How Much More Suffering Can Our Hearts Bear!?


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If my heart weren’t so convicted, I would simply throw my hands up in disgust and quit,  just simply stop caring…But sadly, as I watch people slowly and wantonly destroy our Republic, it angers my heart to no end that my Granddaughters will not know nor experience this once Exceptional Nation in the manner that I had grown since birth to love and adore so dearly, and yet my anger invigorates me to fight onward.

These misguided people and their politically correct white champions have stolen away this precious Republics symbols of Faith & Freedoms from my Grand Baby’s eyes, they have silenced the Beautiful Patriotic Songs from their ears, and have blackened out the Precious Memories of Her Memorials from their minds, thus crushing the Patriotic Spirit from their Hearts & Souls…

They have pridefully perverted, sullied and corrupted everything that was once so great and beautiful about this Nation and they relish in that, they are gleeful in their smugness as they celebrate upon Her destruction and in our suffering….

What a terrible loss to our Grandchildren this Republic is going to be for them, to never had experience this Nation at Her finest.

I cannot, nor will I ever allow myself to pay respect to those who do not respect our Nations Flag, they are demanding we validate their lives, yet they reject that which symbolizes and validates their Freedoms, casting away all of those who fought and sacrificed so much underneath Her Old Glory to ensure that they remain always Free…

How do they dare look upon our faces and then spit on them, how will they ever validate their actions!?

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Convict on trial for murder of Jane van Zyl, April 2008, Bergvliet: trial March 4 2014 Cape High Court || Courtesy: Censorbugbear.org


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SIX YEARS after the murder of Mrs Jane van Zyl in April 2009 in Bergvliet, West Cape, the trial starts of a Grassy Park convict. Gershwin Hartzenberg on March 4 2014 in the Cape High Court. The trial was started after a determined campaign for justice by her widower Smiley van Zyl, who lodged formal complaints of negligence in a civil action law suit against the South African Minister of Police, its Minister of Justice and its Director of National Prosecution. Van Zyl has asked people to support him in his quest for justice for his murdered wife.
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February 28 2014 – as reported in Weslander weekly newspaper: “Smiley van Zyl, whose wife Jane was fatally wounded by a convicted criminal six years ago, is moving to Langebaan with his new wife, Robin-Leanne.

Van Zyl made a vow at his wife’s death bed in April 2008 that he would turn her murder into something meaningful, that she would not have died in vain.
Read more at http://www.censorbugbear.org/genocide/convict-on-trial-for-murder-of-jane-van-zyl-april-2008-bergvliet-trial-march-4-2014-cape-high-court#eW6bmT8XbpYtmEuM.99

SIX YEARS after the murder of Mrs Jane van Zyl in April 2009 in Bergvliet, West Cape, the trial starts of a Grassy Park convict. Gershwin Hartzenberg on March 4 2014 in the Cape High Court. The trial was started after a determined campaign for justice by her widower Smiley van Zyl, who lodged formal complaints of negligence in a civil action law suit against the South African Minister of Police, its Minister of Justice and its Director of National Prosecution. Van Zyl has asked people to support him in his quest for justice for his murdered wife.
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February 28 2014 – as reported in Weslander weekly newspaper: “Smiley van Zyl, whose wife Jane was fatally wounded by a convicted criminal six years ago, is moving to Langebaan with his new wife, Robin-Leanne.

Van Zyl made a vow at his wife’s death bed in April 2008 that he would turn her murder into something meaningful, that she would not have died in vain.

Read More Here: Convict on trial for murder of Jane van Zyl, April 2008, Bergvliet: trial March 4 2014 Cape High Court

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Tears as killer flower seller gets life

A broken man after being sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Bergvliet resident Jane van Zyl, city flower seller Gershwin Hartzenberg’s fate was sealed yesterday as he was led past the Van Zyl family to the holding cells in the Western Cape High Court.

While tears streamed down Hartzenberg’s cheeks as his family and supporters bade him farewell, Smiley van Zyl, Jane’s widower, fought back tears of joy and promised to follow through with his vow to his deceased wife that she would never be just “another statistic”.

In the tense Court 8 courtroom yesterday where the Van Zyl supporters and Hartzenberg supporters were forced to squeeze in next to each other, Hartzenberg stood with his hands behind his back in the dock, eyeing only family and friends as Judge Siraj Desai delivered his sentence.

Hartzenberg, who was earlier found guilty on all five charges against him, was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder and theft.

Read More Here:  http://www.censorbugbear.org/genocide/convict-on-trial-for-murder-of-jane-van-zyl-april-2008-bergvliet-trial-march-4-2014-cape-high-court?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+censor-bugbear+%28CENSORBUGBEAR%29