World Domination Essay

1002 words - 5 pages

WORLD DOMINATION

Waiting in the dark, waiting for the end. We heard footsteps outside the door, then they stoped. I was clutching my mother and my baby sister in fear. No no no no. Not like
this, I thought. Then we heard a man say something in Russian. The door knob turned until the man realized it was locked.He slowly walked away. It was finally safe.
Australia was a great place to live until the Russians reunited the Soviet Union. They launched nukes at the USA and then started to take over the rest of Asia. They conquered Asia in less than five months and then moved on to Europe. They had no problem taking over Europe except for Germany who held strong. The SU, Soviet Union, ...view middle of the document...

We had a weapon that would change warfare forever. It’s called a R.O.S.E. It stands for Radioactive Obliterating Stealth Explosive.
A R.O.S.E. is as powerful a C4 but is silent when it explodes. We could take out a group of Russians and no one would hear it. Scientists also invented a cloaking device that would make it almost invisible. We will be unstoppable. Soon we would be ready to fight the SU. We’ll be ready for it, I’m positive.

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I haven’t seen sunlight for 12 years, I thought. We marched to the end of the cave and the general stopped us. “We you get out there we will become hostile, but remember to stay stealthy. We need to take our home back but we need to do it right. Now march,” said the general. It was night time and we had to walk across the outback to get to Sidney. There were 5 men in my squad. Dan, Carl, Frank, Jerome, and me, Randy.
Dan was the heavy machine gunner. Carl was the sniper and medic. Frank was the explosive manager. Jerome was the light machine gunner. I was the sergeant and I was a light machine gunner. We all worked as a team and was the most successful squad in training.
The army scattered across the outback assigned to different cities and towns. My squad was one of the five squads that was going to attack Sidney. We were taking East Sidney. How it worked was that four squads would attack South, North, East, and West, and after the perimeter of Sidney was taken the last squad would be our reinforcements for taking central sidney.
About halfway across the outback we spotted a SU convoy....

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