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Jane Fonda: Six decades of lust, controversy and revolution on and off screen

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15 hours ago, Pilotman said:

A traitor to her own country during the Vietnam War and a disgrace in the eyes of all who served there.  Her unforgivable actions in Hanoi at the height of the War deserve our utter condemnation.     

A good lady stood up against American aggression.It was a good day when the Vietnamese finally ran them off.

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Just now, giddyup said:

Support what, an unnecessary war? You want to talk atrocities, try My Lai.

the pilots who were imprisoned.  Nobody supports the atrocities that happened, they were unforgivable, but the prisoners in Hanoi, the vast majority pilots flying out of Thailand and the Navy ships in the Gulf , still needed support.  if you can't see that, then  i am sorry for you. 

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3 minutes ago, giddyup said:

I feel sorry for the thousands that were killed unnecessarily on both sides, for the use of Agent Orange, for leaving thousands of landmines in Laos and Cambodia to blow off limbs of innocent children and civilians, and the US still hasn't learned it's lesson.

of course; we all do.  Things have moved on from that time and smart weapons are much smarter than ever they were and civilian casualties have been greatly reduced.  The fact is the US and its allies should not have been there in the first place.  However, seeing this stupid cow sitting in an anti aircraft gun in Hanoi was hardly helping  understanding.  She was used, as are all mentally deficient people like her.   

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1 hour ago, thaibeachlovers said:

She made 2 good movies, IMO.

-Klute- -Coming home- 

 

 

 

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Just now, giddyup said:

All those US servicemen that were conscripted were used as well.

of course they were, it was ever thus.  Throughout history, the Military have been ill used by the political class and then abandoned after their use was over.  She was one of the architects of that abandonment for US pilots. I am amazed that America ever forgave her, or let her continue to live in the US.    

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14 hours ago, Pilotman said:

a treacherous bitch. 

Other treacherous bitches and bastards =

 

The Vietnam War, Part I: Early Years and Escalation - The Atlantic

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

the pilots who were imprisoned.  Nobody supports the atrocities that happened, they were unforgivable, but the prisoners in Hanoi, the vast majority pilots flying out of Thailand and the Navy ships in the Gulf , still needed support.  if you can't see that, then  i am sorry for you. 

One word for you - GitMo

Not so long ago -

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25 minutes ago, giddyup said:

Support what, an unnecessary war? You want to talk atrocities, try My Lai.

And Calley is still alive!

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