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So “Hanoi Jane” Fonda Wants To Open A Dialogue With Viet Nam Veterans?

I hear that Jane Fonda wants to open a dialogue with Viet Nam Veterans. In July of 1972 “Hanoi Jane” Fonda visited America’s enemy, North Viet Nam in their capitol city of Hanoi. She yucked it up with the locals and manned this anti-aircraft gun not far from the infamous Hoa Lò Prison, known colloquially to the American captives as the “Hanoi Hilton” where they were tortured and demeaned. Those brave men were forced to provide propaganda for the Communist regime but Ms Fonda offered it up with a smile.


That isn’t all of Jane Fonda’s transgressions. She also made other propaganda for the Communist North Viet Namese including this radio broadcast. To add insult to injury, she called our returning POWs liars that hasn’t been tortured.

Jane Fonda’s conscience is now getting the best of her in her old age and she wants to “open a dialogue with Viet Name Veterans.” I hope those men never forget her traitorous acts. I was just a little kid when these events transpired and really learned about their implications as I grew older, but I’ll never forget.


19 Responses to “So “Hanoi Jane” Fonda Wants To Open A Dialogue With Viet Nam Veterans?”

  1. Greg says:

    How much you want to bet she tries to get the Vets to admit they weren’t tortured, and that they were treated well? “To ease their burden.” This lady was mental then, I doubt she found sanity in her old age.

  2. balais says:

    She should get cancer first, and then maybe she will earn a audience.

  3. thebronze says:

    Fuck off, cunt.


  4. Jeremy says:

    I first learned who she was due to Hanoi Jane urinal targets at Fort Sill.

  5. Paul says:

    Too little, too late.

  6. joe says:

    I still don’t understand how for 40 years reprisal hasn’t occurred in response to her heinous actions.

  7. RangerRick says:

    Hanoi Jane can kiss my ass. I’ll never forgive or forget the vile, traitorous behavior this crazy loon is infamous for. The way in which she betrayed our troops in Vietnam is a grievance I shall never forgive. I know young people do stupid things but I have felt for a long time that she isn’t so much as sorry for her traitorous behavior as she is sorry about the repercussions of said behavior. I remember her apology in 1988. I couldn’t bring myself to forgive her then and nearly 30 years later I still cannot. The sight of her face to this very day makes my blood hotter than hell. The way our troops were treated during and upon returning home from Vietnam created the kind of deep wounds that many could not heal. Another meaningless apology from Hanoi Jane is little more than a slap in the face as far as I am concerned.

  8. Mark says:

    What makes it most worthless is that it really has cost her nothing. And that burden should be on her customers and fans.

    They are guilty by association, if not more guilty than she is, because they discount and wave off her treachery as if it was nothing.

  9. Dellis says:

    I believe Michael Moore is just one of the latest asshats to take up the Jane Fonda mantel of sayin vile crap then back tracking it.

    Jane Fonda just didn’t have the fast track of Facebook, Twitter and a host of other stupid social media crap to spew the hatred, freedom of speech…double edge sword.

    We have freedom of speech but must also be responsible for that speech.

  10. Bman says:

    Can she admit that the North Vietnamese were war criminals and she was flat out wrong and untruthful to say POWs were lying and that she also LIED by claiming civilian locations were intentionally targeted? We all know how the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong hid among the civilians and frequently used schools and such to house weapons and troops (Soviet and Chinese I might add). We also know the absolutely stupid measures taken to selectively pick politically sensitive targets by the Presidents at the time with LBJ being the worst. Can she admit that her stunt likely led to more Americans dying due to her comforting of the enemy and strengthening their resolve and morale? Can she admit that many South Vietnamese civilians were tortured and executed by the NVA and VC if they did not assist them and again were tortured and executed after Saigon fell? Can she admit that Vietnam to this day has an oppressive communist government that still doesn’t allow the freedom of speech that she enjoyed 40 years ago? As a man who has made many mistakes in my life and will make many more, I might actually listen to her apology if she will admit to all of the facts listed above.

  11. Mike Nomad says:

    I didn’t serve during Vietnam, so, my take may be a bit diluted…

    Jane was a misguided, spoiled, rich bitch when she talked all that uninformed / propaganda crap.

    Just as all of us priors (and those currently in uniform) have to deal with all that we have done, Jane should have to do what we do: We own it. We take our rights, and our wrongs, all the way to the grave.

  12. The Stig says:

    I think every Vietnam vet still alive should get to form a line and spit on her as they walk by. After the cleansing she’ll be forgiven.

    • Drew says:

      I’m sorry Stig, but I don’t think there is a way to forgive her for her actions. I’m all for spitting on her, but even that can’t make up for the pain she caused and her siding with a clear enemy of this nation. I do appreciate your forgiving effort. This very admirable, but I simply will never be able to think of her as human for the atrocity she caused.

  13. Roger Rabbit says:

    As an American of Vietnamese heritage I remember growing up and my father(who served with the South Vietnamese Army) saying that Jane Fonda was a traitor and loser. Those clowns she was pictured with and that gun she was on killed Americans and Vietnamese who fought for freedom.

    Let her acts be a lesson to all those idiots(Like Michael Moore) who don’t bother remembering the sacrifices of America’s soldiers while they freely criticize them. Both Jane and Michael can go take a flying leap!

  14. Ty says:

    Fuck Jane fonda

  15. CapnTroy says:


  16. Jon Meyer says:

    Never forget.

  17. Jay Dub says:

    If you guys have the interest… her conduct, viewed through the eyes of the guys confined to the Hanoi Hilton during that time, is well documented in the book by the same name, “Hanoi Hilton”. I wasn’t there but I am not sure how anyone could forgive her based on the account those guys give.