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Guest post by Lawrence Sellin, Li-Meng Yan and Ding-Gang Wang

Starting in 2015, a Chinese real estate development company called China Oceanwide Holdings began buying land on Oahu in the Hawaii Islands just ten miles west of the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor.

The stated intent of the land purchases was to build a luxury hotel and homes, but nothing was ever built, even though China Oceanwide had accumulated land worth over 500 million dollars in the vicinity of Pearl Harbor.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/09/china-now-owns-large-section-land-near-pearl-harbor-another-effort-disrupt-us-response-china-offensive/

Buyers from the People’s Republic of China purchased $6.1 billion in real estate last year, the most of any foreign buyer. Many of these purchases over the past few years have been of farmland or ranchland near U.S. military bases. 

https://thefederalist.com/2022/07/27/letting-china-purchase-us-land-poses-an-even-bigger-national-security-risk-than-you-think/

A Chinese company purchased hundreds of acres of North Dakota farmland mere minutes from a major US Air Force base, prompting national security fears as the communist country adds to its nearly 200,000 acres of US agricultural land worth $1.9 billion.

The China-based food producer, Fufeng Group, plans to build a corn-milling plant on its newly acquired 300 acres of land in Grand Forks, just 20 minutes down the road from the Grand Forks Air Force Base, where some of the nation's most sensitive drone technology is based.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11044615/China-purchased-300-acres-North-Dakota-20-minutes-military-base-causing-security-concerns.html

The White House on Tuesday dodged questions about China’s concerning purchases of land in the United States, including the potential threat of scooping up property near military bases.

John Kirby, the strategic coordinator for communications of President Joe Biden’s national security council shrugged off several questions from Kimberly Halkett, a White House Correspondent for Al Jazeera English about China’s recent land purchases during the daily press briefing.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/09/14/white-house-shrugs-off-threat-of-china-purchasing-land-near-military-bases/


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