Stand together in a corner. Say: “We are peaceful villagers, but there are soldiers fighting nearby. Recently someone buried hundreds of landmines in our fields. What will we do?” Decide individually: Abandon farming , call the government for help  or walk to the room’s center and plow your field   Say: “Plant crops or your family starves.” Leave the village anyway  or walk to the room’s center and plow your field   Say: “Rebels come, accuse you of laying mines, and execute you.” END  Say: “You are killed instantly.” END  Say: “The government laid the mines. Don’t ask again.” Abandon your field  or plow it   Say: “Your leg is blown off. You can’t work. Your family will suffer.” END  Say: “Leave the play space. Your family abandons everything you’ve ever known to become refugees.” END  Say: “You step on a mine. Flip a coin.” Heads , Tails   Say: “One of your children steps on a mine and is killed.” Leave  or keep working .  Say: “You reluctantly till the soil. Walk to the room’s center and flip a coin.” Heads , Tails 
Landmines are a fucking cancer upon the Earth and this simplistic exercise doesn’t really do justice to the miserable choices people who suddenly find themselves surrounded by lethal contamination must make. At best landmines deny innocent people a way to make a living, a way to feed themselves, and a future for their children. At worst they kill, maim, and destroy - their original purpose redirected, sometimes after half a decade.
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