Suspected Chinese spies try to infiltrate US military bases in Alaska
In recent years, Chinese citizens suspected of being spies have made multiple efforts to infiltrate military facilities in Alaska, where many sensitive bases are located.
According to USA Today, an incident… pic.twitter.com/4Yvtzswn8C
— Spotlight on China (@spotlightoncn) June 1, 2023
The new reporting of suspected Chinese spies in Alaska is another wake-up call that we are in a new era of authoritarian aggression led by dictators in China and Russia. It’s also another example of just how important Alaska is for America’s national defense. pic.twitter.com/p2xYgPRaCF
— Sen. Dan Sullivan (@SenDanSullivan) June 2, 2023
“A new era of authoritarian aggression” is codeword for “penis should only go in vagina.”
The US thinks the penis should go in the anus, and they won’t stand for people disagreeing with that premise.
Suspected Chinese spies disguised as tourists have repeatedly attempted to enter US military bases in Alaska in recent years, service members say.
The Chinese citizens have been apprehended trying to gain entry at bases like Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, where soldiers on one occasion searched a vehicle that had blown past a checkpoint and found a drone, according to troops who spoke with USA Today.
Many of the foreign nationals claimed to have gotten lost while driving around and taking in the sights of the Last Frontier, where the US houses sensitive military capabilities at the nation’s closest point to adversaries Russia, North Korea and China.
“We take the safety and security of our people in our installations very seriously,” Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said recently when asked about China’s spying during a recent visit to the state.
“We always live with the possibility of intrusion on our installations, and so we work very hard to make sure, working alongside state and local authorities and others, that those bases and installations are protected from threats,” she added. “We take a lot of measures to do that. And we’re going to make sure we can continue to protect our installation so our folks can perform their missions.”
The news comes at a time of heightened tension between the Pacific powers, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and China’s aggression toward Taiwan and ambitions in the South China Sea have chilled relations.
Retired Air Force Gen. David Deptula told USA Today that incursions by the alleged spies could lead to American military communications being monitored via sensors left concealed at the bases, which include Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage and Eielson Air Force Base outside of Fairbanks.
The most tiresome thing is that Fatmericans believe this tripe. The “conservatives” believe it. It’s the only thing Brandon says that they believe. But it’s also of the most relevance to man in the universe.
Watch the moment a Chinese jet buzzed an American spy plane over the South China Sea and flew directly in front of the plane’s nose, a maneuver the U.S. military called “unnecessarily aggressive.” Here’s what to know about U.S.-China relations: https://t.co/FrD5CPGzZc pic.twitter.com/2mfGlre0QA
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 1, 2023