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Monday, April 5, 2010

2010 Polish-Prussian War

The Polish invasion of Prussia is set to kick off tonight. Thanks to sympathizers in German/NATO intelligence circles the PDF knows when the attack will come and their strategic plan.

A night battle shortly after midnight tonight. Polish fighter bombers will fly in and take out radar and missile sites, air fighters will quickly gain air superiority, immediately followed by helo attacks on ground targets.

After the first sortie enters combat a SpecOps company will be para-dropped by C130s into Koenigsberg to capture the Council of Prussia and the Chancellor and take them to Koenigsberg Intl Airport where the C130s will take them all to Warsaw to stand trial.

Polish marines will land at Koenigsberg Intl Airport since it sits on the waterfront, capture the airport then send trucks to link up with the SpecOps guys and their prisoners bringing them back to the airport.

Meanwhile the main force of the Polish invasion will begin a push up from the south destroying enemy units they encounter, capture Koenigsberg and occupy the National Assembly.

NATO and Russia have reached an agreement on the matter. NATO doesn't want war with Russia. So NATO will not assist Poland if Russia stays out. If Prussia wins, NATO/EU will force Poland to accept the voter mandate that established Prussia. If Poland wins, Russia will take Prussia back as the Oblast of Kalingrad satisfying Poland. Either way Russia wins, in their eyes. Now that Prussia is a prosperous state Russia is starting to lament granting independence. The Republic Intelligence Service is aware of all this as well thanks again to their sources in Germany and NATO.

1 comment:

APJ said...

Lets see how this develops...