This is not about the question asked of every freethinker at least five thousand times during his or her life. This has nothing to do with, “What if you’re wrong?”
I am not the kind of person to buy into conspiracy theories. I usually laugh at those that engage in such apocalyptic-style musings with a serious tone that resonates with, “Look at me, I’m a moron.” I have engaged in “what if” scenarios, but only in fun and as a mental exercise.
I have to admit that my position of conspiracy abstinence has been extremely difficult to maintain in our current political environment (It is Viagra for the conspiracy theory). It is difficult, indeed, but not to the point that I have succumbed to the ramblings of grand conspiracies, the complete eradication of our rights, and the destruction of the constitution.
It is not hard to draw conspiracy theories based on some of the events we witness on the news and read in the newspaper. The golden nugget of information about the only problem state being governed by the brother of the candidate that lost the popular vote is enough to send any conspiracy theorist into premature ejacul… um, uh, speculation.
I am now going to break the chains of logic and anti-conspiracy and play the conspiracy game. I do this not because I believe this scenario to be true. I do this because it is fun to do and I could not think of anything else to write about. Is there really a conspiracy? Are we about to see the end of the world, as we know it? Moreover, what is this I keep hearing about the Idiot Heir?
Before we get started with this completely fabricated story (that was a hidden disclaimer within a larger disclaimer, by the way) let me reemphasize that this is completely out of fun and is for entertainment purposes only. While some characters that I use are actual people (some are imaginary), the actions I describe are made-up and the events and actions thereof never happened (not that I know of, anyway). I guess I should also add that I hope my story remains a fabrication.
Therefore, our story begins…
Containment Center AL-15, Mobile County, Alabama
Tomorrow I will die at the hands of others.
The OIC stopped by our cellblock this morning and informed us that we will transfer to the Coliseum tomorrow. Those that have gone to the Coliseum before us did not return.
I do not know what day it is and I can only guess at the month. The weather feels like October, but I cannot be sure. What I do know is that I arrived here in April 2006. I am also certain that I am still in Alabama because the truck ride from downtown Mobile was not very long.
During the day we work. Those that do not work go to the Coliseum. Many have volunteered to go to the Coliseum and get it over with quickly rather than working for the USCA via the CSOCA police. I chose to work because I only have one life to live and I still had hope that the nightmare would end. Tonight I am second-guessing that decision.
I am finding it exceptionally hard to sleep tonight as my mind processes memories and thoughts…
The election of 2000 was an odd one. Men were not running for president. God and Jesus were. When I arrived to cast my vote, I would not have been surprised to see the Republican nominee listed as Jesus Christ and the Democratic nominee listed as God. It was the first election where I truly felt that I was voting for the lesser of two evils.
It is rare that anyone mentions the Florida fiasco anymore. There are many people talking about how we are witnessing the end. There is talk of a Nostradamus quatrain about the Idiot Heir and the astrological genre is bubbling with apocalyptic talk. If you look for coincidences, you will find them. I can take any quatrain of Nostradamus and match it to any historical or present event to justify my views. Psychics are making their typical general statements and the gullible public is buying it because they do not understand how to validate a prophecy.
Many that I consider my friends are also talking conspiracies and worrying about extreme reactions and actions. There is talk of destroying the constitution, making many civil liberties illegal, and running the United States like a Baptist Church. Most of us scoff at these “prophets” and worrywarts, insisting that Bush will never get anything accomplished.
Bush took office and Congress confirmed all of his cabinet nominees except Chavez, who dropped out before the hearings. We were all hoping they would deny Ashcroft, but they could not find anything juicy enough on him to prevent his approval.
The first three months had a few bumps. In early March, we learned that Jeb Bush ordered special recounts after CNN announced Gore as the winner of Florida, ultimately reversing the early results. This resulted in the arrest of several Republican heavyweights, but Ashcroft, under the guidance of Bush, dropped the charges and the cases. The Democrat that designed the punch card ballots in West Palm Beach admitted Republicans paid her to design the ballot as she did. Unfortunately, she died in a boating accident before she could testify. Surprisingly, the media did not really care that much about the Florida scandal.
Today, however, is a day of mourning and a day of concern. Last night Supreme Court justices Stephen Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Ginsburg, and John Stevens were riding in a limousine that wrecked on the I-95. The limousine exploded; killing and all four justices instantly. The nation is distraught over their sudden deaths, but there is already talk of replacements by the general public, political analysts, and the media. We are worried about who Bush will select to replace the four dead justices.
Today the hearings ended for the new Supreme Court justices. They approved all four nominees made by Bush. The most controversial nominee was Judge Moore from Alabama. The controversy was not over his famous Ten Commandments, but over his lack of experience. He had just started on the Alabama Supreme Court when Bush nominated him.
The other three judges were Judge Wolfe, a conservative from Tennessee, Judge Thompson, an ultra-conservative from Oklahoma, and Judge Barlow from Texas, an old college friend of George Bush. This places the conservative position within the Supreme Court to an 8-1 at worst and 7-2 at best. Watchdog groups across the United States are concerned, but the majority of Americans seem to be behind the confirmations.
Only time will tell…
There is a push of cases to the Supreme Court. The day that we have dreaded is coming near. After Congress confirmed the new justices, it did not take long for conservative states to start pushing ultra-conservative and religious laws.
Oklahoma passed a law banning all abortions. The ACLU initiated the lawsuit that is bringing the case to the Supreme Court. Louisiana reinstated their evolution disclaimer that specifically called for the teaching of the Biblical account of Creationism in Biology classes. Americans United led the way to bring this case to the Supreme Court. Florida started their Bible classes in high school again and added a class to the junior high and elementary level. Americans United, the ACLU, and PFAW joined forces to bring this case to the Supreme Court.
Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, South Carolina, Missouri, and Mississippi passed laws making prayer mandatory each morning in public schools. Ohio ignored the previous ruling on school vouchers and initiated a voucher plan for the entire state. Groups like the ACLU, PFAW, Americans United, Freedom Forum, Interfaith Alliance, and others are finding themselves financially tapped. They are also finding an American public that is beginning to side with the conservative view more and more every day.
As the cases head to the Supreme Court, the different organizations that can afford it have joined forces and created a united front called Americans United for the Constitution (AUC). There are doubts about whether they can pull it off politically and financially.
The FBI raided a meeting today between high-ranking officials of the AUC. Agents arrested most of the attendees. Attorney General Ashcroft in a press release stated that a video had surfaced showing everyone in attendance at a party. He stated that in the video showed most of them using drugs. He went on to say that in one part of the video a little girl was in the background. During their investigation, the little girl stated that everyone at the party had sexual relations with her. The little girl was 13-years-old.
Lawyers for the men and women arrested vehemently denied the allegations. They have accused the Bush administration of manufacturing the video. The media has suddenly found a slew of slanderous material from the past about everyone involved. The biggest targets of the investigation are Barry Lynn of Americans United, Nadine Strossen of the ACLU, Ralph Neas of PFAW, and Dan Barker of the FFRF.
Regardless of the protests by lawyers of the ACLU, PFAW, FFRF, and Americans United, the arrests will have a serious impact on the ability of the AUC to continue its legal battle against the rash of unconstitutional laws. The Supreme Court will hear the cases in March.
The Supreme Court has voted on the cases. Our concerns were justified when they voted 7-2 in favor of banning abortion, 8-1 in favor of making prayer mandatory in public schools, 8-1 in favor of teaching Biblical Creationism in Biology classes, 8-1 in favor of school vouchers, and 8-1 in favor of teaching Bible classes.
Within 48 hours of their last decision, other states began introducing legislation to comply with the Supreme Court’s decisions. President Bush and his cabinet held a press conference commending the outcome of the cases. The press conference began with a prayer by Bush that denounced atheists, homosexuality, and non-Christians.
The next day a few groups denounced Bush’s prayer as racist, bigoted, and anti-American. After the arrest of the AUC leaders, many groups are afraid to speak out and remain silent. The incident passed over quickly as if it had never happened.
Gay bashing has reached an all-time high and many deaths have resulted. Non-Christians in high schools around the country have been harassed, beaten, and in some cases, killed. Christians identify non-Christian easily because of the mandatory prayer programs initiated by 48 of the states.
Atheist groups around the country have begun to disband out of fear. Larger groups continue to debate, rally, and protest to no avail. Some smaller groups are hanging on and enduring the persecution, harassment, and increased hate mail and threats. An underground communications network has formed to keep fellow atheists informed of what is going on. Unfortunately, the system is plagued with moles.
Christian youth gangs are forming across the United States. Yesterday I saw a group of kids with Jesus shirts on beating a car with baseball bats. The car had a bumper sticker on it that said, “Freedom is the distance between church and state.”
I have told my children to participate in the prayers at school and to tell others that they are Christians. My children have learned to survive and lie very well in order to maintain their safety. I realized early on that there was a point where fighting the system was more dangerous than the system itself. I removed all my bumper stickers, closed down my Freethought group, and stopped attending the Unitarian fellowship months ago.
Two years ago, I was joking about how I should move up North to get away from the South or better yet, move to England or Australia. My family and I have started putting money aside to fly to England by next summer.
The Bush administration has decided to go after immigration over the last few months. Bush has halted all immigration into the country. The Canadian Prime Minister has protested the move and shut down the Canadian border preventing all United States citizens from entering Canada. The Mexican President applauded the Canadian Prime Minister’s actions and shut down the Mexican border. European countries are also denouncing the halt of immigration into the United States. Many are calling for a reprimand from the United Nations.
Several European countries have convened emergency sessions to discuss the turn of events in the United States and specifically the ban on immigration. We are all hoping that world pressure will alter the path that America is taking.
The majority of European countries have agreed to deny entry of United States citizens into their countries until the United States lifts its ban on immigration. This has destroyed our plans to leave the country and flee to England. On the positive, we have almost ten thousand in the bank to use.
The IRS shut down American Atheists this month for tax evasion. No one even questioned the evidence or asked about the circumstances. They have shut down other smaller groups, too. In the meantime, government funding of religious groups has increased almost 600% since Bush’s election.
My family is beginning to fear for our lives. While we have disassociated ourselves with all our ties to Freethought groups, there are still membership rosters out there that have my name on it. There are also people that have read my articles, my editorials, and know me personally as an atheist. Luckily, my children have successfully fooled the local schoolchildren and their teachers.
Americans reelected George Bush by default. No one came forward to run against him. As a matter-of-fact, there was no election because only ultra-conservative Republicans ran for office. Things are starting to look extremely bleak. Hate mail has increased, someone vandalized our house, slashed our tires, bashed my car windows, my children can no longer fake it with their friends, and we have permanently pulled them out of school.
Christian youth gang activity has increased. They are nationally organized. Anyone that looks gay goes down in a swarm of fists, boots, bats, and anything else anyone can grab. Underground human smuggling operations have begun into Canada and Mexico. They are arresting anyone caught crossing the border and taking them to detention centers along the Canadian and Mexican borders.
My family has decided to find a new house and liquidate all of our assets. We will move into our new house under my wife’s maiden name in order to stop the harassment. We are not sure if this ploy will work, but our harassers leave us with no choice.
Someone burned the Unitarian church to the ground months ago, so we have lost contact with all our friends from there. We feel alone and isolated. The underground communications system has completely broken down and we have no contact with other freethinkers. We have also heard disturbing reports that Christian youth groups are targeting Catholics and Jews. We hope this information is incorrect.
There is no way to confirm anything because every radio station is either a sports or Christian station. Bush banned secular music and shut Hollywood down except a few Christian movie studios. They fill the news with “good news” that makes me want to vomit. All secular newspapers have gone out of business or Christian groups have taken them over. CNN is still on the air, but renamed to the Christian News Network.
I am scared.
December 25 2004
We woke up this Christmas morning to an announcement from George Bush. He was standing in front of all the Senators and Congressmen. They applauded as he entered the arena. He stood next to a nativity scene. He started his speech with a prayer that ranted against non-Christians, Catholics, Jews, atheists, homosexuals, and anyone else that was not a “true” Christian.
The Senators and Congressmen applauded after the prayer. Around my new neighborhood, I could hear people cheering and clapping after Bush’s prayer. My family looked at each other and cringed. It was harder to hide our fear from my children. They understood the implications of what was going on and we could no longer comfort them with words alone.
Bush then began a prepared speech. He talked about a group of atheists, Jews, and Catholics that started a large disturbance in Wisconsin. We were not surprised that we had not heard about this on the news. Bush stated that there were going to be some major changes in America starting January 1.
Bush announced they are renaming the United States to United States of Christian America and they are replacing the stars on the flag with a white cross. Bush then went on to say he is forming a new branch of federal police in order to ensure that non-Christians did not start any type of revolt similar to the one in Wisconsin. They will call the new federal police branch the Christian Soldiers of Christian America, or CSOCA (pronounced “so-ka”).
The only thing I could do was cry. My children, my wife, my parents, and my sister all huddled together and cried.
They rounded my family up last week and moved us against our will to non-Christian housing. The housing is in what used to be the poorest section of Mobile. They moved all Christians from the area to the houses that non-Christians used to occupy. There is one positive thing about this move. We are now in contact with other freethinkers.
Each night a truck surrounded by CSOCA police makes its round through the housing. Speakers on the truck blare out the “good news” of Jesus and try to convince us to accept him. Many in the housing have agreed to accept Jesus in order to save their lives. Deep in their heart, they know the truth, but they value their lives.
Tonight I am sitting with my wife and parents discussing what we are going to do with my children. Most of my family was Baptist at the beginning of this. There is discussion about sending my children to live with them. The consensus seems to be that they would be better off Christian than dead. We all seem to agree that my Aunt is the best candidate, but we also agree that we should wait as long as possible before we do this. We will begin prepping the children tomorrow on how to pretend to be Christian for an extended period.
Our neighbors are becoming desperate. They have decided to take measures into their own hands. They have organized a group of about 30 that will attack the speaker truck and CSOCA police tomorrow night. We have asked them to ensure that they attack the truck away from the houses so the CSOCA police do not take their anger out on innocent residents. Luckily, they have agreed. I fear for their lives…
CSOCA police killed over thirty non-Christians that attacked the speaker truck. The CSOCA police, dressed in solid black uniforms with red triangle badges that contain a black cross within, shot every one of them during the attack. Word within the housing area is that two CSOCA police were injured, but we are not sure if that is true.
Since the failed assault, the CSOCA patrols have increased and the police have become more abusive. We have decided to escalate the process of “converting” our children in order to get them to safety. My children are upset at our decision and they do not want to leave us. Their resistance is commendable and I am proud of them, but it is making it hard and increasing our anxiety.
What makes it even more difficult is the mandatory training for children within the non-Christian housing. They take my children away each night for two hours by bus to the Civic Center where they watch Christian videos and listen to preachers. The CSOCA police escort them the entire way. They have treated the children well so far, because of the Christian mindset that children are easy prey for conversion.
I find myself wishing that my children will convert at these training sessions so they will be taken to a family member’s house and be safe and away from the hardships of the non-Christian housing.
We have received good news today. We overheard CSOCA police talking about current events. Apparently, NATO broke relations with the United States last year some time. NATO has encouraged other countries to align against the United States of Christian American (USCA). Apparently, several countries in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia have aligned themselves with NATO. Canada and Mexico have also joined NATO.
The CSOCA police mentioned that the Marines and Army have increased patrols along the Canadian and Mexican borders and withdrawn ambassadors from countries that aligned with NATO. The news excited the CSOCA police and they are hoping that the USCA goes to war because it would be a great avenue to convert the rest of the Pagans around the world.
This news is a ray of hope for us. This means that NATO and other countries are starting to apply pressure on the USCA. I find the irony of sanctions against the United States highly laughable.
April 18 2006
CSOCA police rounded us up today. They placed us in Army trucks with tarps preventing us from seeing where we were going. As we drove out of the housing area, I tried to visualize the streets and figure out where we were heading. I know we left the housing area going south and immediately turned east, but I could not judge the distance properly when we turned. If my calculations are correct, we are somewhere near Macintosh.
Containment Center AL-15 (CCAL-15), April 18 2006
Upon arrival at our new home, the CSOCA police rushed us out. Immediately they separated women from men. They sent children off in another group. We all screamed for our children and tried to reach them. The CSOCA police pushed us back into our lines and fired several shots into the air. One man ahead of us punched the CSOCA police officer in front of him and ran after his wife. A CSOCA officer still at the truck took aim and shot the man in the head. That image remains with me to this day.
Female CSOCA police escorted the children away in a quiet procession. No one treated the children with hostility or aggression, but the children were still crying. My father and I exchanged a glance and understanding that the children were going to be okay. They would convert the children, but they would be alive and safe.
I looked across at my wife and blew her a kiss, which she returned. I mouthed that I loved her and she returned in kind. I tried to tell her that the kids would be okay, but the group of women was already being ushered away. A few minutes later, we followed suit.
They took us to a dirt courtyard with a stage built near the end of it. As they placed us into lines, a CSOCA officer stepped up on the platform. He waited for everyone in the courtyard to settle down and the guards to indicate that everyone was ready. There was a small scuffle somewhere behind me, but I dared not look.
He finally began speaking, “Gentlemen, welcome to Containment Center AL-15 located in Mobile County. This is your new home. We will feed and house you, if you work. Do not work and you will face the consequences. The rules here are simple. Follow directions. If you do what we tell you, we will get along. In a few minutes, we will give you an opportunity to go to the church and accept the Lord Jesus as your personal savior. The escorting guards will let you know when you can do this. I encourage all of you to accept Jesus into your hearts and embrace his love and sacrifice. Only his love can save you now. God be with you.”
The guards had us “face right” and we started marching. We approached what was obviously a church and they told us to halt. The guard at the front of the lines informed us that we now had the opportunity to accept Jesus in our hearts. There were about 80 or 90 men in the group. I counted 24 entering the church, but I think I missed a few. Everyone else stood his ground.
The women were on the other side of the church. We could not see them, but we could hear them crying and we heard a few screams. The sounds of their tears echoed across the lots and most of the men bowed their heads and started crying as well.
CCAL-15, April 19 2006
Our sleeping conditions are horrible. Our berthing is a large tin building with four-stack racks. Each rack has a two-inch mattress on it with no sheets, no pillows, and a small wool blanket. Last night was either colder than usual for April or we were colder than usual because of the stress and fear.
At breakfast, which was a piece of bread, a glass of water, and a bruised apple, the OIC addressed the new group. He informed they sent children to a special children’s camp in Birmingham. The Birmingham center was a Christian Camp for Children that would educate the children about Christ’s love. The OIC assured us they would take care of the children, raise them to be good Christians, and have them help spread the love of Jesus worldwide. The OIC reminded us to follow instructions, work hard, and behave.
Regardless of our past treatment, I felt confident that the OIC was telling the truth about our children. I felt better about their situation because they were being well fed and cared for. Yes, the care was hypocritical, but at least they were alive and had a chance. Most of the men in the group shared my concerns and my relief. We have not seen the women at all. We fear that we will never see them again.
CCAL-15, Sometime Later
The CSOCA police are especially edgy today. Jets have been flying around all day. Earlier a line of helicopters flew over. They were troop or cargo-carrying helicopters under the escort of Apache gunships. The CSOCA guards around the gate doubled today. We are not sure what is going on, but several are speculating that tensions between the USCA and the NATO Alliance may be getting worse. We hope they are right.
CCAL-15, Five or Six Full Moons Later
As the months have gone, thousands of other men have joined us. We constructed over 60 tin buildings and built the four-stack racks for each. Also during that time, many men went to the Coliseum. We are sure CSOCA police and military personnel take men, and possibly women to the Coliseum to exterminate them.
Someone joked initially that Christians call it the Coliseum because they are still upset about the Romans and the “feeding Christians to lions” thing. It is no longer a joke.
My father and I are hopeful that my wife and mother are still alive, but we are also aware of the odds and we recognize that they might be dead.
During that last few months we have heard small talk among the guards and have heard word from newly arriving men. NATO and her allies declared war on the USCA a few months ago. USCA forces invaded Mexico and Canada almost immediately after the declaration of war. From what we can gather, NATO-UN forces have captured and freed Montana, Wisconsin, Michigan, and New Hampshire.
We have also heard that forces liberated parts of Mexico from USCA forces. Mexico, apparently, was a pushover and USCA forces captured it quickly. The attempt to invade Canada failed miserably and USCA forces only advanced about 100 miles inside the border. Opposing forces are running the NATO-UN air campaign exclusively out of Canada and South America.
Our hopes and spirits lift every time we hear of progress from newly arriving men.
CCAL-15, Going to Bed before Execution
I cannot sleep tonight. I know what is coming tomorrow and I can find no reason to fall asleep. All our hopes in the NATO-UN forces are dashed. I am glad that the hope will remain for those that will continue to live beyond tomorrow.
I remember a professor from the University of Jerusalem discussing the criteria needed for a new holocaust. He said there were three things needed for a second holocaust to start. First, a fringe group had to exist. Second, that fringe group has to gain control. Third, the rest of the population has to let the fringe group enact their views by law.
I wish I had remembered that lecture after Americans elected Bush. I wish I had been vigilant enough to see the signs early enough to take action. I wish I had not been as optimistic and recognized that this train was not going to stop.
I miss my children deeply and cry for them every night. I miss my wife and her company. I miss my mother and her everlasting motherly love. I miss myself, because I am certainly not the same person that I used to be. I miss the United States of America, and most importantly, I miss the Constitution of the United States.
CCAL-15, Execution Day
CSOCA guards came into the berthing and gathered all of us up. Several of the men put up a fight and CSOCA police executed them on the spot. I had considered fighting back, but there is still a ray of hope within me. A spark in me wants to live and insists that there is still a chance.
They placed us on school buses and drove out of CCAL-15. We were surprised that the windows were not blacked out, allowing us to see exactly where we were going. As we pulled out of the camp, we turned left onto a four-lane highway. A sign a few miles down the road indicated that we were on highway 49 heading south. Highway 49 placed us near Macintosh. At least I got that right.
We were heading south toward I-65. We were in a caravan of three school buses and four APC’s. When we reached the I-65, we headed south toward Mobile. Most of the men sat somberly without looking up and making eye contact with anyone. I decided to look out the window and enjoy the scenery that I had missed for the past months.
We were nearing mile marker 11 when I noticed several blotches on the horizon heading toward us rapidly. As the objects came closer, I realized they were helicopters. I lost interest in the helicopters and continued to watch the scenery around me.
The explosion was loud and several of the windows on the school bus erupted inward and scattered glass all over us. I glanced backward and the last APC in the convoy was rolling down the embankment in flames with pieces of metal jutting out identifying where the explosion occurred. The first thing I thought was that the explosion was internal from a fire or faulty ammunition. That was when we heard the eruption of gunfire.
The convoy had stopped. CSOCA police ran out of the bus and began discharging their weapons, aiming in the air.
The first helicopter flew over and swooped around. Three other helicopters formed a perimeter and began dispatching the CSOCA police and the regular Army troops. Two other APC’s went up in flames and exploded in brilliant orange and yellow with a flash of bright white. One of the CSOCA police turned his gun on our bus and began firing his weapon at us. Everyone dropped down to the floor as we listened to a hail of bullets and the racket of gunfire.
Everything went quiet and the only sound was the tinkle of glass and crinkle of flames. I peered out the window and saw what remained of the CSOCA guard that was firing at us. A man in a green uniform was approaching our bus and waving to us. I got up, approached the door of the bus, and opened it for the approaching soldier.
The soldier removed his helmet and addressed us, “Hello gentlemen! I am Captain Langston with the Royal Marines as part of the NATO-UN forces. Congratulations gentlemen, you are liberated!”
No one spoke. We stared at the Captain with disbelief and denial. A Royal Marine just north of Mobile flying in an army helicopter? It did not make any sense. I finally spoke up and asked him what he was doing here.
“We captured Florida last week. We have been operating out of the abandoned naval base in Pensacola. We captured Escambia County a few days ago and NATO-UN forces are currently engaged in Mobile, Biloxi, Gulfport, and New Orleans. We were heading into Mobile when we noticed the convoy. Freeing prisoners is our first priority and we were ordered to intervene and free you instead of continuing into Mobile.”
We all sat there and absorbed the information we had just been told. Florida was free and the Gulf Coast invasion was well underway. A man next to me asked the Royal Marine what parts of the United States they had liberated. “Most of the Northeast is free and all the states along the Canadian border are free. The invasion of California failed and we lost many soldiers. We decided to switch coasts. We are making great progress, but expect the war to last at least another year.”
Within a few minutes, a couple of large transport helicopters arrived and NATO-UN soldiers escorted us to them. We told the soldiers where CCAL-15 was and they told us they would liberate it within 48 hours.
The transport helicopters then flew us to the naval base in Pensacola, Florida. They gave us a hot meal, warm blankets, and fresh clothes. We also found out that it was September 18.
Pensacola, Florida, October 9 2006
The war proceeded. We learned a lot about what happened while detained in CCAL-15. The NATO-UN forces contained troops from nearly every country in the world. Primary forces were British, Australian, German, French, Russian, and Chinese. We were surprised to hear that Chinese and Russian forces were helping to liberate Americans, but very grateful for their efforts. The war had cost over one million lives so far, and that figure did not take into account the number of murdered non-Christians.
By October 9, forces had liberated most of Alabama and nearly captured Georgia. Mississippi and Louisiana fell rapidly. Texas was proving to be a problem for the NATO-UN forces. Local NATO-UN forces have advised us that Mexico has agreed to attack from the south while NATO-UN forces attack from the east. Canadian and French forces had liberated a lot of Northern California.
There is still no word on my wife, my children, or my mother. Forces liberated Birmingham and the children’s camp, but there is no word on the children, their names, or their condition. We are expecting some news within the week.
Most of the men, including myself, have volunteered to join the NATO-UN forces. Those of us with military experience will fly out next week to join the troops. Thos without military experience will attend basic training overseas in other countries.
Liberated United States of America, August 2007
The war is over. It effectively ended last month, but only technically ended last week.
Someone assassinated President Bush last month inside NORAD. The news is reporting that Bush was ready to launch nuclear weapons against England, France, and Germany when someone in his staff pulled out a sidearm and shot Bush. Bush loyalists immediately killed the assassin, but the motivation within NORAD to launch nuclear weapons subsided. The Bush followers had essentially witnessed the death of their Messiah.
The NORAD group held out until the end. The capture of NORAD was a bloody fight that resulted in thousands of casualties on both sides. Many of Bush’s team has been arrested and awaiting a war crimes trial.
Ultimately, we found my children. They had been “converted” and living with my cousin in Mobile. My children had decided to pretend to be Christians and get out of the children’s camp. Their courage inspired me on a daily basis on the battlefield. My wife and mother are still missing. We are sure that the CSOCA police killed them after they separated them from us. We still hope that they are out there somewhere waiting for us to find them, but we are realists.
Everyone is scared to elect a new government. We know we need to do it, but the majority of the survivors are willing to fall under common international law for now under the supervision of NATO-UN forces. In due course, we will elect a new government and proudly display the Constitution of the United States.
Gone are the Christian America flags. There have been some incidents of retaliation against churches and known CSOCA police, but they have been isolated and quickly stopped. Most of us understand the psychology behind the events because we know the history of Nazi Germany. We know that there will be groups of Christians that continue to wave the Christian America flag and dream of days gone by. We also recognize that our freedoms are more important than their stupidity. Let them wave their flags and spout their anger and hatred, for we will not force them to become what they are not. We will not be hypocrites.
New United States of America, January 2009
Americans watched the swearing in of a new President today. He is an adherent of Judaism from California. The Vice President is a female Atheist from New York. Immediately they proclaimed August to be Independence Month and Diversity Appreciation Month. We look forward to August to celebrate for the first time.
The new government dismantled some of the largest and most influential Christian organizations. They arrested and tried many of the organization’s hierarchy. Many Christians fled the New United States thinking we would treat them as they did us. Surviving members of the Interfaith Alliance reactivated the foundation to help bring all beliefs and non-beliefs together to help build the New United States.
There is a lot of work to do, but most Americans are motivated. Many Christians that went along with the Bush government are still recovering from the shock of realizing what they had done, or as many are realizing, what they had not done. Clinics have been setup across the New United States to help people deal with the psychological trauma of the ordeal. The clinics reach out to both lines of the war and bring all of us together.
The NATO-UN alliance brought the world together for a common cause for the first time. By the end of the war, almost every country in the world had forces engaged in the war. People see this world peace and cooperation as the dawn of a new age for humanity. Humanity, not countries or politics, is re-writing history.