Chinese Soldiers Allowed on US Soil by Obama for First Time in American History

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“Only by using special means to ‘clean up’ America will we be able to lead the Chinese people there. Only by using non-destructive weapons that can kill many people will we be able to reserve America for ourselves.” – Chinese Defense Minister, December 2005.

 

“Our military battle preparation appears to aim at Taiwan, but in fact is aimed at the United States, and the preparation is far beyond the scope of attacking aircraft carriers or satellites.”Chinese Defense Minister Chi Haotian, December 2005.

Tacoma, Washington – Chinese military operated on US soil for the first time in American history, marking an unprecedented provocation by the Obama administration and angering national security skeptics.

For the first time in American history, soldiers from the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) were allowed into the continental United States and invited to operate on a U.S. military base. A glowing article from the News Tribune described smiles and heartwarming stories of American and Chinese medics bonding and forming cross-cultural bridges, with zero mention of the national security ramifications or of how exactly the unprecedented access was allowed to occur, and with whose approval.

Many China policy experts look with alarm to the country’s breakneck military modernization and buildup, pointing out that the only reasonable conclusion one can infer is that the communist behemoth is preparing for a large-scale attack.

In 2004, a disturbing speech surfaced by the Chinese Defense Minister Chi Haotian, in which he called for the nuclear destruction of the continental United States and revealed that the nation was planning a surprise attack on America while pretending to aim its’ military preparations at Taiwan.

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