Jane Fonda Finally Apologizes

It only took 40 years. But finally, actress-turned-workout-specialist Jane Fonda has apologized for sitting on a Viet Cong anti-aircraft gun during her 1972 visit to North Vietnam. Fonda, who used her fame to push her radical leftism during her heyday, traveled to Hanoi in 1972 in solidarity with the Viet Cong. While there, she proceeded to blame the US for supposedly bombing a dike system, and did a series of radio broadcasts stating that US leaders were “war criminals.” Those broadcasts were replayed for American POWs being tortured by the Viet Cong. Later, when POWs spoke about their experiences of torture, Fonda would call them “hypocrites and liars,” stating, “These were not men who had been tortured. These were not men who had been starved. These were not men who had been brainwashed.” She explained that these POWs were “careerists and professional killers.”

Now, four decades removed, sitting in the lap of luxury, Fonda has decided that the pictures on the anti-aircraft gun were a mistake. Not the actual visit – she stands by that. “I did not, have not, and will not say that going to North Vietnam was a mistake,” she said. “I have apologized only for some of the things that I did  there, but I am proud that I went.”

But when it comes to those gun photos, then she wishes she’d done something different: “Sitting on that gun in North Vietnam. I’ll go to my grave with that one.” Of course, as John Nolte of Big Hollywood points out, that’s “a step up from what we learned in Patricia Bosworth’s biography, ‘Jane Fonda,’ where the star reportedly said: ‘My biggest regret is I never got to f*** Che Guevara.”

She’s a deep human being, you see.

Back in July 2011, she spelled out why she regretted the anti-aircraft gun photo:

It happened on my last day in Hanoi. I was exhausted and an emotional wreck after the 2-week visit. It was not unusual for Americans who visited North Vietnam to be taken to see Vietnamese military installations and when they did, they were always required to wear a helmet like the kind I was told to wear during the numerous air raids I had experienced. When we arrived at the site of the anti-aircraft installation (somewhere on the outskirts of Hanoi), there was a group of about a dozen young soldiers in uniform who greeted me. There were also many photographers (and perhaps journalists) gathered about, many more than I had seen all in one place in Hanoi. This should have been a red flag ….

Here is my best, honest recollection of what happened: someone (I don’t remember who) led me towards the gun, and I sat down, still laughing, still applauding. It all had nothing to do with where I was sitting. I hardly even thought about where I was sitting. The cameras flashed. I got up, and as I started to walk back to the car with the translator, the implication of what had just happened hit me. “Oh my God. It’s going to look like I was trying to shoot down U.S. planes.”

Of course, it never occurs to Fonda that the pain she caused with that photo was a mere sliver of the pain she caused by acting as a propagandist for one of the worst regimes in human history. But that’s because in Hollywood, being such a propagandist merely endears you to elites, as Sean Penn can tell you. Tom Lehrer once mocked NASA for working with former Nazi scientist Wernher Von Braun; “‘Once the rockets are up, who cares where they come down,’” Lehrer sang, “‘That’s not my department,’ says Wernher von Braun.” But in Hollywood, it’s worse than that: you’re feted for siding with the world’s most evil people.

That’s why Hollywood continues to treat the blacklist as one of the worst blots on American history. The truth is somewhat different: the Soviet Union was working with the American Communist Party to infiltrate Hollywood in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, and succeeded in infiltrating the Hollywood unions to a large extent. The Communist Party was interested in the overthrow of the American way of government. Not all of those blacklisted were card-carrying communists; that was the tragedy of McCarthyism. But to sympathize for those who treated Stalin as a hero rather than shunning them as moral reprobates is a move only Hollywood could make. Dalton Trumbo, perhaps the most celebrated member of the Hollywood Ten, bragged to his bosses in the Soviet Union that the Communist Party in Hollywood had helped quash anti-Soviet films like an adaptation of Arthur Koestler’s masterwork Darkness at Noon. Some of the Communist Party’s favorite Hollywood movies included Mission to Moscow (1943), in which Hollywood gave a clean bill of health to the Stalinist show trials. Meanwhile, when it comes to today’s Hollywood blacklist of American conservatives, Hollywood honchos brag that it’s a positive development.

Jane Fonda should rightly have been written off by America’s most powerful institutions four decades ago. Instead, she still kicking – and next, she’s playing Nancy Reagan, whom she brags she’ll prevent from looking “too mean.”

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  • Mary Sue

    all this and she's still a retarded Useless Idiot.

    Aww boo hoo, she didn't get to ___k Che Guevara. My heart bleeds.

    • Looking4Sanity

      Indeed. She is an unrepentant traitor and she can rot in hell for all eternity.

  • Adam

    JANE FONDA AMERICAN TRAITOR BITCH

    Ms. Fonda betrayed not only the idea of our country but specific men who served and sacrificed during Vietnam. The first part of this is from an F-4E pilot. The pilot's name is Jerry Driscoll, a River Rat. In 1978, the former Commandant of the USAF Survival School was a POW in Ho Lo Prison-the "Hanoi Hilton." Dragged from a stinking cesspit of a cell, cleaned, fed, and dressed in clean PJs, he was ordered to describe for a visiting American "Peace Activist" the "lenient and humane treatment" he'd received. He spat at Ms. Fonda, was clubbed, and dragged away.

    During the subsequent beating, he fell forward upon the camp Commandant's feet, which sent that officer berserk. In '78, the AF Col. still suffered from double vision (which permanently ended his flying days) from the Vietnamese Col.'s frenzied application of a wooden baton. From 1963-65, Col. Larry Carrigan was in the 47FW/DO (F-4Es). He spent 6-years in the "Hilton"- the first three of which he was "missing in action." His wife lived on faith that he was still alive. His group, too, got the cleaned, fed, clothed routine in preparation for a "peace delegation" visit.

    They, however, had time and devised a plan to get word to the world that they still survived. Each man secreted a tiny piece of paper, with his SSN on it, in the palm of his hand. When paraded before Ms. Fonda and a cameraman, she walked the line, shaking each man's hand and asking little encouraging snippets like: "Aren't you sorry you bombed babies?" and "Are you grateful for the humane treatment from your benevolent captors?" Believing this HAD to be an act, they each palmed her their sliver of paper.
    She took them all without missing a beat. At the end of the line and once the camera stopped rolling, to the shocked disbelief of the POWs, she turned to the officer in charge and handed him the little pile of papers. Three men died from the subsequent beatings. Col. Carrigan was almost number four but he survived, which is the only reason we know about her actions that day.

    • Hoss

      The part about Fonda and the papers is a hoax. Never happened.

      She's still a traitor in my humble opinion.

      • Mary Sue

        how do we know that didn't happen?

        • Tim N

          It was discredited a long time back. I believe one of the POWs in question denied the whole thing happened. I'm sorry I forget the details, it's been quite a while.
          This is not to defend Fonda. Her actions were reprehensible enough without embellishing them.

          • BeachBum2U

            I believe it was a sailor that fell off a ship, imprisoned with other POW's, he memorized rank & serial numbers of other POW's, Vietcong were releasing one POW, instead of the intended higher ranking serviceman, our POW's insistd on this sailor so he could get the message back home. That's all I remember, am sure it's in our National Archives if anyone wants to look it up.

          • oversoon

            More than one of the POW's in question have strongly said that the note slip thing never happened. people just outright refuse to fact check anything… I'm proud of her actions. She definitely made a mistake, but it wasn't protesting Vietnam…

    • Dismayed

      I don't know how Jane Fonda can sleep at night. I wish someone would send her this story. I hope she lives in guilt ridden hell.

    • Barbarad

      Right on and well said!!
      She should have been tried for high TREASON at the time,but with all the anti war sentiments and the left wing marchers in America, didn't happen. Instead they lauded her, esp. in Hollywood, and she became a high paid actress, and activist for the extreme radical left wing.

      Now, she's playing Nancy Reagan!! What the? What is the stupid world coming too, and now we have 4 more yrs. with BO. who is a Muslim… Pray for our country!

    • Jon

      Adam, I have read and watched just about every news segment on the Infamous Hanoi Jane Fonda. I am a little to young for that era of war, but had brothers of my friends and my relatives that were over there and died for our country. Hanoi Jane Fonda in my mind can never be forgiven nor can her travesties against our military forces in Vietnam ever be forgotten. She is a Extreme Socialist, Communist PIG. I have not watched a movie or red a book that starred her or written by her. She could drop dead tomorrow and I would not give a Rats Ass. In her Fathers eyes she was a Disgrace to Him and the United States. It took him almost up until he died to forgive her, and then it was hard to believe that he truly forgave her. Thank You for your great history piece.

    • BeachBum2U

      Her pseudo apology was made in 208-2009 when she was promoting a book. She never apologized for anything other thn the pic that was taken with the VC, in other words she's 100% traitor and always will be. Thanks to the American way of $ buying the rich out of everything!

      • BeachBum2U

        By the way, I don't agree with remarks on this topic that imply political party, what she did does not represent any other American especially not those warriors shedding their blood for us in Vietnam as she sat on that tank smoozing her fellow communist SOB's – the enlistment docs never asked which way do you vote!
        * please pardon the typos in my posts, not sure if it's my keyboard or this page as a problem.

    • oversoon

      Do some fact checking, and you'll find out that the troops in question have said THEMSELVES that this NEVER happened. Words were attributed to them, and publicized. When the words were corrected BY them, it was NOT publicized. The social security paper thing, NEVER HAPPEND… and that's from horses' mouths.

    • B Bowen

      I don't understand why The U.S. don't throw her out of this Country, She don't deserve to live here. Hollywood should blackball her. NEVER FORGIVE A TRAITOR.

  • Larry

    It's a damned shame one of those air raids didn't manage to hit her.

    • Les Landers

      Too damn late for an apology, also it's B.S. she is up to something!

  • http://twitter.com/Kenrick66 @Kenrick66

    So, the left damns the McCarthy-linked "blacklist" of Communist and Communist-sympathizer writers and actors. Then turns around, after it's captured Hollywood, and enforces its own blacklist of any writer or actor who actually upholds America and freedom. Hipocrisy, thy name is Trumbo.

    • BeachBum2U

      Really? You're full of yourself don't even go down the political left or right in defining what Fonda did! This is about a traitor who acted on her own not representing other Americans nor a political party.. what she did is likened to what many republicans in our history has done, do you really want to go there? Don't insult other Americans and thow them in the Fonda-Cesspool!

  • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ JasonPappas

    She still doesn't regret going to North Vietnam? Boat people? Communist oppression? Killing fields? What does it take to make her understand she supported the most vicious movement in history?

    Communism killed over 150 million civilians by it aggression and oppression–far more than Hitler. How can she show her head in decent company?

    • Larry

      In Hanoi Jane's circles being a communist sympathiser is the least you can do to be regarded as decent company.

    • mlcblog

      She has no shame, no common sense. She is a human being so wounded by life that she has no conscience. This is talked about in Romans in the New Testament. The reprobate mind. No ability to be humble, self-will run riot. Cannot be corrected. Justifying its evil actions and cannot take correction or instruction. We prayed for her to get saved, but she may be so far gone it couldn't take.

  • Tpartywarrior

    Because of our Lame Street Media, so many Americans have no idea what a radical extremist "Hanoi Jane " really is. Disgusting!

  • ken

    'Will carry it to her grave'-lets hope thats soon.from,viet vet

    • Looking4Sanity

      From one vet to another, thank you for your service to our country. I'm sorry we didn't take better care of it.

  • lone ranger

    I"m A Vietnam Special Forces Veteran, I can tell you this, jane fonda is a pig and always will be, she should have been tried for treason, years ago, she was married to a guy named tom hayden back in those days, a devote communist, he thru her out , same as ted turner did, she was born a pig, and will die as one
    she has no shame, she should have done somthing for Vietnam Veterans with her millions years ago, but chose to turn a deaf ear

    • Anthony

      Thanks for fighting for us and sorry you guys were forced to wage battle with one hand always tied behind your back because of politics.

      Whenever you see a photo of Lyndon Johnson or McNamara peering over a map of Vietnam for target selection in the oval office you can then understand why we did not win a decisive victory. We know 58,000 men died mostly because the politicians put them into a cauldron of impossible rules and ever changing edicts that favored posturing over smashing the enemy.

      Commie Jane never answered for what Pol Pot did in Cambodia after our last Huey left the roof of that Embassy, did she? How many millions were slaughtered in the killing fields? That's communism. That's what she offered aid and comfort to.

  • ross1948

    Quite right, all of the above. Fonda deserves suitable alliteration which good taste forbids posting here.
    There seems no end to excusing red vermin.

    The same drivel is still perpetrated in Canada regarding that treacherous swine Norman Bethune. http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/ca

    But at least PM Harper has this week spoken up about one of the most obscene communist atrocities, the Ukarinian genocide. http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/11/22/ni

    • Ghostwriter

      I've got a question for you,ross1948. Couldn't Mr. Harper have honored John Kenneth Galbraith,the Canadian-American economist,author,statesman,etc. I think he would have been a far better person to honor than this Norman Bethune character.

      • Mary Sue

        apparently Norm Bethune's skill as a surgeon and inventor somehow takes precedence. I'm not sure who makes the selections for this stuff anyway.

      • mlcblog

        Galbraith? a complete Keynesian. Great writer, though I don't like his opinions.

  • R.C.

    Jane Fonda is an unrepentant Marxist wh*re!

  • Asher

    Isn't it amazing how Fonda and other Hollywood people are totally barren and non-feeling when it comes to Freedom, and how our military and people have fought for it…It isn't free. These people need to visit communist countries and see how the other people live….like live among the real people…not in hotels.

  • Anthony

    That's communism. They twist everything. So they cast this Jane Fonda has-been as the classy wife of one of our greatest presidents.

    Her handlers hope is that the young-ones will relate commie Jane as the very American and very Patriotic Nancy Reagan.

    To Ms. Fonda, that is vindication. To the Marxist Leftist scum, it's business as usual in their never ending quest for dismantling national normal thinking unto collective lemming group mind control en route to their evil utopia like the Cambodian killing fields people like Jane Fonda and her scummy ilk helped create by their complaisant useful idiocy.

    Subtle messages always projected out from the nexus of evil leftism seeks to capture all those unsophisticated enough to fall prey to their mind manipulations and propaganda. That is why the supreme Democratic party prefers a dependent, stupefied and dumb constituency.

    Hey Ms. Fonda, Eff you and the horse you rode in on you retard.

  • Mickey Oberman

    Once Hanoi Honda always Hanoi Honda.

  • scotsirish

    This is no apology and is certainly not accepted.
    No easing of conscience for your disgusting evil.

  • Anthony

    I apologize for cursing Ms. Fonda and the horse she rode in on an calling her a "retard".

    • Mary Sue

      Yeah the poor horse had no choice! ;)

      Ms Fonda on the other hand…

  • Steve Chavez

    And the SPITTING ON OUR SOLDIERS continue to this day. Just look at the Democrats, like Harry Reid, who said "the war is lost."

    "THEY ARE FIGHTING FOR A LOST CAUSE." This is being said today while our soldiers are still ON THE BATTLEFIELD. How demoralizing is that! The soldiers hear this type of talk while on leave or about to leave and so they question the mission too. This indecision for one second could lead to their death and their fellow soldiers.

    "AMERICA, A COUNTRY WHERE OUR SOLDIERS WILL PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE IN ORDER TO PROTECT OUR RIGHT TO SPIT ON THEM!" ————– S. CHAVEZ

  • jakespoon

    She must have a new movie coming out soon,needs the publicity. Oh well, won't watch it anyway.

    • StumppyT

      None of the films she acts in are allowed in my house and thats a shame cause I liked her daddy and would love to see the on golden ponds, but cause she is in it, it will never be showen in this house. from a 3 tour Viet Vet.

      • jakespoon

        Thank you stumppy.

  • Larry Robinon

    I remember the times of Hanoi Jane, this photo, and her other statements well. I also remember her handing the tiny folded note she was given by one of the men hoping she would get it out of the country. Not Hanoi Jane; ms piggy gave it to the Viets which ended in the Airman and others being severely punished. As a Vet my anwer is no apology accepted from an adversary of the day, bow to and rejoin your comrades in North Vietnam—and DIE THERE.

    • guest

      It never happened, you moron

      • jakespoon

        And you know it didn't, because…

  • Geoff

    This Fonda woman has never suffered or been in want of anything. All she sought was publicity for herself so that she could earn still more money, a truly communist motive. I believe she underwent a surgical operation to keep her looking slim, hoping to boost the sale of her workout books and videos. She is despicable and beneath contempt.

    • mlcblog

      She is in want of love. True love. That is why she is so miserable. And, no amount of money or fame can sooth that lack.

  • MICHAELNLA

    Like most criminals,the only thing Fonda is "sorry" about, is that she got caught.

    Lenin sure had Liberals pegged when he called them "Useful Idiots!"

    The jacka$$ has definitely proven to be the ideal mascot for the Democrat party.

  • cindobindo

    She said last year "I didn't know what I was doing", and "I've paid heavily for it [the photo of her on the gun]",which is laughable. The woman was in her THIRTIES when she did that!! She named her son after one of the North Vietnamese leaders, and flew to Hanoi to celebrate their victory over South Vietnam with them!!! The fact that American POWs were tortured (and killed) after SHE ratted them out makes her a TRAITOR in my book. If there were any justice in the world, she'd be in Leavenworth for life,and all of her cash and assets divided among the families of the POWs whose trust she betrayed, along with all proceeds from any book deals

    • mlcblog

      Hear hear. Clearly stated.

  • EdH

    Not mentioned, regarding her Hanoi broadcasts, is the fact she extolled U.S. troops to lay down their arms. I've listened to them. It's true. I believe her being there, multiple times, as a private citizen, constitutes treason. But if extolling our troops to lay down their arms isn't treason, what the hell is? Also, I truly believe Watergate eliminated any chance anyone would be investigated for treason. Nixon had his hands full already, and there were just too many traitors.

    • mlcblog

      That's right. I heard it, too. But she doesn't seem to remember that, conveniently leaves it out of the dialogue.

  • EdH

    'Adhering to the enemy' is the crucial test of any treason charge. Extolling one side to lay down their arms, but not the other, certainly constitutes adhering to one side. The other test is the 'two witnesses' test.

  • LindaRivera

    DIRTY TRAITOR.

  • Anthony

    Idiot. You are the real racist. You stupid fools deserve what you've unleashed on the rest of civilization.When the communists come calling, they will get their useful idiots first…that obviously includes you dumbo.

  • UpChuck.Liberals

    Hanoi Jane keeps popping up with her 'apologizing' I'd suggest she go to the Wall and apologize to each and every name on there. Then LEAVE and STFU, heck she can take our commie in chief with her.

  • JacksonPearson

    Apology NOT accepted.
    There's nothing this rotten, traitorous bitch, can ever do, to make her Vietnam transgressions right.

  • JakeTobias

    Totally oblivious. Without her fame, or those cameras, clearly, those men would rape, and kill her. Just like her sister Vanessa Redgrave, doing a rifle dance in front of rapist, murdering, Islamic men. And they say they are afraid of American soldiers. That is, if they aren't calling them lairs, or hypocrites. Meanwhile, Jane made a second fortune, not with just exercise videos, but with Jane Fonda exercise cloths. No doubt made by children in Asian sweat shops. And apparently, Hollywood liberals have never been told, fame is contrary to the collective good. Like I said; oblivious.

  • elixelx

    And what would have been the alternative had America NOT fought Communism there, and the Russians in Afghanistan, and Sadaam in Kuwait and in Iraq and Hitler and Hirohito in WWII
    You are a wussy-pussy! You are Vlad the Impaled!

  • Doug Book

    Two words for you, Hanoi Jane.

  • Western Spirit

    Jane Fonda is a spoiled brat. One of my kids went to Vassar where Jane also attended years before; word there is that the school sent her back to her dorm demanding she wear white gloves for an occasion of importance.

    She came back wearing the white gloves as demanded—and nothing else.

    • e_bev

      That fits. Your information would be news, itself, if The Media were not so low, themselves.

  • jakespoon

    To turn on your fellow countrymen when in a situation as were our P.O.W.'s in Viet Nam,whether right or wrong,is despicable.You,someone who obviously thinks they're a bad-ss by your nom de plume , would be crying for mommy and selling your friends and brothers out just to make your life eaiser. You are beneath contempt, as is Ms. Fonda. Change your name to Quisling.

  • Ghostwriter

    My mother was part of the anti-war movement back then. From what she told me,she didn't like what Jane Fonda was doing. She thought it tarred the anti-war movement with an unneeded stain. I wonder how she'll react when I tell her that Jane Fonda apologized for what happened back then?

  • UCSPanther

    She should try telling that the Vietnam Vet who shot a well-aimed stream of tobacco juice on her face during her book signing.

    I'm sure he'll be up for another round.

  • Dennis Habern

    So much for the education of the elite. I would have loved to have witnessed a young Jane Fonda
    in her birthday-suit with white gloves. It could not have gotten any better than that.

  • Dennis Habern

    I would have loved to have observed a young Jane Fonda, dressed in her birthday suit, with two

    white patches to cover her private hands, if you follow.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Jane Fonda, one of the few people in my life that I have truly disliked……………..William

  • poptoy1949

    Treason is un- forgivable

  • Willy Rho

    If "Che" had "done her from behind", he could have shot her in the back of the head like the other 175 people he had murdered. He, "loved the smell of gun smoke as their blood splattered in his face". Of course it would have been just at the max, what a "Finale" that would have been for her. She would have remembered it for at least 2 milliseconds.

  • Guest

    Jane could be making movies with titles like: "I was a slu* for the Communist Party, or Communist Party Girl"…the possibilities are endless.

  • mlcblog

    She already ran this tired "apology" (NOT!!) of late in 2009, was it? when she tried to peddle her latest book. It was billed as an apology but she still claims and seems to have no clue as to her wrongdoing and hurtful disrespect she showed the men and the country that were sacrificing their very lives for her freedom to look so cute surrounded by her Viet Cong friends (Oh, the journalists, you know those people with cameras, made her do it? I'd bet you money that one or two of them were Tom Hayden's pals.

  • Navy wife

    When she finally croaks, her grave site will be a floating sea of urine from vets paying their last respects,

    • Gordon

      Sign me up. USMC Sgt, Vietnam, 1968 – 1969.

  • LibertarianToo

    Hanoi Jane -a stupid, vicious pig who, like any good commie, always knew how to grab the cash with both hands.

  • sas

    We haven't seen her ilk of traitorous vomit until the most recent inhabiting of the White House.

  • fanlad

    Hanoi Jane forever, enough said. Why waste my time.

  • FRANK TERRY

    As a Viet Nam veteran, I will not purhcase or watch any film movie, book or article that is authored, or reflects favorably on Jane Fonda. I remember when Hollywood promoted patriotism, and supported our troops overseas. Now the media the the educators associations brainwash our first, second and third grade students when they are most suseptical to socialist suggestions.

  • costa piperakis

    the only reason that"Hanoi jane" does any apologizing is she is not getting the offers she was getting."Oh I am sorry that my career is in the tube..My answer is I have a mistletoe hanging from my coat tail.govern your self accordingly.Probably a Sheik Obama lover too.

  • RonSr.

    My Mother bless her soul told me if I could not say anything good about some one not to say anything at all, and I can not think of one good thing to say about this commie traitor who should have been tried as a traitor and a spy and executed just as those POW's were executed, she should have been beaten to death while the world watched.

  • Ruth K.

    She is and ALWAYS will be a traitor to good decent men, like my husband. Any movie or show she is in is not watched in my home, EVER!

  • Michael

    She still is a leftist IDIOT. One who needs to keep her mouth closed.

  • Chicago Ray

    She didn't get 'to f**k Che Guevara" because she's been f&&king America ever since…. freaking t*amp..

  • nancy

    Just remember Lyndon Johnson was a Democrat president at this time during this Vietnam war. How come did Jane Fonda not protest him for escalating the war? Richard Nixon became a Republican president, who brought the troops home, saved them, and finally ended the war.

  • e_bev

    Jane, in the '80's there was a video of you, on tank, with weapon, stating that you wish an American chopper would fly over so that you could shoot it down. I saw it on a Sacramento television station. There must still be copies of it. Even if there are not, it happened, and hundreds of thousands of us saw it.

    Give up, Hanoi Jane. You are a traitor; and no amount of, "I don't recall," will change that. Disappear, and make sure that your grave is unmarked.

  • Shadowmerlin

    I would never show disrespect to Nancy Reagan's memory by going to see Hanoi Jane play her.

    • e_bev

      I second that!

  • gerry

    Why would anyone in their right mind ever go to the film with her as Nancy Reagan. Again still a leftist she believes that this apology will make everything right. Once she is finished and has her money it will be back to fondly reminiscing on how she had the opportunity to attempt to shoot down an American plane. She is a pos and her filkd should be boycotted by every loyal american.

  • WMS II

    Is there a statute of limitations for a treason charge?

  • Chastity

    I am a product of the 80s. I had just heard about this from a vet. That I take care of. I understand that there is other stuff circulating on the web about this also but with just this info, I would still think she is a traitor. If she believed in them so much she should have stayed over there instead of coming back to us. We have enough problems in our great nation without having people who do not respect our vets. I work with many of them and they all say the same thing, she can shove her apology, actions speak louder than words!

  • JoeP.

    While never in Country I was in the military during Vietnam and I am considered a V ietnam War era veteran. I along with many of my brother veterans still abhor the sight of this woman. How she continues to receive acclaim from the Hollywood Elite is beyond me. Even as liberal as they are the have to realize she was nothing short of a traitor and responsible for the death of at least 3 American POWS that we know of.

    I lost 3 friends there in the 60's and early 70's ; 1 army infantry, 1 marine and 1 Navy Pilot. All 3 good friends in fact, the pilot was MIA for 10 years until they finally acknowledged he was shot down and returned his remains to his family.

    So Jane don't tell me you are sorry 40 years later. If you were truly sorry you would have acknowledged it immediately. May since your career has floundered you decided to make amends.

    This Air Force Vet is not buying any of it.

  • rileo19669

    i have a hanoi jane urnal sticker a piss on every morning,need i say any more. by the way you can get them at gi joes in north attlebro mass.

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  • Ethel Hanson Korman

    Too little, too late, Hanoi Jane! You just want people to accept you playing Nancy Reagan In the movie, The Butler. Not going to happen here!

    • Susan Higgins

      Good for you

  • Daniel Mendoza

    Like Jane Fonda said “I will go to my grave with this.” Well, so are we!

  • Susan Higgins

    I am 65 lost many friends in Vietnam I can tell you right now I would slap jane the traiter across her face if I could only get to it.

    • nunya

      susan higgins could I watch you slap the crap out of that traitor communist pinko hanoi jane Nancy Reagan was a wonderful lady and this is just the biggest insult they could have done too bad none of our american snipers couldn’y have taken hanoi jane out in viet nam have a wonderful day susan

    • 2BlackCoffee71

      You did not lose your friends because of Fonda’s trip to Hanoi, you lost them because the Amerikan government sent your friends to a country where they had no business sending military into.

      • FrankTalk14

        No Amerikan soldier, I spelled it correctly. An even more correct spelling would be the Amerikkkan government. Capish now? And btw North Vietnam no longer exists, and Vietnam is no longer a “communist” country. But Amerikkka’s military-industrial complex still rules Amerikkka and brainwashes its people as much now as during the Vietnam war. Under both parties.

        • Dudley

          Of course Vietnam is a Communist country today, where are you getting your information from ?

      • Bigmactx1

        Your still an Idiot.

        • BlackCoffee07

          If it took you 9 months to figure that out then what does that make you?

    • Guest

      Ditto. She’s a disgrace to this country. They should have tried her for treason decades ago. Her apology was little more than blaming someone else for her own actions. Just like a Democrat! She should never have been there in the first place. Sorry Hanoi Jane, thousands upon thousands of American soldiers, young boys, 18 years old boys, were tortured while you were having a fun freakin’ photo opp. The harm you caused us beyond measure. We will never know how many died because of your actions. God may forgive you but as long as we live we will tell the hideous story of your betrayal, America will not forget! Confess your role in propagating the torture and death of our sons, brothers and friends. Until then, go away sister. We have no use for the likes of you. May God have mercy on your soul.

  • nosocialism

    So she has apologized for the photos. “So unfortunate that people view the photos the wrong way”… Bull. She has NOT apologized for her traitorous actions and I am thankful for the many that refuse to see her movies or support her career.

    • somatic60

      Agreed. Her place in history as being despicable has been cemented.

  • Oncewas

    I’m not going to pass judgment on Jane Fonda because she did prove to be a traitor and will have to pay the consequences of her actions no matter what. I WILL NOT go see the movie and am insulted that she would play Nancy Reagan. Please encourage others not to go see it…even out of curiosity.

  • lenhy

    It is not anyone’s job to forgive Jane or not forgive her. Who in the hell do you think you are?

  • Maxwell

    Hanoi-Jane will never be forgiven be the Vietnam veterans.
    (Those would be the veterans who’s job got harder after Fonda boosted the morale of the enemy)

  • Reb Bacchus

    Jane’s action encouraged the putrid treatment those of us who wore uniforms received by her fellow travelers. I was cursed, called unprintable names. If you don’t think that hurt, I hope you encounter the same to increase you “sensetivity.”

    Her actions caused ME pain and I did forgive her. Since she wore a “Hanoi Jane” Tee shirt to a promotion for “The Butler,” it’s pretty clear she didn’t mean her apologies. My forgiveness stands, but she doesn’t deserve it, and I’ll never do anything that might put a fraction of penny in her pocket.

  • themaggieyoung

    the logic behind the illogical Hanoi Jane hatred:
    http://themaggieyoung.blogspot.com/2013/12/hanoi-jane-unconscious-rage.html

  • war crime

    Jane was right and being a real american with brains and balls…To attack vietnam and murder her people who never did harm to the usa thereby violating american law, international law,violating their oaths to the constitution and their individual consciences…The attack on vietnam by the usa was TERRORISM…

    • Clockp

      So you regret not f***ing Che Guevera, too?? Become a White House czar, you’ll fit right in.

    • noprty

      You are right the war in Vietnam was a terrible mistake and a tragedy for our country and for our military. The captured flyers were officers, professional military but, don’t lose sight of the fact that they were ordered there by LBJ, the President and Commander in Chief , a democrat, supported by a congress controlled by democrats.

    • ameer jabril

      so that gives her a right to call men who were drafted and forced to fight war criminals? I don’t think so.

  • somatic60

    The maggot Fonda took personal notes slipped to her by the POWs and gave them back to the NVA, which resulted in the POWs being beaten severely. Fonda acted disgracefully. She epitomized what it means to be un-American.

  • Mister Lackey

    While Jane Fonda was providing comfort to the enemy, my father was put in harm’s way trying to serve his country and its obligations: she sat in that gunner’s seat as my father enjoyed a $100,000 bounty on his head in Vietnam.

    My family suffered tremendously through those years thanks to the likes of this damn fool, Jane Fonda. If I’m every confronted with her presence, rest assured I’ll slap some of the fool out of her.

  • 2BlackCoffee71

    That you were more outraged by Fonda’s trip to Hanoi than by the USA’s criminal and genocidal war against the Vietnamese people is mind-boggling, to say the least.

    • ameer jabril

      And what of the NVA’s atrocities on its own people that far eclipsed any of the casualties caused by the US. Funny how thats never brought up by people like u.

  • Bigmactx1

    Its how I will always feel.