As a Japanese officer in WWII, Chairman Hokkaido was without conscience. Among other atrocities, Chinese prisoners were used for medical experiments and dissected alive. Babies and toddlers were thrust through with long Japanese bayonets and thrown over village walls. Hokkaido promoted officers who obeyed such duties without question. He personally shot any who hesitated.
Now decades later Chairman Hokkaido is very old and even more vicious. He creates a lethal, indestructible virus that attaches to Isooctane molecules. Experimenting on beautiful, young Japanese girls The Chairman finds the virus “delightfully efficacious” and he contaminates the world’s oil supply.
When the gas stations run dry in America, Muslim Jihadists make their move in the Middle East and The Chairman invades California with 500,000 kamikazes. They attack with virus-filled mortar shells whose black smoke brings an agonizing death.
Freeways become empty cordons of concrete. Police are forced to ride bicycles. Gangs perceive an opportunity.
Our Armed Forces are trapped in Iraq. The President has no choice but to call up the National Militia of Minutemen; an organization of one million Americans with their own weapons.
It’s average Americans against The Chairman’s invasion but about all the militia can do is stay upwind of the lethal smoke. With no alternative available to The President, Japanese people once again find themselves targeted by nuclear weapons, this time in Los Angeles.