Only this time it's not to save her reputation which has been in the toilet since she joined the 'other side' during the Viet Nam War.
Her fight this time is to reestablish herself as a movie star. I don't believe she's made a movie since her one woman show in Viet Nam, and if she did nobody cared to pay for the honor of watching a traitor perform on stage.
Only that ditz, Barbara Walters, had the gumption to honor Hanoi Jane as one of the greatest women of the past century. I wrote an article about this travesty of decency that appears somewhere on my list of articles. What I failed to say there was "Come on, Babs. You're older than me. You know full well what she did. Don't you remember? Don't you care?"
This latest movie is called GEORGIA RULE, and is either directed or produced by her son-in-law, who's too young to realize the crimes this woman committed against our troops. So here's a bit of the article I wrote about Barbara Walters.
`When you honor Jane Fonda on your 100 years of great women program, will you show her sitting in a North Korean--Viet Cong--battlefield playing with anti-aircraft guns while pretending to be shooting our troops out of the air? This was much to the delight of North Korean soldiers who stood around while she clapped her hands in glee and rolled her eyes at them flirtatiously. I've seen this video too many times to believe she's not a traitor'.
Or will the story of what she did to our men in a concentration camp, imprisoned by the Viet Cong, be shown in movie shorts prior to the viewing of GEORGIA RULE? Jane went to Hanoi to prove that the beautifully wondrous--in her opinion--Viet Cong were not torturing our troops. The day she showed, the troops had been bathed, fed something other that moldy food, and given clean prison uniforms. Hey, Jane was coming. Let's put the act on.
Our troops, in a need to get the true story out, wrote their social security numbers, names and short statements regarding the abuse they were suffering at the hands of the Viet Cong on small scraps of paper. The scraps were folded and when Hanoi Jane did a review of the troops like a general scrutinizing his men, she shook their hands at which time the men slipped the scraps of paper to her. When all of the scraps were gathered, she gave them to the Viet Cong officer in charge of the concentration camp. The beatings the men later suffered as a result of her callous indifference killed several of them.
Thanks, Jane. Are you certain you wish to remain in the country? After all, the way you were rolling your eyes at the enemy, I thought you were ready to move in with one and bear his children.
If you think this wretch deserves to profit from GEORGIA RULE then by all means see the picture. However, you have to realize that this makes you as bad as her.