The difficulty in Bitcoin is recalculated every 14 days. What if immediately after this difficulty adjustment someone targets Bitcoin nodes with a supercomputer and start creating new blocks?
Such attack can create some many bitcoin to complete the series to the 21 million bitcoins before the 14 days pass by. Then the difficulty will be recalculated and it is going to result sky high, because of so many blocks were generated in the previous cycle.
But after that the super computer is disconnected, and the Bitcoin network (all nodes that were mining prior the attack) will have no power to create another block. The network will stall. The interest in mining Bitcoin will disappear and nobody would be able to withdraw anything, since you would need a supercomputer to create the next block, or wait for hundreds of years for the next block to come.
Is there any error in my reasoning? Is this scenario possible?