I'm not quite sure how this attack can work because it has the following pre-requisites:
1) that you can generate blocks faster than the rest of the network
2) that you can do so without being subject to the same target modification rules
As I see it, assuming you have so much processing power that you can outpace the network, when you are doing your block generation, you will still have to adjust the target using the same algorithm or when you start posting your blocks to the network, they're going to get rejected because you weren't obeying the target value rules, therefore, I don't see how you could actually permit yourself to generate blocks more cheaply by not announcing them.
Connect two PC together with the -connect=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX command line to both machines with a fresh install, and both will start generating blocks from the genesis block and start building up the network again. Get enough PC going, you'll be able to keep the 1 per 10 minutes generation up to a constant level since the difficulty will always be a 1.000
After a while, you would have a perfect block chain from to finish in which those two PCs own all the coin and with the constant generation rate, overtake the flux rates that are seen out in the public network (where one block takes 8,000 seconds to find sometimes, your little network is doing a constant block every 300 seconds, eventually it would catch up and surpass the real chain)