After years of NATO expansion, cold war oppositions renew and tear the largest European country apart. In the turmoil of virtual forensics, war-enthusiastic mercenary bands, orthodox schisms, economic hit gangs and international troll commandos there is dire need of mobilizing stories – whatever the cost.
Amidst the deadly clutter of a civil war gone global, the remaining apocalypticists of the Islamic State prepare themselves for the one battle near the small town of Dabiq that marks the beginning of Armageddon. At the same time, millions of refugees flee the battlefield their home has become.
Like a laboratory of a fatalistic futurology, the Holy Land has been cultivating the state of emergency as a way of living for decades. In the flickering frictional heat of privatized knife terror and advanced cyber warfare we can see the hazy images of the downfall of Western Democracy.
At last, a leap in narrated time redeploys us to our own posterity. In the smoldering ruins of Europe, the last members of the good old tribes gather and reconstruct the history of their collective demise – the story of the returning of Gog and Magog.