feed the rich a steady diet of grain-fed meat.”

    –Jeremy Rifkin, pro-life AND pro-animal author, Beyond Beef: The Rise and Fall of the Cattle Culture, and president of the Greenhouse Crisis Foundation

    4. Earth Day Requests

    From PETA Asia:

    “Would you ever open your refrigerator, pull out sixteen plates of pasta, toss fifteen in the trash, and then eat just one plate of food? How about level five square meters of rain forest for a single meal? That sounds ludicrous, right? But if you’re eating chickens, fish, pigs, cows, eggs, or dairy products, that’s what you’re doing: wasting resources and destroying our environment.

    “According to the United Nations, raising animals for food (including land used for grazing and land used to grow feed crops) now uses a staggering 30 percent of the Earth’s land mass. A vegan diet requires 1,100 liters of water per day to produce, while a meat-based diet requires more than 15,000 liters per day. That means that it takes the equivalent of 50 bathtubs of water to produce just one steak.

    “And we haven’t even gotten into the staggering 51 percent or more of global greenhouse-gas emissions that are caused by animal agriculture, according to a report published by the Worldwatch Institute!

    “But we do have some good news: Science shows that going vegan is one of the most effective ways to fight climate change as well as one of the most powerful steps that you can take to make your life greener and healthier. It alleviates pressure on the world’s precious resources, helps tackle climate change and world hunger, and radically decreases your own risk of developing life-threatening diseases. And don’t forget that it saves the lives of animals, too!

    “So in honor of Earth Day, please take the vegan pledge to save the Earth.”


    Oakland Veg, promoting a plant-based diet in Oakland, CA, sent out the following email on Earth Day:

    “There are lots of ways to help the environment, but the easiest (and most delicious) is to choose Chipotle’s sofritas instead of pork carnitas, a veggie burger instead of a cow burger, or rich coconut milk for your coffee instead of cow’s milk. Here’s how you’ll be helping with by choosing chips and guacamole instead of chicken wings:

    “Animal agriculture is responsible for fifteen percent of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions and is recognized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as one of the ‘top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global.’

    “Pasture expansion for farm animals is a key driver of deforestation, especially in Latin America. Worldwide, more land is used to raise and feed farm animals than for any other purpose. More than 97 percent of soymeal and 60 percent of the barley and corn produced globally are fed to farm animals.

    “According to the Sierra Club, if Americans reduced meat consumption by just 20 percent, it’d have the same environmental benefit as everyone switching from a standard sedan to a hybrid vehicle.

    “So enjoy your Earth Day dinner tonight, and…THANK YOU. Thanks for caring and thanks for doing something positive!”

    5. Nor can fish provide any help in alleviating global hunger.

    There are signs that the fishing industry (which is quite energy-intensive) has already overfished the oceans in several areas. And fish could never play a major role in the worlds diet anyway: the entire global fish catch of the world, if divided among all the world’s inhabitants would amount to only a few ounces of fish per person per week.

    The pacific sardine lives along the coasts of North America from Alaska to southern California. Sardines, once a major part of the California fishing industry, are now considered to be “commercially extinct.” Another species classified as “commercially extinct” is the New England haddock. Ecologists have also been concerned about the significant reduction in finfish, the Atlantic bluefin tuna, Lake Erie cisco, and blackfins that inhabit Lakes Huron and Michigan.

    Over 200,000 porpoises are killed every year by fishermen seeking tuna in the Pacific. Sea turtles are similarly killed in Caribbean shrimp operations.

    Factory farm pollution is the primary source of damage to coastal waters in North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Scientists report that over sixty percent of the coastal waters in the United States are moderately to severely degraded from factory farm nutrient pollution. This pollution creates oxygen-depleted dead zones, which are huge areas of ocean devoid of aquatic life.

    The World Conservation Union lists over 1,000 different fish species that are threatened or endangered. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimate, over 60 percent of the world’s fish species are either fully exploited or depleted. Commercial fish populations of cod, hake, haddock, and flounder have fallen by as much as 95 percent in the north Atlantic.

    According to a national Vegetarian Resource Group Poll conducted by Harris Interactive, nearly 15 percent of Americans say they never eat fish or seafood.

    6. It makes sense to eat lower on the food chain!

    The threat of “overpopulation” is frequently used to justify abortion as birth control. On a vegan diet, however, the world could easily support a human population several times its present size. The world’s cattle alone consume enough to feed over 8.7 billion humans.

    Some find it easier to be vegan on certain days of the week as a way to transition to being completely vegan. Sir Paul McCartney has endorsed a “Meatless Mondays” campaign. In 2011, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors signed a VegDay Resolution encouraging a plant-based diet on Mondays. They point out that if everyone in San Francisco went veg one day per week, it would save 37,000,000 lbs. of greenhouse gas emissions. That is the equivalent of taking 123,822 cars off the streets of San Francisco!

    According to the Sierra Club, if Americans reduced meat consumption by just twenty percent, it would have the same environmental benefit as everyone switching from a standard sedan to a hybrid vehicle.

    Les Brown of the Overseas Development Council similarly calculates that if Americans reduced their meat consumption by only ten percent per year, it would free at least twelve million tons of grain for human consumption — or *enough* to feed sixty million people.

    Even if you argue that shifting to a plant-based diet, a vegan diet, isn’t enough to stave off overpopulation, in light of the data showing the depletion of energy, food, fresh water, land space, raw materials and resources as well as the heavy contribution to air and water pollution, deforestization, and global warming caused by a meat-centered diet, how do you — worried about “overpopulation” consuming the world’s resources — justify consuming animal products?!

    • Scientists say there is no evidence of climate change. We need to take care of the environment, however, proclaiming climate change isn’t the answer. Now you know why Bill Clinton wasn’t impeached because Al Gore would have became the president…. case closed.

  2. As I was switching channels on my TV , I heard TMZ on Fox commenting on Jane Fonda’s ” courage” for standing up for her belief in climate change. But then they made a further comment about she exhibited the same courage( I am paraphrasing now ) in Nam!! I was so angry, you can’t even a imagine ! To me, she was a traitor and how she disrespected our troops by her sickening comments was disgusting!! Yes, I believe in freedom of speech, but this fool really pushed it to the limit with her horrid remarks. She is nothing but a blow heart , like so many other air head actors. That will say anything to stay in the public eye and appear relevant. God forgive me for saying this, but steveo( a fellow poster) was correct in his statement that she should have followed Jim Jones to Guyana ! She truly is a poor excuse of a human being…..

    • We may be growing old, there may be fewer or us, but as long as Vietnam vets exist we will still despise this treasonous bi*ch!

    • I was told by a vet that prisoners of the Vietnam war who were there during her visit to Vietnam, they opine that during her visit to the prison camps in Vietnam, prisoners were lined up and dressed up to greet her so that she could report back to America that the prisoners were treated well. When she shook the prisoners hands they all handed her little notes about the truth of their horrendous treatment and all the goings on in the prison camps. Vietcong didn’t respect the rules of the Geneva convention. At the end of their shaking her hand she handed the notes the prisoners gave her to the head of the prison camp. After her departure those prisoners were beaten to within an inch of their lives. She never apologized for it.
      And prisoners were scant with info they gave to the Vietcong when caught. They didn’t tell what company in the military they were with. Jane gave the Vietcong a list of names of men whi were missing and it mentioned thier military status. On that list men who were listed in special forces were immediately killed after her departure. She still doesn’t understand the depth of her betrayal.

  3. I think that Jane Fonda should be arrested and locked in a cell with some real Vietnam Veterans and while she is locked in there the police could be distracted for 10 minutes or so and deal with the consequences of her actions everybody might be getting older but I still don’t think that Jane is anything but a big mouth.

  4. Piss on Honoi Jane she has no right to be alive she should have been shot for treasion during the veatmam war. You know what you can buy urinalysis stickers with her picture on it

  5. She’s showing that she hasn’t the courage of her convictions. She wants climate change so badly but she won’t sacrifice for it. Shows you how sincere she is. She probably believes her frequent arrests will add viewership for whatever Netflix series she’s in. Doing this for the publicity. She’s wrong. Once again. She should have stayed in Hanoi!

    And who the hell is that guy, Vasu? Have a steak, Vasu! It’s good for you!

  6. To really see the “effects of climate change”, Jane and her minions need to take a trip to The Grand Canyon. It was “caused” by climate change, BILLIONS of years ago, when there was no man, no carbon emissions, no cow farts, no gas-guzzling SUV’s, etc. Protest all you want, Jane et al. Ya ain’t gonna change NUTHIN’. . . . .

  7. Bodies warm to the touch came together in the temple. She become moist and receptive. Bodily fluids were exchanged at the alter with little bleeding so that half-breeds were cast upon us. Brown mixed with white. Peace be upon them in the holy name of Allah our lord and savior for ever Amen!

    • TheRedMan; Why don’t you grow up and stop sharing your sick sexual fantasies with the rest of us, you pervert. You know your are not black or Native American. So stop humiliating yourself with this charade you put on. And what a jerk*** you are with your praise Allah BS. I had family lost during 911 and your sick joke isn’t funny.

    • You are a white male pretending to be various races on various sites to cause discourse among the races. You pretend to be black on another site. I find your efforts to be laughable. When you write your pretend AA response you sound like an AA in a bad 70’s movie. Then you pretend to be Native American and now Muslim.
      Are you so miserable and unhappy in your sorrowful life that you are willing to pretend to be something you are not to promote hate among others? I’m sorry that your life is so bad that you are willing to discourage and incite unnecessary problems with others. I feel sorry for you. One day you are going to have to stand before God and explain your heinous actions and be accountable for them.
      Wouldn’t you be happier if you promoted peace? I’ll pray for you. Give someone a compliment and you will find how much better it makes you feel. There’s nothing and no one greater than Jesus.

  8. Hanoi Jane , go protest your friends in Communist China, the planets biggest polluters, and see ho much jail time you ill get. You ill neve3r breathe fresh air again, not even your last breath

  9. Oh shut the hell up vasu. You sad pos. Nobody is reading your crap. You’re creepy. As for old crone Jane, she is out there. She will not make a difference because she won’t be around much longer. So shut up and go knit something.

  10. Most of Hollywood has no credibility and no intelligence. Empirical historical data shows that the earth has it’s climate cycles. There are many things that influence it. For instance our orbit is not consistent, Some times we’re in closer to the sun and other times further away. Volcanic eruptions.
    I agree we need to take care of our environment. Our influence on climate is minimal compared to mother nature.

  11. I wonder how she’s getting back and forth from her home to the protests? So every week she will be flying or her chauffeur driven limo will be taking her on an unnecessary trip to the protest. All the emissions being released for nothing. But I’m supposed to sacrifice! Jane blow it out your a$$. Oh that’s right you want to regulate that too! I forgot and how about all the wasted trips to the set to shoot your dumbass Netflix show. Your a POS always was, always will be. Living off of daddy’s name.

  12. Who cares what Hanoi Jane has to say? She just wants some attention for her new show. She just needs to take a walk off a short bridge and shut her mouth.

  13. Hanoi Jame may finally get some jail/prison time. We can hope. Of course, we hope her dedication to “the cause” won’t get in the way of her pretend carreer.

  14. I do believe they have something to say.We went into Vietnam for the wrong reasons besides the fact that a country should not invade another country unless it is killing its own people.I believe that the target of criticism was off.Hanoi Jane should have protested the Elites,the Officials that got all our brothers killed in Vietnam,Not the soldiers that were doing what they had been trained to do.As a Veteran,you have to be there to understand.I was a licky one having my lottery number under 200.I had to enlist or be drafted.Yet being a medic my orders for Vietnam were Red-lined twice.At the time I was angry about that.How stupid I was as a young man!!!!!!

    • We were trying to save Vietnamese from Ho Chi Minh and his band of communist thugs.
      Ho Chi Minh was killing his own people.

      • Ho Chi Minh and his “thugs” were the only people in Vietnam to primarily stand up to Konoe’s and Tojo’s invading rapist forces, part of the Axis Powers. France offered no support. The United States offered no support. The Republic of China offered no support. Ho Chi Minh was leading a violent independence movement against the problematic French republic, not too dissimilar to that of George Washington’s against the not only neglectful but also abusive British crown. In these kinds of revolutions, men kill their own countrymen. Get over it! The only viable criticism of Ho Chi Minh that anybody really has is the fact that he endorsed the Communists who in turn supported him heavily. What did he even like about Communism? The world may never know. Maybe he just wanted military help and found it among the Communists, just like Benjamin Franklin of the thirteen United States sought out the military help of the King of France.

  15. I read the headline: “Fonda just did something insane ….” to show how committed she was to Climate Chains.

    Dang! I thought she might have stripped naked and rolled through broken glass and feces dipped punji stakes to show her undying commitment. Guess I was wrong. Well I can dream, can’t I?

    I guess the gunner’s seat on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft artillery piece is much more comfy than broken glass. Jane Fonda is a committed Communist. I really wish she would just step up, tell the truth for once, and ADMIT IT.

  16. I have no love for Fonda, although I was a great fan of her father’s (Indeed, even he wouldn’t talk to her for many years), as I was in ‘nam, when she came around spitting out her American hate filled bile, and I have even less now.

    Please don’t misunderstand me. I’m not saying that she should be disposed of. However, if offered the job of commanding the squad, I would not turn it down!

  17. “Useful idiot” is being kind to Jane. She also betrayed those soldiers in Viet Nam, which was not mentioned above. I think I need to stop reading this kind of article. Words are failing me at the disgusting, obscene, moronic, pathetic (etc, etc, etc) things these people will do to try to stay relevant.

    • Just think how many American soldiers gave their life for freedom so people like Jane Fonda can spew their hate of America. Yet, these same people who spew hate toward America never seem to leave… Hmmmmmm… if America is so bad and you don’t like it why aren’t they leaving?????????????????

  18. Hey Vaseline animals have been with us since the beginning! Strange how all of a sudden in last 30 years animals are a danger to the climate!! Climate change is natural not because of man ok Vaseline!!??

  19. QUESTION: What is a Jane fungus ?
    A fungus (plural: fungi) is a kind of living organism: yeasts, moulds and mushrooms are types of fungi. The fungi are a separate kingdom of living things, different from animals and plants. Fungi have cells with nuclei. Their cell walls contain chitin, unlike the cell walls of plants, which contain cellulose.

    Just saying …..

  20. According to God’s Word (Genesis, after the flood) it says to “eat all the meat thou lusteth for” (Old King James, simply because the earth was drastically changed after the flood, which causes mankind to age QUITE A BIT faster. In other words, God doesn’t mind that you “kill the fatted calf” as it says in God’s word, and have a good STEAK (Make mine MEDIUM, please!). Just don’t overdo it (Cholesterol concerns, health, etc.). and, don’t forget to THROW IN a little FASTING once in a while to get a little bit closer to God himself – he loves his “kids”! (my waist line says I’m due for another fast . . .) Team Trump and his allies 2020 – KAGA (Keep America Great Again).

  21. Is it true that when whore jane was in vam that a pow gave her a note letting people know he was there and she gave to commie who in placed him there? And that they beat him and others and one of them died?

  22. Hanoi Jane should have been executed for her treason during the Vietnam war, except that our soldiers were dying for a police action, because the politicians of that era didn’t have the guys to declare a war. Political correctness in full display. I read just a few days ago I read that now scientist are predicting another ” age Ice”, which is more believable than global warming. A scientist who studies the sun and effects of the sun on earth predicted several years ago there would be a cooling period due to the decline in solar flares. He said that one degree cooling would be much more dangerous world populations than warming. Cooling will cause crop failures and famine. The last cooling period was in the twelfth century when hundreds of thousands of deaths were caused by a famine that caused people to migrate to to cities in attempt to survive and created a density of population that was a breeding ground for the black plague carried by the rats that followed them, and transmitted by fleas that invested them and then the closely packed people. With the increase in population a famine would cause a world war to end all wars.

    • “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”

  23. This guy, Vasu Murti, needs to get a job, and NOT as a writer; its boring! As for Jane Fonda, we citizens of the Viet Nam War generation, clearly remember this TRAITOR, selling out on our Prisoners of War. Some gave her phone numbers of relatives to call when she shook their hands, and this witch, turn them all over to the Viet Cong………………..don’t know how many may have been tortured or killed as a DIRECT result of her actions. Now she’s starting with OUR AMERICAN PRESIDENT. She should rot in hell!

  24. Hanoi Jane is a traitor and should be hanged for high treason! Anything that comes out of her mouth is trash. She was wrong in Vietnam and she is wrong again about this climate change “stuff” also.

  25. Hanoi Jane you are 80 years old and you obviously don’t have anything else to do! Why do you care what happens other than you are just BORED! Go F yourself we really don’t care what you so called Has Been Celebrities think you know!? You are irrelevant!!!! You embarrassed the whole Country by your actions in Vietnam years ago! And guess what!?!? Nobody forgot what a disgrace you are! So just go home and wither away! Nobody will support a Freakin Traitor like you!


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