It’s happening right under our noses. Thousands of Chinese nationals are pouring into the United States, and the numbers are staggering. But this isn’t your typical immigration story. No, this is something far more sinister.
The data is undeniable. In fiscal year 2023 alone, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported encounters with nearly 40,000 Chinese nationals on both our southern and northern borders. To put that into perspective, that’s a whopping increase from the 23,500 and 27,800 encountered in 2021 and 2022, respectively. And here’s the kicker: the vast majority of these individuals are men of military age.
Now, let’s pause for a moment and think about this. Why would there be such a sudden and dramatic increase in Chinese nationals, specifically military-aged men, trying to enter the U.S.? And why now?
The plot thickens when you consider their journey. These individuals aren’t just hopping on a plane from Beijing to Los Angeles. No, they’re starting their treks in Ecuador, a nation that conveniently offers visa-free entry to Chinese citizens. From Ecuador, they make their way to Necoclí in Colombia, and then through the perilous Darién Gap, a dense jungle notorious for its armed guerillas, drug traffickers, and dangerous wildlife. And they’re not doing it alone. Reports suggest that some are paying smugglers up to $35,000 for assistance.
But why go through all this trouble? Why not just fly directly to the U.S.?
The answer might be more alarming than you think. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green, R-Tenn., has voiced his concerns, stating that there’s been a “massive increase” of Chinese nationals with ties to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) entering the U.S. via these routes.
Over 17,800 Chinese nationals have been released into the U.S. this year alone. Green doesn’t mince words, pointing out the glaring flaws in the Biden administration’s border policies, which he describes as “mind-blowing” in their “stupidity“. He warns that these individuals could act as “saboteurs“, drawing parallels to how Russian military personnel established residency in Ukraine before its invasion.
Coincidence? I think not.
With tensions between the U.S. and China escalating, and whispers of a potential war growing louder, it’s hard to ignore the timing of this influx. It’s even more concerning when you realize that these Chinese nationals are moving in groups. Earlier this year, footage emerged showing hundreds of military-aged Chinese men in Panama, all heading towards the U.S. border.
So, what’s the endgame here? Are these individuals simply seeking a better life in America, or is there a more nefarious plan at play?
It’s time to wake up, America. We need to ask the hard questions and demand answers. Our national security is at stake, and we can’t afford to be caught off guard. The silent invasion is happening, and we need to be prepared.
The Unseen Threat: Chinese Nationals and the U.S. Border Crisis
The story doesn’t end with mere numbers. It’s not just about the thousands of Chinese nationals crossing our borders. It’s about what they’re doing once they’re here, and the potential threat they pose to our national security.
Recently, a video surfaced, courtesy of Muckraker.com founder Anthony Rubin, that showcased hundreds of military-aged Chinese men in Panama, all heading towards the U.S. border. Rubin, during his appearance on “Fox & Friends First,” revealed that these groups of men are seen daily, multiple times a day, lining up and boarding buses to continue their journey. The systematic nature of these movements suggests a level of coordination that cannot be ignored.
But what happens once they set foot on American soil? Disturbingly, many of these Chinese nationals have been found in places they have no business being. Some, posing as ‘tourists’, have been discovered wandering onto missile launch sites in New Mexico. Others, masquerading as scuba divers, have tried to get close to rocket launch sites in Florida.
There are even reports of some claiming to be guests on an Army base in Alaska. Their alibis? They’re just ‘lost‘ tourists trying to find a nearby fast-food joint, conveniently close to a U.S. military base. These are the ones we’ve caught. How many more are out there, successfully carrying out covert operations?
The broader issue is the unchecked movement of migrants once they’re released into the U.S. Take, for instance, the recent crime wave in Oakland County, Michigan. This region, far from the southern border, has been targeted by “transnational gangs” from South America, who are burglarizing upscale homes.
Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard has reported thefts of jewelry, precious metals, high-end watches, luxury purses, electronics, money, and safes, amounting to over $1 million. While the Chinese nationals aren’t here for burglary, the point remains: once inside, they can be anywhere.
The situation has become so dire that even staunch liberals are raising the alarm. New York Governor Kathy Hochul, typically an advocate for open borders, has made an about-face. Overwhelmed by the sheer number of migrants flooding into New York, she’s now calling for a dramatic increase in border security.
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In a recent appearance on CBS News’ Face the Nation, Hochul urged for limits on migration and a significant boost in Border Patrol agents. However, in a move that seems more political than practical, she shifted the blame onto Republicans, conveniently overlooking the fact that it’s the Biden administration’s policies that have exacerbated the crisis since 2021.
The writing is on the wall. As tensions simmer and the possibility of a conflict with China looms, these military-aged men are positioning themselves across the U.S., ready to execute their assignments. It’s a chilling thought: an enemy nation potentially pre-positioning its soldiers, spies, and saboteurs within our borders. And what’s our response? A seemingly blind eye to the impending storm.
The clock is ticking. Every day, more Chinese nationals of military age arrive.
And if and when a conflict arises, they’ll be strategically placed, ready to act.
It’s a game of chess, and right now, it seems we’re several moves behind.