The Multiverse: A One-Act Play

The year is 1990. A twelve-year-old girl, ARIANNE, and her FATHER are seated in a restaurant in Rockwell, Illinois (formerly Bloomington).

[Waitress enters with a tray of food]

WAITRESS: Here you go: a veggie burger deluxe for the young lady, a power salad for her dad, and two Original-Recipe Fanta Colas.

FATHER: Thanks

ARIANNE: Thank you.

WAITRESS: You’re welcome. Your bill is ten dollars even. Just pay at the register when you’re ready.


[Waitress leaves. They start eating]

ARIANNE: Dad, have you heard of the theory of the “multiverse?”

FATHER: Yes , it’s an endless succession of parallel universes in which every possible scenario is played out.

ARIANNE: Well, do you think that there could be a universe somewhere in which the Jews won World War II?

FATHER: (With a slight shudder): Yes.

ARIANNE: So that instead of being a pollution-free National Socialist Aryan paradise with colonies on Mars, that America would be a multiracial cesspool on the skids to oblivion? Do you think that could be possible?

FATHER: Yes, that might be possible.

ARIANNE: Boy, that would really suck.

FATHER: More than either of us could possibly imagine.


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Source: New Order

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  1. Arvin N. Prebost
    4 June, 2018 at 9:58 am — Reply


    Would make a good intro to a scary Halloween movie, or a Walpurgisnacht movie about that “cesspool.”

  2. Paul Moses
    13 February, 2019 at 1:05 am — Reply

    It is an interesting piece of play writing. However, there is no way the Jew media will ever allow anything as destructive to their lies as truly open thought to interfere. Something as simple as posing a question. Saying what if calls all their garbage into question. They cannot and will not allow this to happen.

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