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US military bases fend off visits from
Chinese citizens: reports

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Posted By: PageTurner, 9/5/2023 12:58:27 AM

Chinese nationals have accessed U.S. military bases and other facilities dozens of times, U.S. officials said, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. Government agencies like the Defense Department and the FBI held a review the past year to limit the events, the Journal reported. Officials allegedly call the people involved in the incidents “gate-crashers” and have espionage concerns about their occurrence. The gate-crashers have reportedly shown up in places like a U.S. missile range in New Mexico and a U.S. government rocket launch site in Florida. A similar report about gate-crasher incidents in Alaska by USA Today


Pretending they're just little lost tourists.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Richard from Norwood 9/5/2023 3:57:09 AM (No. 1549536)
Re: "“The relevant claims are purely ill-intentioned fabrications,” Liu Pengyu, a spokesperson with the embassy, told the Journal. “We urge the relevant U.S. officials to abandon the Cold War mentality, stop groundless accusations, and do more things that are conducive to enhancing mutual trust between the two countries and friendship between the two peoples.” Spoken like a TRUE fabricator!!!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: mifla 9/5/2023 4:12:54 AM (No. 1549539)
I'm surprised that they did not show the guards a letter from Biden inviting them onto the bases.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: SweetPea3 9/5/2023 4:50:37 AM (No. 1549548)
Both Japan and Germany did this in the 1930s. Student exchange programs and tourists were recruited and sent to photograph and journal facilities, bridges, dams, harbors and such to send back to the motherland.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 9/5/2023 6:01:36 AM (No. 1549552)
Meanwhile, Teslas are not allowed anywhere near sensitive facilities in China because of their surveillance capabilities.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: smokincol 9/5/2023 7:40:34 AM (No. 1549589)
all they have to do is call horseface kerry and, for a price of course, he'll get them whatever they want / need
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rinktum 9/5/2023 8:04:27 AM (No. 1549629)
Time to send Chinese tourists packing. Deport everyone that is coming through our open borders. Do not accept foreign Chinese students. No more H1B visas. Hire only American citizens. Sometimes I believe because of the policies of this government we are too stupid to be a country. How about we put America and Americans first??
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