Hanoi Jane Fonda announced this week that she will build a shrine to herself.
Maybe she’ll include a Viet Cong tank and a Communist flag?
In 1972 “Hanoi” Jane Fonda applauded an NVA anti-aircraft gun crew during her trip to North Vietnam. These guns were used to shoot down American planes and contributed to the deaths of American Airmen.
Jane Fonda once said, “If you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees that we would some day become communist.”
Jane Fonda made the announcement this week after “backsliding a bit of late” in terms of her mood.
FOX News reported:
At 77, the actress is building a “shrine” to herself that she hopes will boost her recently faltering confidence.
“I’ve found myself backsliding a bit of late in terms of where my thoughts have tended to reside (not always with the generosity of vision I wish for) and my confidence has been iffy for the past four months,” the stunning star wrote in a blog post Sunday, her 77th birthday.
“So, while meditating today an idea came to me: I’m going to create a shrine to myself – or, at least, the self I wish to be, the self who began to manifest when I was a young girl before the s–t hit the fan,” she continued.
The “shrine” will be a small place filled with items that remind Fonda of “the qualities that represent my best self.” So far, she plans to include a school report from the fourth grade.
She’ll spend the new year collecting objects and symbols that “remind me that I’m brave.”