Geoscape2008:Cunning Plans

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Behold, a private page for us to discuss future REDFOR plans and operations!

Gentlemen, I hereby propose to launch the discussion about how to fulfill our master plan to dominate and free the pacific from the United States and their puppets.

As we only dispose of limited Non Japanese assets we MUST determine very carefully how and where we will use them.

Our ultimate goal being the total removal and annihilation of the occupational forces on our glorious homeland. I propose we first of all decide what our objectives are for the "plot" section so that we can dispatch the necessary amount of forces and prepare plans for the upcoming battles. I invite everybody to express their opinion on the matter on this page (forum style discussion and remember to sign your post), so that we may put it to a group decision. --GreatTop 15:21, 22 January 2014 (PST)

I think we should have our NK generals on our payroll convince the NK leadership to test multiple Nuclear Weapons tests win a very short period of time. We should then launch a propaganda campaign to vilify the NK in Japan. As the general population is scared of NK we push for the US to establish an ABM network in Japan. Boom we just got ourselves an ABM network. It is unlikely we lose nothing by attempting it. Low-risk High-Reward type of operation. Awesomesauce47 08:27, 24 January 2014 (PST)

Awsomesauce to me your idea is great, and it will help keeping Japan's cover ! But we must be carreful with nukes, we don't have a lot of those and we also need to distribute them to other countries in order to bring them to our cause (Taiwan & Vietnam). Now other idea, what about using our coporate assets, to invade and occupy east timor, we can afterwards move our AA on in Indonesia and East Timor, it might be the solution to keep RAAF in check and bring one more country on our side... --GreatTop 02:32, 27 January 2014 (PST)