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The day they landed was the most horrible day I have ever been forced to live through The Soviet Union had begun to regroup It was not immediately joined by the smaller and weaker nations that made up the northwestern region of the union The independent nations of Latvia Estonia and Lithua would not follow under communist rule again they were willing to die for their freedom The USSR was unable to persuade the remaining components to rejoin them in their conquest and they were hasty to declare war on their counterparts With war waging in Eastern Europe the United Nations took action The leader of Russias communist party and president rejected the UNs cease-fire treaty Russia was expelled from the United Nations early the next day The CIA agent Newton inched his way through the air conditioning make an effort to remain as quiet as possible Once he reached the ventilator above the leaders bedroom he unveiled his device a new prototype developed by his agency This devise would unscrew and disable any form of fastener Using a laser divertor to abstract the laser alarm system path the agent lowered himself into the room Waiting for the man a smaller man yet more powerful The door creaked open slowly and an exhausted fat man entered As soon as the door had been closed the fat mans throat had been gashed and he lay in a pool of his own warm blood The United States had volunteered to be a cut-off regiment We would put pressure on Russia to remove their troops from Eastern Europe and detain their troops in Russia If they failed to comply with this mandate we would have no choice but to supply aid to Eastern Europe My regiment was originally from the Southern California area we were
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