Jane Fonda’s F-You to America

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According to Wikipedia, in law, treason is the crime that covers some of the more serious acts of betrayal of one’s nation. 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].” Treason is the only crime that is specifically defined in the United States Constitution. Article III, Section 3 specifies that “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”

Fonda visited Hanoi in July 1972. In North Vietnam, she was photographed seated on an anti-aircraft battery– the kind that was used by the VietCong to shoot down U.S. military aircraft.

During her trip, Fonda made ten radio broadcasts in which she denounced American political and military leaders as “war criminals”. When POWs returning to the United States recounted their having been tortured, Fonda called them “hypocrites and liars” because “These were not men who had been tortured. These were not men who had been starved.” In 1973, Fonda told The New York Times that although “I’m quite sure that there were incidents of torture … but the pilots who were saying it was the policy of the Vietnamese and that it was systematic, I believe that’s a lie.” Then she stated that the POWs were “military careerists and professional killers” who are “trying to make themselves look self-righteous, but they are war criminals according to the law”. [Source: Wikipedia]

In her 2005 autobiography, Fonda writes that she was “manipulated” into sitting on the battery. In an entry at her official website, Fonda further explained: “It happened on my last day in Hanoi. I was exhausted and an emotional wreck after the 2-week visit.”


Before, during, and after her Hanoi trip, Jane Fonda was in contact with
a North Vietnamese intelligence officer. That is not the behavior of
someone who was “manipulated.” (See “Jane Fonda & her North Vietnamese Intelligence Officer,” Aug. 21, 2011.)

Despite occasional “apologies” for her 1972 treason, Jane Fonda is utterly unrepentant.

How do I know?

Because she actually chose to wear a “Hanoi Jane” T-shirt in a promotional video for her latest movie, The Butler, in which she plays Nancy Reagan. To see the promotional video, go here.

Here’s a screenshot I took from the video:

Hanoi Jane

That’s her “F*CK YOU” message to the U.S. soldiers who fought and died in the Vietnam War.

That’s her “F*CK YOU” message to all Americans.

Hanoi Jane, for what you did, you should have been tried for TREASON — if President Nixon and the Congress of 1972 had any balls.

I didn’t see The Butler in the movie theater, and I most certainly will not watch it even if a TV network broadcasts it for free.


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0 responses to “Jane Fonda’s F-You to America

  1. Reblogged this on Dead Republican Party (DeRP) and commented:
    I’ve always thought she was a treasonous bitch. I should have had the CIA whack her when I had the chance …

    • And to think she thinks she is fit to walk in Nancy Regan’s shoes. I think her self importance is highly overrated.

      • Typical of the self-entitled left’s mantality. They are all just Neo-Feudalists. As such they imagine themselves as royalty, far above the dirty serfs and not responsible to them.

  2. Great post. I remember it like it was yesterday and Kerry’s miserable role also with his testifying, despicable.
    We too, will not spend a dime for this movie or any movie where the stars think so little of Republicans, including Tom Hanks and his horrible diatribe last year on how stupid we are. Same for the music industry.

    • Thank you, Glenn, for your reminder about Tom Hanks, esp. in view of his new movie. Hanks is particularly deceptive because of his harmless pleasant demeanor.

      • Have a friend who is a flight attendant. She had the “pleasure” of attending to Mr. Hanks and wife. She said he is absolutely NOT the Mr. Nice Guy he and his agent portrays him to be. In other words, they treated her like crap. She said the real Mr. Nice Guy is Michael J. Fox.

        BTW–Martha Stewart left behind a huge mess for the crew to clean up. 🙂

        • What an eye-opener about Hanks. Doesn’t surprise me about Martha Stewart. Disgusting people.

          Someone once said that the mark of character is how you treat people whom you don’t have to treat well, that is, your status inferiors.

        • Image is everything for liberals… step on everyone else.

      • I never watch Tom Hanks anymore, because of his role in the DaVinci Code and Angels and Demons. He is in my black book.

  3. Is that scuzzy old broad STILL running her mouth???? You’d think she would have developed some sense after all these years…

  4. Every time I think of Jane Fonda I think Of the Hanoi Photo of her behind the gun turret …So Here’s to Ya…Jane Fonda= American Traitor B!tch.

  5. This BITCH should have been shot as soon as she got off the plane coming back from her traitorous trip from Hanoi! People just let TRAITORS off, so there can be more Traitors not afraid to hurt our country! You CAN’T play with people like her, Bama, Feinstein, Pelosi, Reid, Boxer, Waters, McCain, Schumer and we ALL know the rest that need to be gone!! THESE TRAITORS are destroying our country by aiding and arming our enemies but BUT now days it’s OK to be a TRAITOR, BUT we need to change that idea while we still have a country to protect! HANG ALL TRAITORS, that lets the up and coming traitors know what WILL HAPPEN if you turn on OUR COUNTRY! That would mean that 3/4 of our government would be HUNG AS TRAITORS!

  6. Reblogged this on The Surf Report and commented:
    Jane Fonda’s F-You to America

  7. Jane Fonda… still traitor commie irritant after all these years.

  8. LOL – I’d comment on this, but I’d get a really nasty email.


  9. Why doesn’t she just get on her broom and fly back to Vietnam?

  10. I refuse to watch any of her movies with her even as a co-star.If she would of told the truth,served time for treason(which I am very angry she did NOT and anyone else would of) and showed remorse over what she did to those poor soldiers,which at that time they were drafted, that put there lives in line to give her notes,(then where tortured and beaten when the enemy took them), then maybe I would watch,,but never ever again.I can’t forgive her for what she has done until she truly shows real repentance at what she has done back then.I realize that war was NOT popular at that time.But take it out on those in power not the innocent ones that where drafted and those that felt they where serving there country.Shame,shame,shame, on all those that “spit” on those soldiers that came back home.

    • “I realize that war was NOT popular at that time.But take it out on those in power not the innocent ones that where drafted and those that felt they where serving there country.Shame,shame,shame, on all those that “spit” on those soldiers that came back home.”
      Ditto, Nina!

  11. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this important post. Indeed, she is unrepentant. I also will not watch The Butler. Hanoi Jane believes she is entitled to be a traitor, especially since she was given no punishment for her harmful and malicious choices.


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