Saturday, July 31, 2021

When Humans Terrified The Devil

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HARSHIT MISHRA
Hey there this is Harshit, I am an Engineer by profession, writer by heart, dreamer by thoughts and philanthropist by nature.

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Humans, what an amazing race we were; whenever in history we were given a chance to show our violent nature, we discovered ways to exacerbate it by performing effrontery, making us nothing but pompous barbarous jargon. The multitude of antipathy we showed, the verbal castigation we performed, the chicanery that we did, are the few examples that contrite the essence of humanity.

We have reached a stage where we have challenged the devil himself to ponder what is worse, the tricks that he performs over us, or the challenges humans give him every time they get a chance. Not every one of us is bad, most of us are good inherently, but it’s the trick of the disingenuous people that sometimes blindly makes us fall into their pit, which in turn raises a conundrum as to whether we need the devil or we have become self-sufficient; as for now we are just becoming aberrant day by day with insidious thoughts that are enervating our mind.

SCENE 1
The sky was sanguine in color, birds had disappeared, and the ground was shaking as it had never before; the cacophonous sound from the sirens became unnerving, people were running in the streets yelling fatuous sentences, and then all hell broke loose. The sanguine sky had started raining, and it was with nothing but fire; a loud noise seemed to be coming from a distance as people ran to save their lives. Within split seconds, humanity had reached a new low, for it was none other than the Small Boy, the American’s nuclear weapon, which had arrived. Buildings were razed to the ground; lay people’s bodies burnt to a crisp in the ashes of the ground, we could hear intermittently loud screeching or a sharp cry. The city of Hiroshima had become a Graveyard where a million people were buried along with the remnants of humankind. Crying in the corner was a shabby figure whom people did not recognize, HUMANITY.

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SCENE 2
We clutched each other’s hand tightly and promised that we would never let it go while they pushed us inside the building. Suddenly it became very dark; many other people were also there. We could swear we heard a baby cry, a strange man was laughing unstoppably and blatantly babbling ingenuous remarks, and all of a sudden, it was completely dark. Out of nowhere, the sprinklers installed on the ceiling started working, and within no time, we were drenched in a slimy fluid. Each one of us was so scared that we could barely speak; there was complete silence. Finally, after an hour of torment, we could hear some activity, it was difficult to breathe, and then it started. A strange gas was leaking into our chamber. My JEW husband took me in his arm, and we caressed each other for one last time as we knew what it was, and then slowly, our bodies fell.
It was a regular day at Auschwitz where Jews were gassed and killed by hydrogen cyanide. Total casualties were around 5.4 million, courtesy of the devil that roamed on earth, Adolf Hitler.

Starved prisoners, nearly dead from hunger, pose in concentration camp in Ebensee, Austria. The camp was reputedly used for "scientific" experiments. It was liberated by the 80th Division. May 7, 1945. Lt. A. E. Samuelson. (Army) NARA FILE #: 111-SC-204480 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1103

SCENE 3
As I walked timidly towards my house after having a long day, I earned to see my husband. What a tiring day it was. As I walked down a deserted street, I swear I heard footsteps. I started walking at a faster pace, but the footsteps were closing in. I was scared, so I started running to my house. Out of nowhere, a hand clutched my neck, and suddenly I was on the ground. The impact of falling had already taken a toll on my right hand. Three monstrous figures roamed around me with nothing else than lust in their eyes.

I remember being so scared that I was not able to speak anything. I started crying unstoppably when one of the monsters put his hand over my shoulder. I could still remember the smell of the whiskey that reeked from his mouth, and then suddenly, it struck me that they were no one else than my colleagues. I begged them so hard to stop, but they kept laughing. I think I almost passed out in shock when I heard my husband’s voice running towards me; those were the only voice I wanted to hear at that moment. The monsters took flight immediately. I clearly remember the moment when my husband saved me from those wolves, as I had survived a tragedy of a lifetime, RAPE.

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The above-mentioned scenes are nothing but times when Humanity was ashamed to the extent that irreparable damages were done. Not even the devil would have dared to perform such atrocities that we humans do. The genocide in the name of peace, massacres for the hatred against an ethnicity, the unlawful submission of people for fulfilling the carnal desires are nothing but the fiends of humanity.

“Our continued lassitude should not become the reason for our downfall, and our action should not become a lesson for the devil.”

 

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Hey there this is Harshit, I am an Engineer by profession, writer by heart, dreamer by thoughts and philanthropist by nature.

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