Three Step to Genocide

April 10, 2006

Step One:
In a county, built on the history of rebels, is now passing legislation to imprison for life any rebel or hint of rebelion on sight. The government officials pressing for this edict have secretly ployed staged examples of why this must be done. A national momument of heavy pride is left in dust and rubble. The people, screming in revenage and sorrow for their lost national treasture, quickly pass the bill. Little did they know that life in this county would never be the same.

As time proceeds and flows forth, innocents were accused as rebels and quickly confined and locked. An lonely island off in unmarked unexplorer terrority is now this nation’s might prision of the innocent. The people, now know of their mistakes, they now live in fear, they now regret their choices.

Our hero’s grandfather is taken and jailed. A wise man that knew too much. Since the death of her parents, her grandfather has been the only family she’s ever known. Now alone, but knowing, will he be able to change the world?

Step Two:
To be continued.

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2 Responses to “Three Step to Genocide”


  1. Very amazing site! I wish I could do something as nice as you did…mary


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