Skip to comments.Jane Fonda's New Regret: 'Sitting On That Gun in North Vietnam'
Posted on 11/19/2012 11:04:23 AM PST by izzatzo
Having reached her mid-seventies, Oscar-winner Jane Fonda is now in that phase of her career where she's celebrated with all kinds of "achievement awards." Last night at the L.A. Press Club gala honoring her, Fonda's revealed that her biggest regret in life is no longer not "f***ing" mass-murderer Che Guevera, but that moment that defined her even more than her film career: when she was photographed sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun meant to shoot down American pilots during the Vietnam War.
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Hanoi Jane--Leon Rausch (1973)
My regret? Having attended a Fonda film back in the sixties.
I know there will be a very long line to piss on her grave. But I have resolved to do that when she dies.
Vietnam participant, second place finisher. (We were winning when I left.)
Jane, get down on your hands and knees and literally kiss the arse of every Viet Nam war vet who you betrayed with your aid to the enemy.
Reading this and knowing that it’s absolute bullbleep the only conclusion I can reach is that Jane has just signed a film deal giving her a percentage of the boxoffice receipts for playing the title role in “Mother Teresa”.
she wishes she had of stood in front of the gun
Dog, meet fleas.
It amazes me that she wasn’t ‘taken out’ by a Vietnam Vet. I’m shocked she’s alive still. I take comfort in knowing she will burn in hell anyway. :o
Praise and awards from the MSM and Hollywood. BFD! They only pat each other on the back. Who do they inform and make movies for? Everything out of Hollywood and the Press these days are for people who have s#!t for brains. Great movies are far and few between. Look at what they produce today for the movies and TV, all simplistic crap suited for the under educated. As far as F’ng Che, I wish she was with him along with that guy who served in Vietnam and ran for President, the day Che was caught.
As a proud Viet Nam vet, I REGRET JANE FONDA, ABSOLUTELY, TOTALLY, AND ENDLESSLY. I see no reason to even mention her name and give her another single second of attention. She was a young attention whore then and the only thing that has changed now is her age.
She laughing and playing on it, like an amusement park ride.
I’ll be in that line too.
Fonda’s been lamenting this treasonous act for years - starting all the way back in the 1970s. This is nothing new. Actually, as she says in her autobio, she’s really upset that she was PHOTOGRAPHED on that gun.
Looking at the photos again, I’m reminded how Zelig-like Fonda is. She actually looks Vietnamese sitting on that damned thing.
And why she hasn't been tried and deported for treason is beyond me.
There's not much I can do to voice my disdain for the bitch. However, I can say that since her Vietnam stance became known, I've never spent a nickle on anything she's been associated with, including Ted Turner.
Thank you, for your service and having bravely gone through that. Jane can suck it. Nothing is worse than a traitor. My older brother was there 64’-70’ and I still have the little “Kill A Commie For Christ” lapel pin he mailed me (I was but a kid - born in 1960)but to me he was the bravest man in the world, you know.
Multitudes of Vietnam veterans (myself included) have nothing but utter contempt for this vile, evil man and for the heinous, traitorous, Anti-American, wicked lies he told about us before Congress. His treacherous, false testimony which aided and abetted our enemies in time of war was directly responsible for the massive mistreatment of Vietnam veterans and military personnel, which took place throughout the United States, at the hands of American citizens for years.
I have no doubt multitudes of Vietnam veterans and their extended families will give Kerry the "honor" he so richly deserves by making numerous "deposits" upon his grave for decades to come.
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