Soviets are defeated. Stalin is dead, and the motherland of
Russia now sits in subdued silence, stripped of its glory.
General Romanov, current leader of the Russian people, has
been hand-picked by American intelligence operations as the
perfect puppet dictator, a mere pawn to U.S. interests.
Or so he appears to be.
In the press, he's portrayed as the consummate
politician, earning the love his people and the respect of
the west as a leader of the new World Socialist Alliance, an
innocuous organization that gives financial aid to
developing countries. The U.S.-friendly World Socialist
Alliance family includes key Latin American countries as
well as Mexico.
But a fire burns within General Romanov: a thirst for
vengeance, an outrage at seeing his homeland crushed by the
decadent empire of the west. He can't forget the war; it's
branded on his childhood memories - the air strikes, the
infantry trotting through the snowy streets, the factories
exploding in orange blossoms of terrible flame. The memories
won't die, and neither will the hatred. As he grew up, a
descendant of the old czarist aristocracy he has thought of
little else but revenge. For years he's nurtured maniacal
dreams of rebuilding the Soviet superpower. Part czarist,
part communist, all madman, Romanov plots in secret to
strike back at the United States once and for all.
He has allies; his World Socialist Alliance is, in fact,
a puppet organization that cloaks a more ominous agenda: the
development of a global network of communist allies who are
united in their cause of bringing America to its knees. In
addition to the network, he also has technology. Romanov has
been secretly building an army trained in the art of mind
control. Building upon technology explored by the Stalin
regime, Romanov has perfected the art of psychically
enhanced warfare. His troops are a force in their own right.
But, powered by psychic beacons, their thoughts are their
most formidable weapons.
civil war breaks out in Mexico, Romanov's army moves in to
protect WSA interests, as expected. But it's a ruse, a front
of Romanov's to set up his army of psychically enhanced war
machines. Knocking out American early-warning defense
systems and the country's nuclear arsenal by using mind
control, Romanov orchestrates a swift U.S. invasion. Key
cities fall by the hour as Romanov's psychic strike force
sets up its mind-control beacons farther and farther into
Romanov doesn't want to destroy the U.S. -- no, his
thirst for vengeance is tempered by cunning: he wants
nothing less than full control of the country's
infrastructure, defense and resources. The U.S. will pay for
its destruction of the U.S.S.R. by becoming its first and
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