Judgement Day

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Short comedy in which aliens discuss the future of humanity

Submitted: December 06, 2013

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“For the final agenda point. Humans” said Chairperson Gritt in his usual monotonous voice. He did not actually voice anything for all communication was achieved through telepathic transfer but even his thoughts seemed monotonous. “What do we do about them?”

“What do you mean ‘What do we do about them?’ I have never even heard of them” exclaimed General Shoe, leader of the Pan-Galactic Armies.

“Is this some kind of joke?” sneered Chintu of the Trade Guild.

There was an uproar as the representatives of the 68 evolved planets projected their distaste at such a pointless subject.

“Okay, hang on” said Chairperson Gritt trying to maintain a semblance of control on the situation. “Let me see who proposed this agenda point. It is a...err....God? Who is that? Please explain yourself.”

A small creature much like an Earth toad leapt onto the table and ribbeted apologetically. “IT WAS ME” he boomed. Some beings fell backwards with the sheer force of the thought being projected.

“Fine, let us hear your case and we will proceed to vote” sighed Chairperson Gritt. “Keep it brief”.

“I CREATED THE BEINGS CALLED HUMANS AND HAVE WATCHED THEM EVOLVE OVER 20 MILLENIA” roared God. Several attendees fainted. “BY MY CALCULATION IN THE NEXT MILLENIA THEY HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO DESTROY OUR CIVILISATION. WE NEED TO....”

“Destroy them first” interrupted General Shoe gleefully.

“Motion to destroy. Say aye” 67 thoughts echoed “Aye” across the room. “Motion granted. Adjourned”.

“OH BUGGER!! THAT DID NOT GO AS PLANNED” thought God.


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