Part 10

Makes you proud to be British.  Those are words from a distant country.  A place that existed for a short time centuries ago.  There were still some who believed this fallacy.  These people lived below ground level most of the time.  Like rank, putrefied water from a rat infested drain.  Sometimes they would drip out through the cracks.  If you

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Part 9

What you have to understand is that the only certainty is uncertainty; uncertainty is ambiguity; ambiguity is control; control is certainty.  Since the first human implant this cycle has made millions, maybe billions of revolutions.  Before that time, certainty drove human progress.  For millennia it was thrived upon.  It was tangible.  Social class was the great certainty.  The car your

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Part 8

There were days when the sun did shine everyday.  What was only weeks, maybe six, possibly eight.  These were the days of real happiness.  A time before this time.  The innocence of youth; the crossover to growing old.  But somewhere in-between there were always good days.  In those, old times, the idea of storing memories was not important.  No need

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Part 7

You have to understand, we control everything.  Even that chair you are sat on.  In your mind it offers you a last piece of sanctuary.  Your fingers can grip it.  You can sit like a fetus upon it.  You think that its your country, your borders, you will defend it, a place were you are safe.  But, you have to

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Part 6

You see you have to understand that any rational concept of human love disappeared long before the first Virus War.   What dictators had tried and failed for decades before, whole populations succeeded with no need for propaganda or threats.   In the early days of social media humans were rewriting their own histories online.  Days of reinvention, led to months and

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Part 5

The first Virus War lasted two days in old time. A targeted war.  A targeted population.  Early adopters.  Death by CRM.  In legal terms, these casualties had a dead cerebrum, but a living brainstem; their heartbeat and ventilation continued unaided.  This enabled an immediate chip transplant.  Thousands of vehicles taking single bodies.  The removal was less than scientific.  Not messy, just amateur.  Corpse faces uncovered. 

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