Thursday, July 21, 2011

No way

Jane Fonda is besides herself claiming "I never did anything to hurt my country". Somehow she likely believes her own garbage but the rest of us remember her calling POW's who survived real torture liars. Her activities were treasonous but she was hardly alone in this activity. Plenty of academics created similar treason and used this to promote their careers via the old Bolshevik network.

Of course her current support for Code Pinko flies under the radar.

Sorry, but this one is a bit much even by low communist standards.

5 comments:

Thersites said...

May Hanoi Jane one day be subjected to the same treatment she so readily publically dismissed.

Ducky's here said...

You should take a look at Jean-Luc Godard's "Letter to Jane", an interesting deconstruction of her Vietnam photo.

Godard and the Dziga Verta Group made the film after Fonda balked at appearing in "Tout Va Bien" because she found the film's politics too radical. Her part as edited down to near nothing due to the controversy.

So go ahead and educate yourself, it would be an experience.

Always On Watch said...

Has she gone senile or something?

Not so long ago, she did apologize for her "activism" during the Vietnam War.

Besides, the tee-shirts she sells at her web site belie her present denial.

Alligator said...

Beak, no one was in Vietnam will forgive her. All the guys (and gals) I know who served during that era wouldn't walk across the street to pee on her if she was on fire. Some of the guys understand why there were protests against the war in general.

But what she did went way beyond the pale; posing on the AA gun, turning over to the camp notes given to her by POWs, and then calling them liars about torture was all very, very personal and it affected everyone who was there.

The Pagan Temple said...

The bitch should have been tried for treason and hung by the neck until dead. End of story.