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The Revolution.

Copyright 2017 GW Enterprises

Author: Max Swan (Horrorotica).

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The Revolution...

The orderly queue has gradually descended into a jostling chaotic snake of passengers in the Blacklandia International Airport. The usual Caucasian cool is crumbling as more vehicles that are military appear on the airport tarmac and outside the entrance hall. Soldiers with AK-47's seem to be everywhere with gleaming black face and serious expressions. The military coup had come so quickly even the international news agencies are only just getting discovering the coup is happening. Revolutionaries have taken the Presidential Palace, and although the world carries on around them, things have certainly changed. Everyone in the queue is worried the rebels might use him or her as political propaganda.

Jenny and Mike arrived just in time. As an engineer, working on a hydro electricity project, Mike got a tip the revolution is in the air from his native colleagues, and he and his wife should get out while they can. The roads are almost entirely blocked by now, but with the tip-off, they managed to get to the airport early enough for a ticket on a plane out.

Passport control continues its shambolic attempt at security and visa examination acting oblivious to the worried passengers and the flurry of armed soldiers racing to and thro. The military is seizing the airport around them, but the two staff act as if this is an everyday occurrence and glance at each passenger with suspicion as if to say, 'Why should I let you leave today?'

"Oh shit," Mike said staring at his cell phone wide-eyed. "Google news says they've restricted the airspace, no more planes in."

Jenny gazes out of the window at their plane sitting on the shimmering runway, the pilot eager to leave as his queuing passengers. She thanks God they have a ticket. They had been guests of the outgoing regime, here to construct and improve, but technically, they were government employees.

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