TWO video clips surfaced on social media last month showing secondary students flaunting their association with the notorious Gang 24 triad group and “terrorising” a school in Klang.
The videos sparked a public outcry. Netizens called on authorities to take punitive action against the teenagers. They also played the blame game over what they saw as a failure of “the system” to educate these youth.
It’s easy to point fingers, but have we asked ourselves about the role we should have played, but failed to, thus contributing to this social illness?
German author Jean Paul once said: “The conscience of children