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Prologue

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

The People’s Army Headquarters

Army Intelligence HQ

Pyongyang, North Korea

0800 Hours Sierra Breakfast Briefing

 

 

Five Years Before Current Time

 

 

The North Korean meeting room was filled with four men, men of power. Power of three came from the man sitting in front of them. While the three men, Generals all, shared power, they also shared an aura of fear. They feared the man in front of them.

He looked like an over-grown Buddha. He wore a chubby face with a body clothed in fat.. The Supreme and Glorious Leader of the DPRK spoke. The Generals stood attentively...expectantly.

“I think this is a good plan.

“We can undermine the American efforts completely. We can do it so that no matter where they set up their camps, we can still deliver a fatal blow. We can destroy their army. They will be decimated.

“We can deliver our bombs exactly to the center of their units. We won’t have to waste our precious missiles.

“At the same time that we are undermining their efforts to fight, we can keep a small percentage of our Army fully occupied with the effort and doing something useful.

“But, be totally aware,” he commanded them with his eyes, “Listen to me! We don’t want our efforts to be discovered before we’re ready. However, if they should be, the Americans will be so struck with terror and awe,” here he suppressed a smirk, “that they will be running around like terrified rats in a cage. They will have no sure way out. They will have to surrender.

“They won’t attack us because they are afraid of us.

“While they are terrified and confused, if we so desire, we can launch our attack and push them into the sea, this time. Our previous failure at Buson will be wiped out of history books. We will be vindicated and in complete control of the peninsula..

“And if we should choose not to attack, we can still continue to undermine their efforts to defend our brothers in the south.

“Yes, I like this plan.

“General Gyohwalhan, you will arrange for the purchase of the necessary equipment. You will have the equipment delivered through an independent third-party coun...







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