Microfiction – The Note

Whoever finds this note, what I tell you is the truth. So tell all who will listen.

In my time, many people foolishly voted for corrupt politicians hell-bent on destroying freedom for their own gain. And while others fought against them, there were not enough.

In the years following, all perished from wars and man-made disasters. All but one if this goes unread.

If it is read, I pray you are heard. Because I, too, found a note, but nobody listened.

Microfiction – Of Course

“First, we take their guns, for their own safety, of course.

“Next, we take their healthcare, for their own safety, of course.

“Finally, we digitize their money, for their own safety, of course.”

“Justin, don’t you mean for our safety?”

“Of course, Joe, but we can’t tell them.”

“Oh, right, I knew that.”

“So, when are you going to get those damn American guns?”

“Not sure. My puppet master hasn’t pulled my gun confiscation strings yet.”

Microfiction – Flip It

“Puppet, come in here. I have a job for you.”

“What is it, Sir?”

“I want you to have all the school kids sent home with a summer reading list that teaches racism. We need those little ones to hate each other based on a person’s skin color.”

“People of color have spent years fighting racism, Sir. The media will crucify us.”

“It won’t be a problem; the books teach kids how to be racist against whites.”