Sunday, July 17, 2011

Awww, poor baby.....

Hanoi Jane Whines After Being Dumped By QVC – Lashes Out at “Insane Extremists” Who Opposed Her Appearance

In 1972 “Hanoi” Jane Fonda applauded an NVA anti-aircraft gun crew during her trip to North Vietnam. These guns were used to shoot down American planes and contributed to the deaths of American Airmen.
But Jane Fonda thinks she’s suffered enough.
Hanoi Jane whined after being dumped from QVC after they received several calls criticizing her for her previous propaganda work with the North Vietnamese.
Via the Jane Fonda website, via Free Republic:
I was to have been on QVC today to introduce my book, “Prime Time,” about aging and the life cycle. The network said they got a lot of calls yesterday criticizing me for my opposition to the Vietnam War and threatening to boycott the show if I was allowed to appear. I am, to say the least, deeply disappointed that QVC caved to this kind of insane pressure by some well funded and organized political extremist groups. And that they did it without talking to me first. I have never shied away from talking about this as I have nothing to hide. I could have pointed out that threats of boycotts are nothing new for me and have never prevented me from having best selling books and exercise DVDs, films, and a Broadway play. Most people don’t buy into the far right lies. Many people have reached out to express how excited they were about my going onto QVC and hearing about my book.
Bottom line, this has gone on far too long, this spreading of lies about me! None of it is true. NONE OF IT! I love my country. I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us.
What a horrible woman.

- The Gateway Pundit

*****

Lies? Seriously?
Fuck that traitorous bitch. She thinks because it happened almost 40 years ago the men she betrayed had forgotten about it? That it didn't really happen?
Because she's the same age as our Viet Nam Vets, she'll live with her actions for the rest of her life.
It's called living with the consequences of your actions. Deal with it.
I still don't understand why she wasn't charged with High Treason and shot alongside her future husband, Tom Hayden.

7 comments:

AlanD said...

This is the only woman I have ever called a CUNT! I hate that word if that tells you anything.

Toaster 802 said...

...A story I have confirmed personally with people in my former re-enactment unit (55th Virginia) who were there and took part the filming of the movie and this 'ceremony';

“A Retired Marine, Bob Kielhofer (Col., USMCR, Ret.) sent this along with the comment.
” There are still some people left with pride and a sense of moral fiber.”

For those of you who have no liking for Jane Fonda, Ted Turner’s wife, “Hanoi Jane”, I will recount a little story, I was the Chief of Staff to the Confederate General who was overall commander of the 6000 troops in the movie Gettysburg, a Historical. As actors, we volunteered to TNT who was making the movie, receiving a onetime payment of $25.00 for travel expenses and food while on site. We each also received a medal stamped Killer Angels (original book’s name).

Two incidents involve HJ. The first was on the day when Ted Turner made his cameo appearance in the movie. For those who have the movie, he is the white-haired officer who dies climbing over the fence in a charge.

Now movies, for the uninitiated, are boring to be in unless you are a star. I had brought up a battalion, about 700 men, up on a road in the sun to wait the setup of the cameras. HJ and Ted arrived in a helicopter for the take. HJ walked down to about the center of the battalion to see the troops, and accepted the adulation she expected her hubby’s employees would give her. Most of the troops present were North Carolinians, many from Fort Brag.

The Colonel commanding the battalion reported to me and informed me his troops were nonpulsed by HJ’s presence and asked my permission to make a troop movement to ease their feelings. What then happened, I will never forget. He called his men to attention. HJ, seeing the activity, smiled expecting some show for her benefit, and walked to the front of rightmost company.

The Colonel continued his orders and commanded the company in front of which she stood, “B Company! To the rear! By the right about! Face! Stand at ease!” ONE HUNDRED MEN PIVOTED AND GAVE THEIR BACKS. Taking the action for what it was, HJ beat a hasty retreat down the line toward the helicopter. The Colonel followed her progress down the battalion with the same hot disrespectful salute, reversing each company just as she reached the front of the company.

Ten minutes later the copter left and we saw her no more that day. I gave the Colonel a written commendation, mentioned in the next day’s orders for his innovation, extra rest for his battalion, and first place in the marching order.
...“What goes around comes around”.

..I hope they chisel that on your headstone you treasonous c**t.

...I started reenacting the year after the movie Gettysburg was made, and several of the guys who had been in the movie told me around the campfire about this treatment Hanoi Jane got.

I thought it was the best thing I ever heard!

I found this write up on line somewhere and kept a copy of it to post to anything having to do with her treason. I was only a year old when it happened, but I will pass it on as long as I am kicking and make sure my son does too.

"Sticks and stones may break my bones but your treason and reminder of it live on forever..."

...Also, apparently there are some shots around the wall near the end of the battle where the Rebs and blue bellies are tossing snack packs of Oreo's back and forth to each other, and some of the "wounded were snacking away. One of these days I am going to go through that section of the movie and look for all that going on...

Anonymous said...

This is yet another classic case of dems changing history to meet their own needs. I watch nothing with her in it and boycott/ridiculed everything she has ever tried to sell.

PatriotUSA said...

She is the poster child for and definition of the word, TRAITOR.

I will never forget when she did that 40 years ago and disgusted and offended were my friends and family that were and have served in the military.

The word CUNT fits her perfectly and yes, a word I seldom, rarely use. In this case it is a PERFECT use and fit!

Yoel B said...

Wirecutter, thanks for posting this. I sent the following to QVC:

I read recently that QVC decided not to have Jane Fonda on to promote her new book. I am very glad that you made that decision.

While I was draft eligible during the Viet Nam war, my number was not called in the lottery and I did not enlist. However, many men (and some women) I know did serve. I was also in a position to observe the "antiwar" movement directly here at home.

Fonda may describe herself as having been anti-war during the Viet Nam war, but that is false. She did not merely oppose the U.S.A being in the war, she supported the enemy cause. Among other things, her trip to Hanoi made life harder for American POWs being held there.

She was a traitor to this country; her words and attitude after having her appearance on QVC cancelled make it abundantly clear that she still is. I am deeply gratified that you did not give her a platform.


I grew up in Berkeley. My mother took me to one of the big rallies; that's where I learned what a mob is, and the bone chilling fear that one inspires. I remember the rallies at which news reports of American casualties were cheered. (We had a wandering dog who liked the crowds; I spent a lot of time after school looking for him on the university campus. And sometimes I was just curious. God help me, I thought I was a socialist in 1967, but parted company with my friends on the left when they supported the Arab cause during the Six Day War.)

I remember being grateful for the presence of the National Guard when then Governor Reagan called it out; my family was living close to the U.C. campus at the time.

One of the proudest memories of my high school days was linking arms with other athletes around the campus flagpole to keep a crowd from lowering the US flag.

You and the others who served in Southeast Asia and elsewhere have earned my eternal respect and gratitude. As long as I have two brain cells to rub together, Jane Fonda has my contempt.

claymore said...

Fu)K the bitch NEVER FORGET.

The Old Man said...

Wouldn't HJ look real good facing you with a pugil stick in her hands?

Sgt E-5
RVN 69-71 (Two tours-so what?)