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Oct 19 2017

Jane Fonda No Longer Regrets Propaganda Junket to North Vietnam

Jane Fonda used to regret going to North Vietnam during the war to propagandize for the enemy:

This isn’t the first time Jane Fonda has apologized for the infamous 1972 photos that earned her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.” But it seems her apologies have fallen on deaf ears. Her latest mea culpa, in which she calls the photo “a huge, huge mistake,” comes in response to an incident in Maryland [in January, 2015] where 50 veterans, protesting her appearance at the Weinberg Center for the Arts, carried signs that read “Forgive? Maybe. Forget? Never.”

Vets and other patriots have good reason not to forget. In a recent BBC interview, Hanoi Jane mostly discarded her show of remorse:

“I don’t regret going to Vietnam,” she said. “The United States was bombing the dikes in North Vietnam — earthen dikes in the Red River Delta. If the dikes had given way, according to Henry Kissinger, somewhere around 2 million people could have died of famine and drowning. And we were bombing, and it wasn’t being talked about. And I thought, ‘I’m a celebrity. Maybe if I go, and I bring back evidence.’ And it did stop two months after I got back, so I’m proud that I went. It changed my life all for the good.”

Using this logic, Dresden and Hiroshima would have justified actresses of a different generation propagandizing on behalf of Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. But in those days the public would not have put up with it.

As for her frolicsome poses with antiaircraft guns used to kill her fellow Americans, she says she didn’t realize at first how it would look.

“I realized, ‘Oh my gosh. It’s going to look like I am against my own country’s soldiers and siding with the enemy, which is the last thing in the world that was true.”

The last thing in the world. Because she is so patriotic:

[BBC’S STEPHEN] SACKUR: Let me ask you a simple question, are you proud of are you proud of America today?

FONDA: No! But, I’m proud of the resistance.

She went on to bark enthusiastic support for the Black Lives Matter types in the NFL who refuse to stand for the national anthem, saying that she would not only take a knee but get down on all fours.

Treason is against the law. It’s a shame that in 1972 the law was no longer vigorously enforced.

On tips from J and Jester.



  • MAS

    Crocodile tears aren’t sincere…

  • Charlotte Wiggs

    I really wish that she would just GO AWAY. She has a very exaggerated sense of her own importance. GFY.

    Her own father wouldn’t even speak to her unless he had to do so. That should tell you volumes.

    #onceatraitoralwaysatraitor

  • HARVEY POON GRABBER STEIN
  • HARVEY POON GRABBER STEIN

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    FREEZE all her assets and let her go look for a minimum wage job in Seattle.
    .

  • Watchman59

    Hanoi Jane has never regretted what she did, and the only ones who believe her are so deeply involved in the “resistance” that it isn’t even funny.

  • itsatax

    “And I thought, ‘I’m a celebrity…'” Gonna have to stop you right there.

  • Spiny Norman

    And I thought, ‘I’m a celebrity…’

    Uh, Jane…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVGDRXxfUrI

  • SineWaveII

    “saying that she would not only take a knee but get down on all fours.”
    And I’m sure that you spent a lot of time in that position janey, even when the anthem wasn’t playing.

  • Mack

    Kinda regret going myself. But, hey, if Rush Limbaugh and President Trump had been there with the rest of us it would have been different, right?
    John Wayne made a profit from Viet-Nam, though, and now Ken Burns.
    But as disagreeable as Hanoi Jane is, there is this point: Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution. Congress should have had our backs.

  • Anonymous
  • Frank
  • Frank

    “Our” government should have voided her passport as soon as she went to Vietnam to prevent her from ever soiling the USA with her presence again. It probably would have if she hadn’t been Henry Fonda’s kid. I’m surprised b. hussein obama never gave her any medals.

  • Frank

    “Congress should have had our backs”? Don’t bend over in front of anyone from crapital hill, buddy!

  • Frank

    Anybody want to bet on the congressional probe into Energy 1 and Russian collusion with the clinton’s amounting to anything? Anybody…?

  • StephaneDumas

    Big offense to Jane Fonda and the Vietcong but now then KFC as well as McDonald’s have some stores in Vietnam. Looks like the Vietcong got a phyrric victory. Photo from https://aimeehourigan.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/fast-food-is-safe-food-in-vietnam/
    [img]https://i.imgur.com/svaPhDp.jpg[/img]

  • Richard Daniels

    There will be a huge “amount” of taxpayer money spent on the dog and pony show. Not much else.

  • KHarn

    =”…somewhere around 2 million people could have died …”=

    “2 million” seems to be a magic number with American communists. They clamed that “2 million” NV civilians were killed by the U.S. They clamed that “2 million” Iraqi civilians were also killed by the U.S.
    Ironically, it was actually OVER two million civilians who were killed by COMMUNISTS to force communist tyranny on south east Asia.

  • KHarn

    And don’t forget that the “guerilla army beat the U.S. Army” lie that was born in that stupid war. A few thing wrong with that:
    1: A guerilla army isn’t supposed to win a war; it’s supposed to keep the enemy busy until a well-equipped and trained force of REGULARS can be brought to bear.
    2: South Viet Nam was over-run by REGULAR forces using conventional tactics
    3: The South was lost when the U.S. military pulled out and CONGRESS cut off supplies.
    4: The NVA and VC were doing their damnedest to win. The U.S. military were half-assing it, constrained by Congress and the cold war policy of “containment”.
    5: Big operations had to have approval from Washington.
    For instance; the Air Force wanted to bomb a large NVA training camp. It took almost a YEAR to approve it. The Air force ended up bombing a vacant field. A raid on a POW camp was met with similar crap. When the raid went down, it too had been abandoned.
    6: Traitors like Fonda and Cronkite kept the enemy fighting for about five years after the NVA generals suggested negotiating peace. (Following the Tet Offensive disaster)

    Imagine how it would have gone if the objective would have been to DEFEAT the commies. A year after “Tet”, America would land men on the moon; that would tell the commies that our resources were limitless and that we could take time out from war to do something unbelievable. The war would probably end in ’70 and the “counter-culture” that fed off the war would have dissolved. Any war or intervention we got involved in afterward would have been to beat the enemy, not to “make friends” or “build nations” and the muslims would have been less likely to F**K with us.

  • grayjohn

    They used to say that Vienam Veterans were dangerous and prove to violence.
    The fact that this lousy traitorous skank is now in her 70’s refutes that claim once and for all.

  • Franklyfrank

    An oddly, the Left supports Communism, even now despite the amount of people who have been murdered under Communist rule.
    They still can’t accept facts.
    Jane Fonda is, and always will be, a traitor and a skank.

  • Obama’s boyfriend

    May she get what she deserves, soon.

  • Bully

    Did Hanoi Jane Fonda ever really regret?

  • Anonymous
  • littlefish

    Jane had daddy issues , married all older men who abused her . the perversions in Hollywood have been going on for a long time

  • littlefish

    you could have gone to Canada , bet your buddies wished you did .then i doubt you really did troll

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