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China Buying Up Land Near Strategic US Military Bases, 19 American Locations Potentially Compromised

Chinese land purchases near strategic military bases in the United States are causing even more concern about the amount of political and strategic power the country wields in America.
In recent years, entities out of the People’s Republic have purchased countless acres of U.S. farmland, some of it near military bases critical to America’s national security.
The purchases, and other apparent infiltration of the American homeland, underline an alarming fact about China’s ability to project power.

According to the New York Post, Chinese investors own more than 349,442 acres across the United States.
At least 19 of these foreign holdings are located in worrying proximity to domestic military bases.

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