newest adventure in "Treason"
yes.....Hanoi, Jihadist Jane (poor little insecure rich
girl) Fonda is on the "protest road"
She "says" she will be joined by many
"veterans" on her trip, but as yet has declined
to give out any names of these men.
She's 67 years old, she's living well, and some of our Viet Nam
Veterans sleep in boxes on the street.
written a book, "My Life So Far" in which
she whines about her marriages, "poor insecure little
rich girl", ignored by her cold hearted Pappa,
Henry (a closet communist) Fonda and how she spent so
many years trying to please her "MEN" (plural
here please) - making workout videos while she was
secretly "splurging & purging".
And........recently she's made another movie aptly titled:
"Monster-in-law" released in May, 2005
Could it possibly be that she is using this war as a means of
Why am I ranting? It's been 30+ years
since she's put her name on North Viet Nam's most invited list,
pain she caused will never age for some of us. There is NO
Statute of Limitations for being charged with treason. She was a
disgrace then, and she's
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
law, treason is the crime
to one's nation.
A person who betrays the nation of their citizenship and/or reneges on an oath
of loyalty and in some way willfully cooperates with an enemy, is considered to
be a traitor. Oran's
Dictionary of the Law (1983)
defines treason as: "...[a]...citizen's
actions to help a foreign
government overthrow, make
war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation]." It is also
generally considered treason to attempt or conspire to overthrow the government.
sitting in an Anti-Aircraft gun
TO ME, SHE WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE
A TRAITOR!, see definition above.
she care how many names are on THE WALL because of her?
In a 60
Minutes interview on March 31, 2005, Jane Fonda says she has no
regrets about her trip to North Vietnam in 1972, with one exception:
her visit to a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun site. She says the
incident that brought her the nickname "Hanoi Jane," was a
"betrayal" of American forces and of the "country that
gave me privilege." Fonda was quoted as saying "The image of
Jane Fonda, `Barbarella,'
Fonda's daughter ... sitting on an enemy aircraft gun was a
betrayal ... the largest lapse of judgment that I can even
Why, if she is SO repentant
about what she did, is she not funding or giving the proceeds of her
book to Viet
Nam Veterans organizations? Where is her
there's her brother "Peter (Easy Rider) Fonda"- Excerpt
"Peter obtained a psychiatric deferment from the draft during the
war in Vietnam,....."
Read the full bio at Teamhouse
-- Don't miss the part about her and Donald Sutherland forming F**K
The Army - FTA!
Her Son: Troy
(Trei) Garity, actor; born in 1973; father
Hayden; named after a Vietnamese resistance leader
(Viet Cong) and given paternal grandmother's surname.
returned to Vietnam shortly after the war ended in 1975,
with her small son, to attend a special service being held
in her honor. Fonda was still a recognized idol and hero
to the Communist regime from her earlier years of sending
money, food and moral support to the North Vietnamese.
the ceremony, it turned out, was not just to recognize and
honor Fonda for her love of the Communists. Her newborn
son was formally christened and named for the Communist
hero Nguyen Van Troi. Troi was a Viet Cong sapper who was
executed by the South Vietnamese in 1963 for attempting to
assassinate U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara.
named her daughter Vanessa after Vanessa Redgrave,
self-proclaimed communist and member of the Workers
Revolutionary Party - she (Vanessa Redgrave) denounced
Zionism when receiving her academy award.
was quoted in the Detroit Free Press of November 22, 1970
as having told a student audience at Michigan State
"I would think that if you understood what communism
was you would hope, you would pray on your knees, that we
would someday become communists." (AIM, 79-20)
I could supply links here that would go on and on ad nauseam ...but,
here's a few that stand out for me.
Thanks to Doc for the use of the graphic