Jane Fonda, ‘Climate Scientist’

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In her first few years as a climate scientist…

“I have been a climate scientist for decades and decades,” Jane Fonda crowed as she was arrested last weekend in a “climate protest” (https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/oct/14/jane-fonda-ive-been-climate-scientist-decades-and-/?utm_source=Boomtrain&utm_medium=manual&utm_campaign=20180326&utm_term=newsalert&utm_content=newsalert&bt_ee=bCXOY8fbWWQpTfL4KmTajYzq69DCeFUq3xVaiGe3mfN3aY). By “scientist” she means “one who mindlessly parrots things that she thinks sound smart.”

Anyway, the silly old fart said she was inspired in her recent “activism” by the little scold from Sweden whom the world’s leaders insist on bowing down to: “this little Swedish girl,” prated Fonda, “holding her sign every Friday in front of the Swedish parliament… and all the student strikers all over the world who have really risked a lot and given up a lot in order to say, wake up, old people, how come you’re not standing with us?”

What have student strikers “risked”? What have they “given up”? And what does Jane Fonda herself plan to give up?

Uh… nothing? That’s right–nothing.

All of a sudden the in thing, for rich and famous leftids, is to subordinate themselves to children. You’d think they’d be embarrassed to have children speak for them; but shame itself is too ashamed to hang out with liberals.

8 comments on “Jane Fonda, ‘Climate Scientist’

  1. Civilization seems to be wanting to listen to the “wisdom” of children. It isn’t actually wisdom, it’s inexperience and foolish idealism. We’ve been trying to get back to Eden since Adam and Eve were kicked out, but it won’t happen until God Himself allows it.

    1. I think there’s something inherently perverse in invoking children as an authority–unless it’s just a totally dishonest act to be put on. In the Sixties it was a bit of both.

    2. I couldn’t agree more. Children evoke a strong emotional response from most adults. No one likes to think of a child in distress. We all want children to have a bright future. However, this does not mean that they should become our leaders or teachers. Experience is invaluable.

  2. Remember Sigmund Freud? He taught that human wisdom will takes us back to childhood. What is it with these adolescent intellects like Jane Fonda? Are there no adults in the room? It makes you want to break out in the song “Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Fade Away.”

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