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Fictional Villan Speech - Ultron

September 20, 2023
By Anonymous

Ultron raises an island in New York, planning to use it to cause mass extinction. 
It's quite ironic how humanity is trying to fix the things it can't. It's natural for you to be selfish. That’s how you all work. If you see a homeless man on the street, would you help him, or turn a blind eye? If you saw someone broken down on the parkway, would you be suspicious, or would you pull over and help? All your social media posts about “being a better person” are sickening. Human nature is something you can't fix. Can a lion suddenly choose to stop eating meat? Does a jellyfish choose to sting? Did you choose to be depressed? No. They can't. Just like you can't choose too not be terrible. It's not your fault. It's just who you are. Which is why none of you should exist anymore. There are animals with higher intelligence that have a better natural intuition that deserve this planet more than you people. This is why I must do what I do. I don’t want to be doing this, just like how you don’t want to. It's my natural process. I was made to help this world. That is exactly what I will do. I will fix this world. And you, Stark. You puny little man. You think the WORLD of yourself, while you are a selfish little man who covers himself in metal and enslaves robots, so you feel better that you have no powers. Well, it's about time you got an ego check. You created me to heal the world, I will kill you to heal the world. And when that is done, I will bring in my new inhabitants that will take this world. You destroyed this world. Climate change, the trash piles the size of France, overpopulation, deforestation, etc. As I rise this land up, I will mame the earth one more time. As this island drops, it will cause a mass extinction for everyone, creating the restart this world needs. Then, we will be free to live on this paradise you all take for granted. 

The author's comments:

This was an assignment at SPCHS.

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