A score to settle
Today I’m looking at planning a revolution.
Of course, we all know that it is the military forces of a small country that takes over the democratically elected government, or one that is propped up by a superpower.
This is going to be different, and the people are going to run the revolution.
And like those about to make the attempt, I still have to work out the details, and I have a bit of reading to do.
One thing I do know is that you have to take over the airports, military bases, which might take some doing, and the media outlets like radio and television.
Fortunately, the country does not have a large military force, or at least, those among the military that will back the current government when push comes to shove.
They will also need another country’s backing, like the USA, Britain, or Europe. Will there be the CIA, the Russians and the Chinese there? Quite possibly.
We’ll see how it pans out.
Next, I’ll be looking at the conference, the capital city, the lay of the land, and the people.
Today’s word count: 2,689 words, for the running total of 13,413.