She really WAS a traitor!

SHE  REALLY WAS A TRAITOR!!

and now Obama wants to honor the HER

In  Memory of

My  brother -in- law

LT.  C.Thomsen Wieland

Who  spent 100 days at the Hanoi Hilton

IF  YOU NEVER FORWARDED

ANYTHING  IN  YOUR  LIFE FORWARD THIS SO THAT EVERYONE WILL  KNOW!!!!!!

She  really is a traitor

A TRAITOR  IS ABOUT TO BE HONORED

KEEP THIS MOVING ACROSS  AMERICA

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.'

BY BARBRA  WALTERS

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 frenzied  application of a  wooden

baton.

From  1963-65, Col. Larry Carrigan was 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 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 Vietnam in  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 Fonda's 'war  criminals....'

When 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 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.

RONALD D.  SAMPSON, CMSgt, USAF

716 Maintenance Squadron, Chief  of

Maintenance

DSN: 875-6431

COMM: 883-6343

PLEASE  HELP BY

SENDING  THIS

TO EVERYONE

IN YOUR  ADDRESS

BOOK. IF  ENOUGH

PEOPLE SEE  THIS

MAYBE  HER

STATUS WILL

CHANGE

 

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