Vietnam War & Hanoi Jane

The Vietnam War was a Cold War-era military conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. This war followed the First Indochina War and was fought between North Vietnam, supported by its communist allies, and the government of South Vietnam, supported by the United States and other anti-communist countries. Jane Fonda (born Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda; December 21, 1937) is an American actress, writer, political activist, former fashion model, and fitness guru. 5.0/5

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She never was! Check her history of betrayal 2 our men during the Vietnam war! She was called "Hanoi Jane"
Ironic that people,mostly men,of my Vietnam War era still blasting "Hanoi Jane Fonda" but give excuses to Trump's comments on McCain,PTSD
I disagree with Fonda. She is 'Hanoi Jane' from Vietnam War. Look her up, Treason would be my charge.
2day 1972 Jane Fonda of starts 2 wk visit to Hanoi to denounce Vietnam War on radio broadcasts; visit…
Even most others in the U.S. against the Vietnam War, thought Hanoi Jane crossed the line.
Jane Fonda, the actress known as "Hanoi Jane" for her actions during the Vietnam War, was the target of about 50 veterans and supporters when she appeared at th
Meet 'Hanoi Jane' Fonda and read what she said concerning the Vietnam War.
good calling Bob on Hanoi Jane's treasonous behavior duribg Vietnam War. Bob has poor memory when it comes history of the left
Hanoi Jane she is getting to experience some of the same things the POW's she betrayed experienced. How ever they didn't get years to experience it since they were killed shortly after she handed the note over to the guards. IT is my sincerest wish that she gets to experience eternity in *** REPEATING THE PHOTO OPS WITH THE North Vietnamese PRISON GUARDS! Jane Fonda, 76, Faces Mortality With Blood, Sweat & Tears for Fears Actress and activist Jane Fonda has revealed that at 76 she’s become increasingly aware of her own mortality – and admits that she constantly finds herself crying over "the smallest things." In an emotional and sometimes eccentric blog entry titled "Crying" on her website, JaneFonda.com, the actress says, "How come pretty things, kind deeds, sad stories, acts of courage, good news, someone’s flax of insight, all get me crying or, at least, tearing up?" Editor’s Note: Rogue Investor Exposes Secret ‘250% Calendar’. See The Trades In the blog entry, Fonda didn't reference he ...
MY TWO CENTS- Snowden will be remembered like Jane Fonda as traitors of the United States. Fonda was a shill for the North Vietnamese during the height of the Vietnam War. She used her Hollywood notoriety for propaganda against the U.S. while being filmed in North Vietnam wearing a North Vietnamese military uniform. Amongst her other shameless acts, she called American prisoners of war “liars” for saying they were being tortured. Ask Senior U.S. Senator John McCain if prisoners of war were mistreated by their North Vietnamese counterpart. Fonda, a communist sympathizer will be remembered as Hanoi Jane. Snowden will be remembered as a spy, misguided Schmuck, and the pride and joy to his parents. Maybe he misunderstood when his parents said, make me proud? I laugh at these pseudo anarchists commenting how bad the U.S. is from the luxury of their homes, watching TV, surfing the internet, ordering pizza, driving a car, able to get out of bed and go outside anytime of the day and night, etc. Then after doi ...
JANE CALL HOME 1-800-HANOI Hanoi Jane has been honored as one of the “100 Most Influential Women of the Century.” Unfortunately many have forgotten and still countless others have never known how Ms. Fonda betrayed not only the idea of our “Country” but the men who served and sacrificed during the Vietnam War. Ms. Fonda’s involvement with the Vietnam War began in 1967, after several visits with French Communists and underground revolutionaries in this country convinced her America was the *** nation of the world. She became one of Communist Vietnam’s most loyal and fiery supporters. Using her wealth and influence, she managed to garner support from American college campuses, advocating communism and encouraging rebellion and anarchy against the U.S. government. In a speech to Duke University students in 1970, Ms. Fonda told the gathering, “If you understood what Communism was, you would hope and pray on you knees that we would someday become Communist.” In 1972 Ms. Fonda took her ...
Tom Hanton, USAF Vietnam POW was in solitaire with a speaker 20ft above his head broadcasting Jane Fonda while she was on enemy soil speaking against her Nation and encouraging the ENEMY. Now, my liberal loved ones, do NOT speak to me ever again about how great Hanoi Jane is and how she did nothing wrong - it is just another conservative conspiracy to malign her good reputation. And do NOT wonder any longer WHY the Vietnam era military can not forgive Jane Fonda. Young adults... this is our collective history that we should all hear from the horses mouth. Turn to C-Span 2 and let them tell you themselves while they can still give us a first hand knowledge of their experiences from the Vietnam War and their imprisonment by the Communist North Vietnamese.
THIS IS FROM ONE OF OUR SUPPORTERS DONNA FRANCZAK.AND I could not have said it better. Perhaps there are too many big names in this movie for it to fail. One small voice may not be heard, but one voice, plus one voice, plus one voice, etc... may make a difference. At the very least, we have once again made Hanoi Jane's life miserable. We are educating a whole new generation about her treason. We got her pulled from QVC, and we got her on the defensive - hence, her "get a life" comment. We do not always get exactly what we ask for, but that is not the same as not getting results. Hang strong brothers and sisters, we can only do the very best that we can, and we will do it together. See you on the picket lines!
Our Commander and Chief forgets so quickly: Looks like Hanoi Jane, nickname for Jane Fonda is going to be honored by President Obama as one of the one hundred women of the century. Unfortunately many have forgotten. How Jane Fonda betrayed the men and women who served our country during the Vietnam War.
I cannot believe our president intends to honor Hanoi Jane, a traitor during the Vietnam War. Many people protested the war, but she crossed the line when she visited North Vietnam numerous times to show her support for the communist. The North Vietnamese used her open support for propaganda purposes. Americans who respect and support our veterans should only have contempt and scorn for her.
Thank you John McCain for bringing reason to Rand Paul's ridiculous comment during his filibuster that the US might us drones against Americans in America! Please read: During his talkathon, Paul had suggested the possibility that the government would have used hellfire missiles against anti-war activist Jane Fonda or an American sitting at a cafe. During the height of the Vietnam War, Fonda traveled to North Vietnam and was widely criticized by some in the U.S. for her appearances there. McCain derided that notion of an attack against the actress and argued that Paul was unnecessarily making Americans fear that their government poses a danger. "To somehow allege or infer that the president of the United States is going to kill somebody like Jane Fonda or somebody who disagrees with the policies is a stretch of imagination which is, frankly, ridiculous," McCain said. McCain found himself in the odd position of defending Fonda's constitutional rights over her July 1972 trip to Hanoi that earned her the der ...
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Was Rand Paul even born when Jane Fonda protested the Vietnam War?
If we had Obama's drone policy in effect during the Vietnam War, could we have "droned" Hanoi Jane upon her return from Hanoi and her treasonous behavior?
"President Obama" and I use that term with no respect towards him wants Hanoi Jane Fonda to be honored as a "Woman of the century". This TRAITOR should have been executed for treason for her role in the Vietnam War... What is this *** trying to do... Well I guess it takes a traitor to honor a traitor... TO ALL VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM WAR AND TO THOSE K I A AND M I A GOD BLESS YOU AND THANK YOU...!!! Gone but not forgotten.
Hanoi Jane !!! What a disgrace to Nancy Regan!!! America, we must not forget! Jane Fonda Nancy Reagan This cannot go around too much. Those of us that were living in those years will never forget that she was a traitor and did a lot of damage to our boys. She has now been chosen to play Nancy Reagan in her life story. I am sending this one out because so many do not know this truth... and also because she was on 3 times this week talking about her new book... And how good she feels in her 70's... she still does not know what she did wrong… her book just may not make the best list if more people knew... also... Barbara Walters said: Thank you all. Many died in Vietnam for our freedoms. I did not like Jane Fonda then and I don't like her now. She can lead her present life the way she wants and perhaps SHE can forget the past, but we DO NOT have to stand by without comment and see her "honored" as a "Woman of the Century." (I remember this well) For those who served and/or died. . .. NEVER FORGIVE A TRAITO ...
Anyone read what Hanoi Jane said about Seth's comment at the Acadamy awards about women. Doesn't she know that it's all in fun. Did she think it was all in fun that she sat on top of a NVA tank back in the Vietnam war day's pointed at our troop's. She should have been proscuted for treason.To say he exploited women while she's making money by sells her videos to women. She need to take a chill pill.
Okay, I just saw the headline -- I didn't read it because I really don't like Jane Fonda at all, and I don't like to read anything about her. But, apparently she was criticizing the Oscars host, calling him inappropriate and distasteful. Well, frankly, I didn't care for him either, but Hanoi Jane has a lot of nerve saying anyone was "inappropriate and distasteful" after what she did during the Vietnam War... just saying...
If basketball anti-hero Dennis Rodman's support for North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is not tantamount to "Hanoi Jane" Fonda sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun during the Vietnam War, then I don't know what is. But one thing is for sure, though. Both Rodman and Fonda are anti-American.
Here is a decorated Vietnam vet, a republican. I'm wondering if the republicans are blocking his nomination simply because he was nominated by Obama?? Way to go, republicans. Chuck Hagel: Hagel is a Vietnam War veteran, having served in the United States Army infantry from 1967 to 1968. Holding the rank of Sergeant (E-5), he served as an infantry squad leader in the 9th Infantry Division.[10] Hagel served in the same infantry squad as his younger brother Tom, and they are believed to be the only American siblings to do so during the Vietnam War.[11] They also ended up saving each other's lives on separate occasions.[11] While serving during the war, he received the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, two Purple Hearts, the Army Commendation Medal, and the Combat Infantryman Badge.[12] After returning from Vietnam, he worked as a radio newscaster and talk show host in Omaha from 1969 to 1971[13] while finishing college on VA assistance under the GI Bill.[14] In 1971, Hagel was hired as a staffer for Congress .. ...
To many Americans the idea of Jane Fonda, a prominent Vietnam War protestor, playing the part of a Republican President’s wife is too far-fetched even for Hollywood.
I became an activist in the early 1970s during (and because of) the Vietnam War. This happened for 2 reasons: I was 30 years old, just finished making “Barbarella” and was expecting my first child. My life felt meaningless. All around me I saw signs of people risking their lives and livelihoods to h...
Hanoi Jane a myth? Repeat: Hanoi Jane a myth? With the assistance an an always eager Barbara Walters to drop her sordid past down a memory hole, Jane waves aside her well-documented Vietnam War treason as “the myth of Hanoi Jane.” Even with every elitist perk in existence and the entire Liberal intelligentsia in her dark clammy corner, it must all catch up with Jane as it does with all Dorian Grays.If beauty is only skin-deep, then one shudders contemplating what really lurks below this surface.
We also have *** Chaney with five deferrments during the Vietnam War because he had better things to do.
the story of Mr. Dorner reminds me of Black history month. Part of the reason why the Vietnam War ended was the increasing non-compliance of Black soldiers, in some cases going as far as to kill officers. Look up what happened in Vietnam when Dr. Martin Luther King ws assassinated. "Hanoi Jane" was a Vietnamese radio personality who spoke directly to Black soldiers and asked them to reflect on the racism they faced in the usa before they were deployed, while abroad and likely when they returned. In effect, the question of that day and this "who is the enemy and how will you recognize them"
Those of us growing up to the sounds of chopper blades and steady drumbeat of casualties on the morning news during the Vietnam War will never forget or forgive Hanoi Jane, no matter what the current narrative is.
QUIZ-O-RAMA TRIVIA: Who, during the Vietnam War, was known as Hanoi Jane? NOTE: Include your IGN... NO EDITING. And your FIRST answer is considered your official entry. ~ GM Rei (Reia Ayunan) ♥
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So, looks like John Kerry's going to be our Secretary of State. He may be well-qualified for the position, but I'm still not too happy about it. To me, it's as bad as if they had appointed "Hanoi Jane" Fonda! Kerry's actions during the Vietnam War were just as traitorous as Jane's (throwing away his medals in protest, writing "The Winter Soldier" and accusing his fellow soldiers of war crimes, etc.). That man should not be allowed to hold any public office, IMHO.
Vietnam Veterans: Please boycott Harvey Hinkelmeyers in Kokomo. They have a picture of Jane (Hanoi Jane) Fonda displayed. This is an atrocity to anyone that served during the Vietnam War.
Fonda was nicknamed Hanoi Jane for her political activism and opposition to the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 70s. In 1972 she was photographed during a visit to Vietnam sitting on an anti-aircraft battery singing with Vietnamese soldiers. She also appeared on radio shows denouncing American political and military leaders as “war criminals”. Many Americans, especially in the military, have not forgiven her. **When it was announced earlier this year that she was to play Mrs Reagan, John Nolte, a columnist for Breitbart, wrote: “Fonda isn't merely a left-wing actress or a liberal or even a Leftist; Fonda is a traitor to her country and one of the most morally illiterate, divisive and polarizing figures to ever come out of a womb, much less Hollywood.”** Her role in the film is said to be small given that the lead character is Eugene Allen, played by Forest Whitaker. Allen was a black man who served under eight presidents as a butler in the White House. Oprah Winfrey plays his wife and it was she who ...
Was Jane Fonda a traitor to the US during the Vietnam War? I'm curious about this as she may be honored as "Woman of the Century" soon...
It's shame most American have no clue to what zippo Hanoi Jane, her minions Billy A agenda was not Vietnam War. That was just a crisis used
By RU Contributor Mad Medic In 1971 a little known Yale educated anti-war activist testified before the United States Senate on the Vietnam War, and what troops were “really” doing there. This
Hello America, January 07, 2013, Many of you may not have been old enough to remember the Vietnam War, but its as fresh in my mind as yesterday, let me just hit on the highlights, first off most of the young men fighting were drafted by Lyndon Johnson, just young kids 18 yearsold, and the black bags coming home were numberless, 100 on the tarmack at a time. and then there were the Hyppies, draft dodgers like Bill Clinton, actually Bill Clinton wasn't a bonefide Hyppie, because most of them were dead in the first three years, after the Hyppie Movement started from Acid and Heroin use. And then there was Hanoi Jane, oh yes the Communist regime had Jane Fonda, puting out propaganda, to our troops from Hanoi, actually the young kids were called grunts, many from lower to middle class, actually they was all mostly lower class Americans, now these grunts were drafted to fight in Nam all along the Miacon Delta, now there were a few select Upper Class kids mostly entered in as officer material, such is the case o ...
John Kerry aligned himself w/ Jane Fonda, who taunted American prisoners in the Hanoi Hilton during the Vietnam War.
It's been decades, but Jane Fonda still can't shake her "Hanoi Jane" image from the Vietnam War.
John Kerry to be Secretary of Defense! The one that joined with “Hanoi” Jane Fonda and Ramsey Clark to protest Vietnam War? B.S.
I was not a fan of Ronald Regan ,but having daid that for someone to make a movie with Hanoi Jane Fonda play the part of Nancy Regon is an insult to everyone that rembers what this woman did doing the Vietnam war
Paint it Black by The Rolling Stones, accompanied by footage of the Vietnam War.
There are few things I have strong visceral reactions to, but Hanoi Jane's (Fonda) participation in blatant treason, is one of them. Please take the time to forward to as many people as you possibly can.. It will eventually end up on her computer and she needs to know that we will never forget. RONALD D. SAMPSON, CMSgt, USAF 716 Maintenance Squadron, Chief of Maintenance DSN: 875-6431 COMM: 883-6343 Please read the article attached to the graphic. Obama plans to honor a Traitor. Birds of a feather? What won't this animal do to disrespect America? Any Vietnam Vet that vote for this man, is not an American anymore!
Hanoi Jane.the left is sick stupid and crazy
What, Hanoi Jane to play Nancy Reagan in an upcoming film, that is like getting Madonna to play Mother Theresa, it's just wrong...
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Jane Fonda has said that she regrets the infamous photo taken during the Vietnam War of her posing with the enemy while appearing to shoot at American planes. She said that it has hit her hard and affected her ever since. Well, Hanoi Jane... the reason that it has hit you so hard is because you are in America and we don't look kindly on such things. For every moment that this has affected you, you can be sure that it was ten times worse for our troops who were fighting. And one more thing... regret isn't an apology you stupid heffer. You still suck!!
This is how she got her nickname Hanoi Jane: In 1972, actress Jane Fonda began a two-week visit to Hanoi, where she denounced the Vietnam War in radio broadcasts, visited American POWs and was photographed sitting behind a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun, an image that sparked outrage in the U.S. (Years later, Fonda expressed regret for that particular episode.)
Today in History- 1962- Starfish Prime took place. Nuclear warhead test 1776- Col. John Nixon gave the 1st public reading of the Declaration of Independence in Philly. He was then pounded by snowballs, such a Philly thing to do. 1889- the WSJ began printing 1972- Jane Fonda became "Hanoi Jane" by visiting the Viet Kong" during the Vietnam War
Jane Fonda my hero NOT ! *** ! USA Today Sob Story Over Jane Fonda’s “Haunting” By “Hateful Nickname” Hanoi Jane By Debbie Schlussel As we all know, Jane Fonda committed treason during the Vietnam War. She aided and abetted the Viet Cong, laughed with them, and aimed their weapons in the direction of U.S. soldiers. She also attacked U.S. soldiers–many of whom died or lost limbs–on Viet Cong loudspeakers and radio. And she’s never apologized (despite pretending that she did). But apparently Susan Wloszcyna and/or her editors at USA Today’s fluffy “Life” section forgot. They are upset that Jane Fonda is “haunted by a 40-year-old photo” and “decades of enduring the hateful nickname ‘Hanoi Jane.’” USA Today actually has the nerve to liken Jane Fonda’s Viet Cong stint as a “fashion faux pas.” A “wardrobe malfunction,” like when Janet Jackson displayed her tata on the Super Bowl telecast, not something that put American lives at risk while we were at war. WHAT THE BLE ...
Today on EVERY 70S MOVIE: See 'Hanoi Jane' Fonda in all her anti-Vietnam War glory during the documentary 'F.T.A.'
Jane Fonda, whose outspoken criticism of the Vietnam War once earned the nickname “Hanoi Jane,” has been tapped to play Nancy Reagan, former first lady and wife to the late President Ronald Reagan, according to Variety magazine.
This piece of $hit is trying to re-write her despicable treasoness actions towards our brave military members during the Vietnam War. Whether you agreed with the war or not, what she did was a disgrace & embarrassment to all Americans.
the Dems micro-managed every FU from Vietnam War to Hanoi Jane's cannon ride. So, what's new ?
How's this for strange bedfellows? Jane Fonda, the sometimes Atlantan whom critics love to hate as Hanoi Jane for her Vietnam War era activism, will
Jane Fonda, A.K.A Hanoi Jane, she should have no room to talk. Frankly she should have been run out of town on a rail and never allowed to act again in the states, but the liberals in Hollywood are apparently very forgiving of their own. I personally will never go to another movie with her in it. I'm waiting for her time to come to answer for her discussing behavior during the Vietnam War period while our soldiers were dying every day over there doing what their country had asked of them and she was consoling the enemy. Please refer to the link below for her so-called proud accomplishments. :-\
The Blood of many POW's from the Vietnam War. Are still and forever will be on her hands. Your Lower then Whale Dung at the bottom at the sea, Hanoi Jane!!! Do Not Honor Jane Fonda www.causes.com Stop President Obama from honoring Jane Fonda..
Fonda playing Nancy Reagan. Don't call them Hanoi Jane and Mommy. And stop defending the Vietnam War. It's over, it blew.
The woman who infamously posed with the Vietcong during the Vietnam War has been cast to portray First Lady Nancy Reagan in an upcoming feature.
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