Saturday, December 15, 2018

"Aid and Comfort": Jane Fonda in North Vietnam, INSTALLMENT XIV


"Aid and Comfort": Jane Fonda in North Vietnam evaluates Hanoi Jane’s wartime journey to the Communist regime by measuring it against the American law of treason. It is the only book proving that Hanoi Jane could have been indicted for, and convicted of, constitutional treason.

 Beginning on June 1, 2018, “Aid and Comfort:” Jane Fonda in North Vietnam began serialization on the first and fifteenth of every month for fourteen weeks, free of charge.
Installment XIV has now been posted. See This is the final Installment. It is the authors' hope that our book will stand as irrefutable proof of Jane Fonda's betrayal of her country.

If you believe that the harsh spotlight of constitutional treason must be shined on Hanoi Jane’s 1972 pilgrimage to our North Vietnamese  enemies, please circulate this information as widely as possible.

A petition dealing with Jane Fonda’s conduct in North Vietnam can be found at 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I met you a few years ago at your home a bit east of El Gancho in Santa Fe. I am a Vietnam Vet who served with the Army, 101st Airborne Division, 1/327th Infantry and the "Tiger Force" which had been initially started by Colonel Hackworth in Korea. "Going to out guerilla the guerillas!" There are now several books written about the unit, "Special Men" by Dennis Foley, and the book put out by the Toledo Blade calling us "Baby Killers". Most recently "Tiger Force "Inward Search Three... Over" by Leo Haney.
I have been getting installments of your writings, forwarded by Yankee Jim as I am on the 327th mailing list. I signed up with both my e-mails (pappy 117, and this one.) It is always with simpatico and a feeling of kindred spirit when I encounter your intellect, and am thus appreciative of your efforts, and would be remiss if I didn't encourage you with an expression of my gratitude for your labors in this arena, and proffer a thanks.
Terresa and I moved away from Santa Fe about 2 and a half years ago and now live in Rio Rancho and I have been spending a bit of time in Bernalillo which is an interesting contrast to Santa Fe.
I am not sure where you moved to, after you left Santa Fe. I believe I was introduced to you by one of your workers. I am thinking Marc Pacheco, but having been involved in many projects in Santa Fe, with a lot of different assistants, it could have been someone else.
Take care of yourself, it is great having you around.
I was wounded 3 times during my 67/68 tour, and lost quite a few good soldiers and friends. We have a dwindling crowd of Tiger Force members at the reunions, and for the small group that were there during my stint with the Tigers, it is now down to fewer fingers than on my hands, (of which Leo Haney and I are two). (You can catch former images of me with a Google Search of "Dan Clint Tiger Force". Which also indicates I am not as "absent" when it comes to actual combat, as someone like John Kerry. My nearest extinction came from an upper tier miscommunication that resulted in the dropping of 4 five hundred pound bombs on an artillery position that I chanced to be at when returning from the hospital. It killed 12 disappeared two and wounded 35. (Firebase Birmingham).
At that time a fellow Tiger Force member (Richards) and I became replacements for the men on the 4 deuce mortars that had been taken out by the bombs. Richards is still alive, living in PA and he came to a small reunion in Lakewood Colorado last year with his wife.