Jane Fonda Blames ‘White Men’ And Racism For ‘Climate Change’

During a conversation at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, disgraced actress Jane Fonda claimed that racism and White men were responsible for climate change — and argued that the climate crisis would not exist without the so-called patriarchy.

Fonda — an actress-turned-activist infamous for her anti-Vietnam War protests that led to her being nicknamed “Hanoi Jane” — argued in her comments at the film festival that the men she blames for the “climate crisis” should be jailed.

“This is serious,” Fonda said. “We’ve got about seven, eight years to cut ourselves in half of what we use of fossil fuels, and unfortunately, the people that have the least responsibility for it are hit the hardest — Global South, people on islands, poor people of color. It is a tragedy that we have to absolutely stop. We have to arrest and jail those men — they’re all men [behind this].”

Responding to a question from the audience, Fonda continued her unhinged rant about climate change — using as many left-wing buzzwords as possible.

“It’s good for us all to realize, there would be no climate crisis if there was no racism,” she said. “There would be no climate crisis if there was no patriarchy. A mindset that sees things in a hierarchical way. White men are the things that matter and then everything else [is] at the bottom.”

Fonda then discussed activism, claiming that every time she takes a stand as a climate activist, she is “fighting patriarchy and racism.”

“It’s important because we have to get out of the silos—feminists over here, environmentalists over here. That’s what I learned when I started being an activist around the Vietnam War. The more you go down any issue, whatever it is, you realize that it’s all connected. And if we solve the climate crisis, and we haven’t solved those other things, we’re gonna be in trouble,” she claimed.

Fonda and her “Grace and Frankie” co-star Sam Waterston were previously detained for taking part in a demonstration outside of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., in October 2019. At the time, Fonda spoke with a reporter about how she took part in the protest as part of an effort to draw media attention to the issue.

“We’re trying to raise the visibility of this crisis,” Fonda said at the time.

Fonda was also detained during another climate protest in Washington, D.C., in 2019 alongside actor Ted Danson.

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee (R) blasted Fonda on Twitter on Memorial Day in response to her comments, calling her “crazy and hateful.”

This isn’t the first time that Fonda has made headlines this year for her unhinged comments, as the actress went viral in March for suggesting that “murder” was the proper response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

While discussing the subject of abortion during an appearance on the left-wing talk show “The View,” Fonda stated that “we have experienced for many decades now of having agency over our bodies, of being able to determine when and how many children to have. We know what that feels like. We know what that’s done for our lives. We’re not going back. I don’t care what the laws are. We’re not going back.”

“The View” co-host Joy Behar then asked Fonda for her opinion on ways that pro-abortion activists can fight back against abortion restrictions.

“Besides marching and protesting, what else do you suggest?” Behar asked.

“Well, I’ve thought of murder,” Fonda responded.

While the show’s co-hosts immediately tried to downplay Fonda’s statement by claiming that she was “joking,” many have pointed to the actress’s facial expressions and demeanor while making her comments as proof that she was being serious.