Why it is so difficult for Americans to convince Democrats that it is not a good idea to sell our land and national sovereignty to our sworn enemies is baffling to anyone with common sense, but many of our elected civil servants are extremely greedy and would rather make money than worry about the health and well-being of people for whom they genuinely do not care.
The absurdity of the struggle to prevent Communists, who have declared war on the United States of America, from acquiring our vital land and infrastructure has reached its zenith, and the US Military has been forced to intervene against a group of idiotic elected officials who were facilitating a massive land grab by a foreign nation that intends to displace Americans.
In 2021, Dr. Lee Edwards reported for The Heritage Foundation on the development of a quiet conflict between China and the United States that appears to be intensifying.
China is waging a sophisticated “soft” war against the United States with a dual objective: to challenge the United States as the world’s leading superpower and to displace its dominating position in China’s vicinity. China’s plan affects all part of our society, including the economic, technical, educational, political, and even artistic spheres.
With a $14 trillion GDP, a population of 1.4 billion brimming with confidence and nationalist fervor, and an assertive Communist Party commanding a modern military, China is determined to reclaim its status as the Middle Kingdom and to erase the humiliation of Western dominance over the majority of the last two centuries.
China’s strategic use of “hard power”—its offensive weapons development, its harsh restriction of free expression and assembly in Hong Kong, its regular military drills and threats targeted at Taiwan, and its “colonization” of the South China Sea—is cause for concern. However, we must also consider China’s deployment of “soft power,” particularly through its United Front Work Department (UFW). In a 2018 paper for the Other Policy Research Institute, June Teufel Dreyer says that the UFW “seeks to influence the policy of foreign nations toward Chinese interests using legal, illegal, or ambiguous tactics.” The United States is China’s primary objective in its worldwide onslaught.
Therefore, why would North Dakota sell its property to the United States’ enemies? And what can be done in response?
ZeroHedge reported on the latest state-related developments.
The United States Air Force has warned that the development of a Chinese-owned maize mill in North Dakota constitutes a “significant threat to national security.”
North Dakota’s proposed location for a Chinese-owned maize mill is 12 miles away from the Grand Forks Air Force Base.
Fufeng Group, a Shandong province, China-based maker of MSG and xanthan gum, purchased 370 acres of farmland in Grand Forks with the promise that the $700 million site will be economically beneficial to the community.
According to GOP Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer, however, the Air Force says: “the proposed project presents a significant threat to national security with both near- and long-term risks of significant impacts to our operations in the area,” though the military branch declined to state specific threats.
However, many of locals have suspected that the grain mill may be utilized for espionage.
At least 5,000 locals signed a petition to oppose the building of the mill in August of last year. Despite his early support for the mill, Brandon Bochenski stated on Tuesday that it should be shut down.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“The federal government has requested the city’s help in stopping the project as geo-political tensions have greatly increased since the initial announcement of the project,” he said, adding that he would block construction by denying building permits and refusing to connect city infrastructure to the site, Yahoo News reported more details: CONTINUE READING…