Jane Fonda Will Give Up Buying New Clothes in Odd Climate-Change Pledge

The actress and activist has announced she's been inspired by Swedish teen Greta Thunberg

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Is Jane Fonda all right?

The actress and activist appears to have gone off the deep end, in my opinion, ever since she said she’s been inspired by teen climate activist Greta Thunberg of Sweden.

Fonda vowed she would move to D.C. and protest every day for “climate change.”

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I think she’s been arrested four or five times already — a total waste of police resources, by the way.

But now, it’s as if Fonda is trying to “out-do” herself during each protest.

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Her latest stunt involves a new “pledge.”

Fonda is vowing to never buy another piece of clothing again — all in the name of “climate change.” (See the video below for more details on her pledge.)

I’m sure Prada and Dior are bummed.

Fonda made the announcement last Friday during a recent climate-change protest in D.C.

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But the best part about her new vow was that she had just purchased a new red “cloak” because she said she “needed one.”

However, she now promises it will be her last purchase ever.

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“You see this coat? I needed something red, and so I went out and found this coat on sale. This is the last article of clothing that I’m going to ever buy,” she said.

Fonda then credited climate doomsayer Greta Thunberg for making her “think a lot about consumerism.”

“I grew up when consumerism didn’t have such a stranglehold over us, so when I talk to people about how we don’t really need to keep shopping, we shouldn’t look to shopping for our identity, we just don’t need more stuff — then I have to walk the talk,” she said.

“So I’m not buying any more clothes. It gives me a lot of free time.”

That’s right, folks.

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Jane Fonda, who probably has a wardrobe bigger than mine, yours, and 177 other people combined, is now making the ultimate sacrifice.

She won’t buy another new piece of clothing.

In truth, this probably won’t be too hard for Fonda, since she’ll likely be “dressed” by her stylists with clothes given to her by designers to wear on the red carpet and such.

I’m just thankful that she’s keeping whatever clothes she currently has on her body (thank goodness!).

You can watch the video below:

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