There are very few people on this planet that can start to compare to MSSSSSSSS. Fonda when it comes to being anti-American for her action during the Vietnam war.
One thing she can be given a 100% mark for; she is absolutely senza volto (faceless).
Let her chew on this and try to deny it:
Traitor: “Hanoi Jane” Fonda
She was born Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda, but earned her reputation as “Hanoi Jane” Fonda after “aiding and abetting” the enemy — North Vietnam — as documented in these photos taken in Hanoi (July 1972):
Hanoi Jane on North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun: A few hundred yards from the location of this photograph, American POWs were being subjected to all manner of torture at the “Hanoi Hilton.” You can read about one of those POWs, Col. Roger Ingvalson, whose aircraft was shot down by an NVA-AAG similar to the gun Hanoi Jane is straddling.
Fonda called returning POWs “hypocrites and liars,” adding, “These were not men who had been tortured. These were not men who had been starved. These were not men who had been brainwashed. … Pilots were saying it was the policy of the Vietnamese and that it was systematic. I believe that’s a lie.” You can read about one of Fondas “hypocrites and liars” in this Veterans Day Profile: Point Man, Roger Helle
Read the transcript of Hanoi Jane’s propaganda radio broadcast delivered in Hanoi, North Vietnam on August 22, 1972.
As for the success of anti-democracy protests by radical protagonists like Fonda, John Kerry and others, Hanoi could not have been more pleased.
General Vo Nguyen Giap, supreme leader of the North Vietnamese Army, told CBS in a 1989 interview: “We paid a high price [during the Tet offensive] but so did you [Americans] … not only in lives and materiel. Do not forget the war was brought into the living rooms of the American people. … The most important result of the Tet offensive was it made you de-escalate the bombing, and it brought you to the negotiation table. It was, therefore, a victory…. The war was fought on many fronts. At that time the most important one was American public opinion. ”
More to the point, in a 1995 interview with The Wall Street Journal, Bui Tin, a communist contemporary of Giap and Ho Chi Minh, who was serving as an NVA colonel assigned to the general staff at the time Saigon fell, had this to say about the Leftmedia and Soviet puppets like “Hanoi” Jane Fonda and John Kerry: “[They were] essential to our strategy. Support of the war from our rear was completely secure while the American rear was vulnerable. Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio to follow the growth of the American antiwar movement. Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda, and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the face of battlefield reverses.”
Bui stated further, “Those people represented the conscience of America. The conscience of America was part of its war-making capability, and we were turning that power in our favor. America lost because of its democracy; through dissent and protest it lost the ability to mobilize a will to win.”
Most notably, Bui observed, that the 1968 Tet Offensive was “to weaken American resolve during a presidential-election year. We had the impression that American commanders had their hands tied by political factors. Your generals could never deploy a maximum force for greatest military effect.”
Sixteen years later, under enormous pressure after Ronald Reagan had restored the honorable social standing of military service, Fonda admitted to former American POWs and their families that she regretted the pain she caused them. Few accepted her apology.
In a 2005 interview with CBS, Fonda reiterated that she had no regrets about her trip to North Vietnam in 1972. “There are hundreds of American delegations that had met with the POWs. Both sides were using the POWs for propaganda… It’s not something that I will apologize for.”
This is the woman that is admired by so many.
If this JF was really as intelligent as she thinks she is; she would have fermed her la bouche, years ago and disappeared into anonymity.
She can cop as may pleas as she wants, but can’t ever erase her despicable actions against the USA when she was a North Vietnam sympathizer. I wonder just how many lives it cost our service people because of her actions?
To start with, she should have never been able to go to Vietnam. 2nd; her passport should have been taken away and let her rot over there.
If she was not a celebrity spoiled brat, daughter of Henry Fonda, they would have had her for breakfast instead of splashing her kisser all over the news. When she got back, she should have crawled under a rock and stayed there for the duration.
This just goes to show us the hypocrisy we have in this country. Ladies and gents; THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A PART TIME PATRIOT. Either you are or you are not.
The far-left would rather celebrate a person like JF, in spite of her anti-American activities and shoot down a man like PDT, a person that is trying his best to salvage this country. Most of the far-lefters have no idea of what the real world is like because they do not have to live in it.
Where this woman gets the goolunies to criticize PDT or anyone else is way beyond me.
We all know that Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and the rest of the countries we illegally invaded was wrong but I did not see anyone else, especially a celeb, with the exception of Dennis Rodman, fraternize with the enemy. Dennis is really harmless and believes the Dick-Tator kid loves him. Fonda was dangerous.
Denny better not fall asleep during a game.
Some people can put on all the finery they own, splash on all the expensive perfume, show off all of their bling, put on all the airs they want, BUT BUT BUT, you can not put a silk suit on a hog.
Here we have a quote from the political scholar:
All of the people who share that same anti-American sentiments as Hanoi Jane can leave the USA and go live in their concocted paradise but I never see any of them leaving. I wonder why?
Fonda is a disgrace and as well as all the people who have supported her through the years.
If she was truly remorseful for what she did, she would demonstrate it by saying nothing at all.
As far as WILLIE MARS goes; I will let you come to your own conclusions.
As the old saying goes; birds of a feather, living in glass houses, so they should not roll boulders or call the kettle black. Or something like that.