Roberto Mendoza
4 min readDec 31, 2023

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THE LITTLE WAR

By now he had gotten used to the war. Every morning he could see the columns of the enemy forces marching single file out of their underground bunkers. They lived in dark tunnels underneath the kitchen sink. He would observe them silently, with deadly intent.

He would turn on the hot water and wait for it to reach full temperature and then he would commence the slaughter.

He would bring out his heavy artillery — the sink hose — take aim, and blast them.

“Okay, folks, it’s killing time” he would announce as he aimed the hose at a line of them and fired off a hot…

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Roberto Mendoza

Native American/Chicano artist, screenwriter, filmmaker, writer, revolutionary. Living in Los Angeles. Co- founded Cooperation Tulsa. https://www.facebook.