How It fanale'd

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

In the last 3 days, noone knew how it was gonna go for all of us. They thought it was progress, and the only man who knew; they thought He was crazy. Until He wasn't.....

On the news, stories about government strikes... All here. At my homeland The United Indiginous lands of America. 

 I remember when the lands were free, music rang out, songs sang, people walked together in groups, kids playing outside. That don't happen anymore. Women are concubines, or freed. Freed if anyone is stogie enough to rolly into a gang camp and free some. Usually ends up in a lot of death, gangs laughing and branging to the military state police over the radio. Us Euros are not allowed to walk freely alot. Definitely not at night unless You have training. They call us EuroZero's. We are on indefinite probation in U.I.L.A. 

 I'll never forget the day it happened. June23rd, 2034. They called it Ghost purging day. 

 Any European who voted for American Coverage laws, got rounded up on sunday must mass, and put in camps. So for example, if You went to church, believed in democratic America, instead of the new ways imperial judgements. You were arrested. 

 That same day we were introduced to the Angel's guard. The government had found a way to trap and weaponize spirits. Angel's. 

 These Angel's were remote controlled and covered in armor piercing guns that had been fused with cockroach DNA. Made to survive nuclear fallout. They took out several small countries first, then Europe seceded. They destroyed most of it anyway. By 2039, U.I.L.A. had control of 3 continents. The rest of Us went into hiding. Faught when we could, survived underground, telling the stories to our children, about the day the world finaled. 


Submitted: January 04, 2022

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