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Home - The Toy Soldiers Skip to content Menu Home About Blog Contact Welcome The Toy Soldiers About Me This book is about my experience in the South African Military. Although many books have been written about the South African Border war hardly any have been written about the war much closer to home, the so called Township War. Someone once said that South Africa was the only country in the world where you could be at war during the day and be home at Five to mow the lawn. It was that complicated. During night times and over weekends the South African Townships where burning. And the Nationalist Party ministers used us, Nineteen year old boys to try and bring some order to the areas so that they could keep their sons and daughters at University. All was well as far as the everyday citizen could see. The truth is that all was not well, there was a war out there and people were dying. Heads of homes, women, children…..neighbours were even turning on each other and burned each other’s houses. SDU’s (The ANC’s Self Defence Units)were running amok….completely out of control. In a screwed up way they can’t even be blamed ! It was a mess….but I am now running away with the story! I am writing this book for my son Nathan. I want him to understand my past. I want him to see what I once did for a living in the South African Military. I want him to know that I chose to be there and even though we went through some sad stuff, we also had a blast. I learnt to respect people there, people from all spheres of life. I learnt not to judge people on the colour of their skin or what language they speak or what economic background they from. I am writing this book in English. But it is hard, not because I am a Afrikaner “laaitie”…but because my military experience was in Afrikaans. Some things can only be said in Afrikaans. I realise that bad language and especially the nasty swearing type of words do not belong in good company. But those of you that were there will understand that “fok” does not have the same meaning in Afrikaans as it has in English. To be quite honest “fok” or “fokket” like it is more commonly used can be the most descriptive and sometimes even the most beautiful phrase ever used. So I want to apologise if I offend. I need to tell this story as accurate as possible. So please try to look past the ugly and keep on reading. To my mates…. Baas Koos….I will explain later why the name…..maybe I won’t….actually I definitely won’t. This is for you. Pypie who told the lady at the liquor store in WalvisBay that even though she had to lift the price of the Red Heart Rum, he still considered it a absolute bargain…..this is for you. Mike Burger, fearless Soutie, this is for you. Mannetjies, killed by a crocodile, sorry I went into a hysterical fit of laughter when I heard about it. I meant no disrespect…I just could not imagine any other way you would die…it had to be extreme. I don’t even know if you have a son or a daughter, but if you do, let the world know their father was an absolute giant of a man. Best there is. An absolute hero in my eyes. At the time I would have died for you guys. But sorry boys, not anymore……I am now married to the most beautiful women in the world and she is hot for my bod! But lets start the story. Read The Book I am writing this book in the form of a blog, one chapter per article. Chapter 1 – High School Boys Like Boer War leaders the names of Dawie Jonk, Pieter De Waal, Johan Prinsloo and a few others are being recited to us by our deputy principal, Fielies Fourie. He… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Sep 22, 2015 Chapter 2 – The Train Trip and Peeing in a Glass The boxed shape Audi turn into Bethlehem station. Oh man …..this was it. I was crapping myself, but did not dare show it to my parents. All of us were… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Sep 30, 2015 Chapter 3 – Starting Basics So twenty-six years later I am sitting in the Dentist’s office , waiting for the pain monster in his white coat to appear and keeping myself occupied by writing this… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Oct 11, 2015 Chapter 4 – Continuing Basics and a Snow Cone At first I did not realize someone was shooting at us. I only saw the sparks on the tar road, almost like a naughty kid throwing stones at us. But… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Oct 23, 2015 Chapter 5 – An Ice Cold Coke and other Desert Tricks Who remembers the Flossie or Hercules 130 Aeroplane? Big beast of a machine. Super reliable and it had been serving the African continent for decades. For every luxury car ever… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Nov 3, 2015 Chapter 6 – Heybo, this car can drive on its roof! It was like Christmas morning to me. Today we were given our brand new Caspirs! For those of you that don’t know what a Caspir is, get a freaking life!… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Nov 8, 2015 Chapter 7 – Let’s Keep It Honest To try and explain township life in South Africa during the late eighties/early nineties, to someone today, is very difficult, almost impossible. This is very hard to write about. I… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Nov 22, 2015 Chapter 8 – Fear Yesterday I was chatting to a good friend. He told me about one night, he can remember, as being the most scared ever. He also served in the military, about… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Dec 4, 2015 Chapter 9 – Meeting 32 Battalion for the First Time Since the mineral revolution of the late 19th century, “migrant labor” in South Africa referred not only to workers coming into South Africa from neighboring countries, but also to a… 0 By Niel Bruwer|Jan 9, 2016 Chapter 10 – Funerals Fire…count to five….fire… count to five….fire. One, two, three and…. for fuck sakes, flipping David Campbell pulled the trigger. Doos……now we are all in kak! 0 By bradmin|Jun 27, 2016 Contact Me Drop me a message and don’t forget to subscribe for updates. Your Name (required) Your Email (required) Your Message Copyright ? Niel Bruwer 2016 | Built by BrandRank Whois