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The Paladin Principle
     

The Paladin Principle

by Philip David Stephens
 
Western civilization is at war with fanatical terrorists. It is a new kind of war the West is unaccustomed to fighting. The enemy strikes randomly, often uses difficult to defend suicidal tactics and hides intermingled among the general population. Politically correct Rules of Engagement and international law make it difficult to pursue terrorists and dispense the

Overview

Western civilization is at war with fanatical terrorists. It is a new kind of war the West is unaccustomed to fighting. The enemy strikes randomly, often uses difficult to defend suicidal tactics and hides intermingled among the general population. Politically correct Rules of Engagement and international law make it difficult to pursue terrorists and dispense the justice they deserve. They are often secretly supported by rogue states or well-financed organizations that defy international standards and threaten global chaos. In an age of weapons of mass destruction they are capable of murdering millions and destroying economic infrastructure in an instant.

The West is ill-equipped to confront this kind of adversary and destroy them where they live. But it must be done. Ideologically indoctrinated hard core terrorists cannot be changed. They are programmed to kill. They must be eliminated. Somebody has to do it. Who will accept the challenge and the responsibility of defending civilization from the forces of evil? Who will be that 'somebody'?

This book is about that 'somebody', a small group of clandestine warriors who have the experience, the skills and the determination to fight terrorism and avenge its evil deeds.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013462588
Publisher:
Slugzilla
Publication date:
11/29/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
697 KB

Meet the Author

Philip David Stephens is a pseudonym. My given name is Stephen. I had two brothers, Philip and David, both of whom passed away in the summer of 1992. The pen name Philip David Stephens just seemed appropriate. Personally, I believe the real name and biography of the author is unimportant. What is important is that the book achieve its objective. The Paladin Principle was written to be both entertaining and intellectually stimulating while remaining within the realm of possibility. Hopefully it succeeds.

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