The year is 2005. The worldas worst modern catastrophe is visiting itself on China. Avian Flu (H5N1) is estimated by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to kill up to 150 million people, worldawide. The deadly virus has only to complete its leap from fowl, to human cross-contamination. China has already killed millions of domestic chickens, ducks, and geese. But the slaughter was a double-edged sword. They have killed the poultry earmarked to keep Chinaas citizens from starvation during the 2005-2006 winter, which has been forecasted, to one of the most ferocious in five decades. China also is convinced that the United Statesa new ballistic missile defense program is targeted at neutralizing her minuscule nuclear deterrent, relegating her to lifetime servitude to the Americans, the worldas last remaining superpower. Beijing party leaders vow that will never happen. The Peopleas Republic of China must become a modern superpower. Only then will she be able to demand the outright monetary grants she needs to survive. Modernization of her army will cost 100 billion US dollars. Beijing knows that sum resides in the coffers of Hong Kong. Thus Operation Hongse Spider is born.The supervisor knew that warranties on new Rolex watches have a strict requirement that the watch must be returned to ... Rolex factory gets to sell some very expensive repair parts to the customer; and two, they obtain the name and contactanbsp;...
|Title||:||The HONGSE SPIDER|
|Author||:||George H. Stollwerck|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2006-02-08|