Divine Hell Blog Challenge #2: Heresy
Schopenhaur was bent nearly double from the weight of the chains shackling him. Enemies of The Collective abrogated their right to freedom of movement. His body bore the marks of sustained beatings. Enemies of The Collective no longer had the guarantee of their physical safety. He wore little more than rags covering his nether parts. Enemies of The Collective had no right to the labors of reliable Citizens who honored their obligations, fashioning garments for others.
Schopenhaur was the worst possible affront to The Collective and was to be branded with the mark of...The Heretic.
Concerned Citizens had contacted the Justiciar. While self-expression was certainly not forbidden, there were acceptable, approved forms that such expression was intended to take.
No one had wanted to believe him capable of scribbling random thoughts into grubby notebooks hidden beneath his floorboards. He was that vilest of all possible non-conformist scum. Yitzak Schopenhaur was...a writer!