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Rather, a world of miscegenation is simply the scariest thing he can think of, and he assumes his readers do not require elaboration on its horrors. For a modern reader, this focus in the opening pages can distract from the fact that what Gibbons is really interested in is geopolitics and warfare. Karakhan sweeps through Europe, killing Mussolini and pre-empting Hitler. The fictional Winston Churchill — who pre-dates the "never surrender" days — abruptly resigns after an uprising of Reds and leftists call a general strike, setting the stage for a British surrender.
He conquers Australia, where he asserts himself by massacring six million whites. Wait, how many? Smith, who ran on the Democratic ticket in real life during the election, just before The Red Napoleon was published. But Gibbons gives Smith credit for eventually stepping up and making the tough calls when the Communist army arrives in America. Washington, D. Louis, and Gibbons briefly indulges in a Michael Bay-esque trashing of Boston, a spectacle of the sort that the book could frankly use more of.
Although the miscegenation theme is clearly of paramount importance to Gibbons, his description of what actually happens in Occupied America is oblique to the point of absurdity, never coming out and saying what is obviously inferred about rape.
Very little of this comes out in the account of the war itself, which is instead an endless list of engagements, battle orders, regimental movements, and the occasional name-dropping of politicians Gibbons particularly likes or dislikes. This leads to a chain of events that devastates the Red Army in far fewer pages than it took to build it up. The fictional Gibbons — a journalist, mind you — personally captures the fleeing Karakhan, bringing an end to the war. Of course, victory comes too late for white people, who are left to cope with a world now thoroughly miscegenated.
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Oddly, Karakhan is sent to exile in Bermuda, rather than being tried for war crimes or at least imprisoned in Siberia. Lefties, pacifists, and dirty foreigners are the problem, righties and whiteys are the solution.
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