Never Forget Hanoi Jane Fonda

This is an email I received from a friend.

and  now OBAMA wants  to honor her  ……!!!!

In Memory  of my  brother -in-  law
LT.  C.Thomsen  Wieland who spent  100 days at the Hanoi  Hilton



She  really is a traitor


This  is for all the kids born in the 70’s who  do
not remember, and didn’t have to bear  the
burden that our fathers, mothers and  older
brothers and sisters had to  bear..

Jane  Fonda is being honored  as one of the
‘100 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 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  1968, 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 PJ’s, 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  was dragged  away. During  the subsequent beating, he fell forward
on to  the camp Commandant’s feet, which sent that  officer berserk.

In  1978, the Air Force Colonel still suffered  from
double  vision (which permanently ended  his flying  career) from the Commandant’s  frenziedapplication  of a wooden  baton.

From  1963-65, Col. Larry Carrigan was in  the
47FW/DO  (F-4E’s). He spent 6 years in  the ‘Hanoi  Hilton’,,, the first three of which  his family  only knew he was ‘missing in action’.
His  wife lived on faith that he was still  alive.
His  group, too, got the cleaned-up, fed  and 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 were alive and still  survived. Each man secreted a  tiny piece of  paper, with his Social Security  Number 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 all the little pieces of  paper..

Three  men died from the subsequent beatings. Colonel  Carrigan was almost number four but he survived,  which is the only reason we
know of  her actions that  day.

I  was a civilian economic development  advisor
in  Vietnam, and was captured by the  North Vietnamese  communists in South Vietnamin 1968, and  held prisoner for over 5  years.

I spent 27  months in solitary confinement;  one year in a  cage in Cambodia; and one year in a ‘black box’  in Hanoi My North Vietnamese captors  deliberately poisoned  and murdered a female missionary,  a nurse in  a leprosarium in Ban me Thuot,  South Vietnam,  whom I buried in the jungle near  the
Cambodian border.
At one  time, I weighed only about 90 lbs. (My normal  weight is 170 lbs)

We  were Jane Fonda’s ‘war  criminals….’

When  Jane Fonda was in Hanoi, I was asked  by
the camp  communist political officer if I  would be  willing to meet with  her..

I  said yes, for I wanted to tell her about the  real
treatment  we POWs received… and how different  it was from the treatment purported  by the North  Vietnamese, and parroted by her as
‘humane  and lenient.’

Because  of this, I spent three days on a  rocky
floor on  my knees, with my arms  outstretched with a  large steel weights placed on my  hands, and  beaten with a bamboo cane.

I  had the opportunity to meet with Jane  Fonda
soon  after I was released. I asked her if she would  be willing to debate me on TV. She never did  answer me.

These  first-hand experiences do not  exemplify
someone  who should be honored as part of ‘100 Years of  Great Women.’ Lest we  forget….’ 100 Years of Great Women’ should  never include a traitor whose hands  are covered  with the blood of so many  patriots.

There  are few things I have strong  visceral
reactions  to, but Hanoi Jane’s 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.

716  Maintenance Squadron, Chief  of
DSN:  875-6431
COMM:  883-6343

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  1. I suppose I can get behind this, as long as she is listed among the top 100 traitors. (as yet unpunished)

    Other than that, I can’t see where she has stepped above personal interest and self promotion even once.

    The blood on her hands has been scrubbed at and hidden by various groups in the United States for years now. All of these groups are of the same treasonous strip that fonda is.

    You will find these groups involved in the social politics of today and fully in support of a socialist administration in DC.

  2. Thank you for your comment. I totally agree.

  3. There are several of these type that I agree are in offices today that are treasonous traitors and are the reason that our once prisoners were treated so badly and will,,,be dealt with by God as to what they did,,since God lnows everything, why and to what extent he is the final judge. In my books this should be exposed to All asap, along with the same plan that God-less murderers are doing today,,and these people are in support, or are in our natn’l government.

  4. how the whole world does not look upon her as a traitor is beyond me. for obama to give her an award does not surprise me in the least. they both have an ax to grind with America.

  5. It is hard to believe that this traitor just goes on as if she were a true citizen – What bullshit. It’s hard for me to look at her without getting pissed off at all the damage she did. Yet, she smiles, puts on the air and pretends to be a U.S. Princess. She can’t just rake what she did under the rug and go on being the star. She can’t do anything now to redeem herself. She was a traitor before and always will be.
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  6. Why isn’t this in the papers and broadcasted to let people know what she did? What can do so that she isn’t honored?

  7. this traitor should be sent back to nam permantly… i’ll bet her folks are turning over in their graves…

  8. I am a former Vietnam Vet and I would not piss on her if she was standing next to me on fire! She is a TRAITOR in the biggest sense of the word!

  9. She is a traitor bitch,and I wouldn.t piss on her if she was on fire!!!! I know people personally who was there and the stories they told me were horrific. OH YEA!!! Obama honoring her duh! imagine that he’s just as bad. All you who voted for him, HOW DO YOU LIKE HIM NOW!!

  10. F!@# Hanoi Jane!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. How quickly people forget the names on that infamous wall,and the deeds of those responsible for causing the deaths of so many.LBJ,McNamara,and Jane Fonda all played a part.They should be reviled by any true patriot,not honored.

  12. this traitor and odama and all the rest of you people that think any one should honor people like this need to spend time in a place like the Hanoi Hilton like we and our friends did and so many did not come back .(WHY WOULD ANY ONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND EVEN THINK OF HONORING SOMETHING LIKE HER OR ANY OTHER TRAITOR . THERE WAS A TIME WHEN TRAITORS WERE SHOT. THINK ABOUT IT.

  13. Obama wants to laud Fonda? She is no doubt a traitor and Obama is the second enemy communist president this country has elected.

  14. My husband was in Vietnam, he still hates that women over what she did. There is a big age difference between us, while he was there, I was playing with dolls.

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