‘Path to oblivion’ By Antonio Madrugada

In “Path to Oblivion,” Luna Park shares a chilling diary entry from a post-apocalyptic world in the year 3000. The narrative delves into the consequences of human actions, including nuclear warfare and the devastating effects of radiation. The protagonist reflects on the downfall of capitalism and the cyclical nature of history, highlighting the tyranny that arises when power goes unchecked. The story emphasizes the importance of understanding and respecting the ever-changing nature of the world, shedding light on environmental concerns and the impact of human greed. Luna’s perspective serves as a cautionary tale about the destructive path humanity may be unwittingly following.

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