Writing Week Ten
Several years have passed since Alexi fired the shot that changed the course of the Cold War. Stolen from the White House in 1965 by KGB operatives, Alexi used to be known as Steven Johnson, son of President Lyndon Johnson, before he was kidnapped, tortured, and brainwashed to become reborn as Alexi, cold, ruthless, KGB assassin. He changed the world in 1967 when he killed his father, igniting a nuclear war between the Soviet Union and the United States. As the Soviet Union deteriorated in a Revolution following its conquest of America, the KGB became hostile to Alexi and he fled for his life in a car chase, losing key memories of his life, including his assassination of ...view middle of the document...
He comes forward in front of thousands of citizens and the Supreme Court Justices that ruled the country for the period now known as “The Terror,” when the president and the senate had been annihilated by a nuclear missle.
President, we have come together today to discuss the state of the union, as our predecessors once did in better times.
When food and water were plentiful, and we worried not about when a time like this would arrive.
Citizens of the United States of America! Justices of the Supreme Court!
I have come to you today to address the circumstances of the Union as the Chief Justice refers to. We see here a manner of different people, a plethora of situations! Here, we see
The impoverished, the malnourished, the suffering.
Look around you! Even with what has already been done,
we are still in need of a solution to our plight.
An end to this ongoing tribulation!
We call forward a citizen of this country to make public his worries about our country.
He gestures with his arm, and a man detaches himself from the throng and moves to the podium, inclining his head to Alexander before removing the microphone.
The war affected everyone in this country. We were starving and helpless,
Ants below a boot’s heel.
We chose you as our leader to take us out of the
Darkness that grips this country now.
As I’m sure many believe,
We beg you to restore balance and strength to this country, as it was
Before the war, and before the wretched deed that started it.
I ask of you to raise us up, to improve our lives, as the leader of this country.
I ask this of you.