Epitaph: The Late, Great United States

Zen Gardner – Before Its News February 21, 2012

It’s over. The sacrifice is done. A lone bugle plays weak, warbled taps as the smoke drifts from the ruins into the dark, grey sky.
America is finished. The plan is executed.
The labored shuffle of straggling survivors is heard as the rubble continues to slowly crumble. The jagged silhouette of a once proud metropolis looms in the background like the set of an old war movie.
Only this was no movie.

One Thing Led To Another..

And then it was over. Only now could the warnings be heard in the survivors’ ears. Awake? If so, too late.
An eerie gasp of collective horror fills human consciousness as the news reaches distant shores, arriving like limp waves lapping in the misty silence, lonely drenched survivors dragging themselves up the beach.
Wailing and supplication erupt from humanity and saturate the heavens.
It was not just America. Israel, the trigger used to start the conflagration, is immolated. Only this Phoenix will never rise again.  Iran is pocked with craters between vast flattened landscapes. Russia and China survive but badly wounded. The UK and other NATO countries in Europe also took major hits, as did Syria, Lebanon, India and Pakistan for entering the fray. Almost all US and NATO bases are gone or inoperable. Not bad in itself, but they brought devastation to scores of their host countries. 
The human toll is inestimable. Recovery is not an option.
Now it’s survival.
I Ask You: Is This What You Want?

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