In the early 21st century, social media had become a ubiquitous presence in people’s lives. It was a place to connect with friends, share ideas, and stay up to date on the latest news. But as time went on, it also became a breeding ground for political polarization and extremism.

Left-wing and right-wing political parties across the globe began to use social media to stoke the flames of their respective ideologies, and before long, the divides between them had grown so deep that civil war seemed inevitable.

As the tensions rose, violence erupted in cities and towns around the world. The left and the right fought for control, and the death toll quickly reached into the millions. The world descended into chaos, and it seemed that there was no end in sight.

Finally, after years of fighting, the civil war came to an end. But the cost had been staggering: 7 billion people had lost their lives, and the world was left in ruins. Only 1 billion people remained, and they were forced to come together in a one world government in order to rebuild and start anew.

It was a harsh lesson for humanity, one that would never be forgotten. The power of social media had been harnessed to divide and destroy, and the world would never be the same again.

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