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Joost should move on

2012-09-11 11:51
Joost van der Westhuizen
My view is that Joost is using the media and his illness to gain sympathy an unfortunately his getting away with it, because our sick society allows it. He messed up big time and continued doing it over the years without any regret.

Unfortunately life puts the wrong things right and he got caught and got sick. This is what happens when you think you can get away with betrayal and lies.
He must leave Amor alone now and let her move on with her life and hopefully find a decent man that can give her what Joost failed to do.

I also wouldn’t trust my kids in the care of a man who used to do or perhaps even still may do drugs and slept with anyone willing. He is clearly no role model and irresponsible. He may just fall and die or perhaps even whilst driving with the kids.

The man got what he deserved and he must now just do society a favor and stay away from the media.

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