Skip to comments.The Truth About My Trip To Hanoi (Jane Fonda lies about her treason)
Posted on 07/23/2011 11:17:51 AM PDT by pabianice
I grew up during World War II. My childhood was influenced by the roles my father played in his movies. Whether Abraham Lincoln or Tom Joad in the Grapes of Wrath, his characters communicated certain values which I try to carry with me to this day. I remember saying goodbye to my father the night he left to join the Navy. He didnt have to. He was older than other servicemen and had a family to support but he wanted to be a part of the fight against fascism, not just make movies about it. I admired this about him. I grew up with a deep belief that wherever our troops fought, they were on the side of the angels.
For the first 8 years of the Vietnam War I lived in France. I was married to the French film director, Roger Vadim and had my first child. The French had been defeated in their own war against Vietnam a decade before our country went to war there, so when I heard, over and over, French people criticizing our country for our Vietnam War I hated it. I viewed it as sour grapes. I refused to believe we could be doing anything wrong there.
It wasnt until I began to meet American servicemen who had been in Vietnam and had come to Paris as resisters that I realized I needed to learn more. I took every chance I could to meet with U.S. soldiers. I talked with them and read the books they gave me about the war. I decided I needed to return to my country and join with themactive duty soldiers and Vietnam Veterans in particularto try and end the war.
Barbarella lives in her own world, I think.
Nice try, traitor. On Fonda’s obituary, her consorting with the enemy during war time will be the leitmotif. She’s fooling no one, not even herself, with her revisionist history.
“The Truth About My Trip To Hanoi”
The truth is—you voluntarily went to an enemy country and aided and abetted the enemy. While our guys were dying in the field, you were screwing every commie that knocked on your Hanoi door. Now there’s your truth, witch. So piss off!
Like the other radical communists at the time, she wanted to end the war because she supported the communist side. Simple as that. Until she owns up to that fact, her explanations and excuses are worthless.
One trait outweighs all other aspects of this wretches life-TREASON!
What a load of BS! Henry Fonda was a script reader. Had he been cast as Karl Marx, Stalin, Hitler, or Judas he would have read the lines just as well.
Jane is a POS that as a minimum, should have been denied reentry after her visit to a hostile nation in which she gave aid and comfort. I think she should still be tried for treason.
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This is just a piece. Go to the source. It gets better.
You know what, Hanoi Jane? If you hadn’t gone on that trip, you wouldn’t find it necessary to explain yourself 40 years later. Protesting a war in your country is free speech. Protesting a war in your enemy’s country is treason.
Not just a communist, a terrorist. F*** the Army talks & scripts (thanks, Donald Sutherland) recommended officer-fragging.
I just don’t understand liars. You cannot turn back the hands of time and rewrite history.
We ALL know the truth. FU traitorous biatch!
I read her story on her web page and she almost had me until she started typing. Hanoi Jane and John Freaking Kerry gave the North the hope we would let up when it was clear that Nixons bombing campaign had them close to defeat. Not my words but the comments of a North Vietnamese General.
Her visit to the POW camp was memorable. This is baggage she can never shred .
The degrees of treason here differ. She was an ACK-TORE with one year of college. Kerry was an officer in the U. S. Navy with 4 years of Yale behind him who lied to Congress (and became a pretty-much permanent U. S. Senator). The penalty, however, is the same.
What is less frequently traced to La Fonda is the Vietnam Wall, a clear victory for the antimilitary forces in the U. S. at the time.
Use of Soviet Communist terminology in reference to German National Socialism is a dead giveaway.
She made propaganda broadcasts at least eight times on Radio Hanoi calling for our surrender, she brought home enemy talking points, and it is probable that she even brought enemy agents here, posing as "Vietnamese students".
Our government didn't have the spine to arrest her or the hundreds of other traitors that helped the North Vietnamese against us.
No amount of spinning (or fawning, empty-headed synchophants) will change the fact of her guilt.
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