Something is not very right just occurred at Seksyen 2A, Antara Gapi, Serendah. As a loyal citizen of Malaysia, we were embedded with kindness and humility since the ever beginning of our life. In our school day, we are taught and educated to respect the constitution by pledging our self to "Rukun Negara":
Kepercayaan Kepada Tuhan,
Kesetiaan Kepada Raja dan Negara,
KESOPANAN DAN KESUSILAAN.
"Kesopanan dan Kesusilaan" meaning courteous and ethic in English manner. But what could possibly "courteous and ethic" can meant to our heart. At Seksyen 2A Antara Gapi these terms never applied at all. The best method is to PUSH AND SLAP!
I do believed that everyone of us has been tendered by our parent not to do harm against disables and eldest. They really taught us how to respect them by giving hand to those who in primary need, the eldest and disables.
But here, at Seksyen 2A, Antara Gapi, the climate is not in good condition. The latest incident that occurred on Thursday night (15 Nov 2011) has shocked the world with a tyranny act of two "devil-faces" that pretend to be a humble human. I beg for forgiveness if the term "devil-faces" is not suited for them but I think it is the best word to characterize what they had done.
Why? Because of those two "dark witches" dare to apply the very aggressive approaches to settle the conflict with PERSAGA's personnel. The main thing here is they were so heartless pushing the eldest and without hesitate slapping a disable citizen of Antara Gapi. What a "dark-hearten" you got there. Even our little munchkin know how to respect the eldest and disable but sadly these well-educated, matured and good-looking (not good-looking at all) folks here blinded by their arrogant and foolishness.
YANG TUA DIHORMATI BUKAN "DITOLAK BADANNYA"!! (Gambar hiasan)
ORANG KURANG UPAYA HARUS DISAYANGI "BUKAN DITAMPAR"!! (Gambar hiasan)
Bertaubatlah dan cari jalan Allah supaya kita semua tidak tergolong di dalam golongan orang-orang yang berhati SYAITAN MENYAKITI ORANG-ORANG YANG LEMAH.
Pentadbiran Blog PERSAGA
21 Nov 2011