It is now clear to all Americans that China is the country’s greatest geopolitical threat.
The communist country has grown increasingly belligerent in their mission to influence the west.
And China’s infiltration on college campuses is worse than anyone imagined.
Many colleges and universities around America have begun shuttering Confucius Cultural Exchange Centers.
The stated idea behind the centers was to create a resource on campus where American students could learn about China.
But behind the scenes, the Confucius Centers had a much darker agenda.
The centers were used to spread Chinese communist party propaganda and spy on Chinese nationals in American universities, fearing they might defect.
The Department of Defense considered the threat of the Confucius Centers so serious, they’ve pulled funding from universities that house them.
However, that hasn’t stopped the problem because China’s encroachment on U.S. campuses remains profound and alarming.
Several spies on American universities have already been exposed.
For example, an adjunct professor at UCLA was arrested for attempting to steal military secrets for China and faces up to 219 years in federal prison.
Other professors have been indicted and/or terminated from their positions for failing to disclose employment contracts with China.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg regarding China’s grand plot.
They have a mission to replace America as the most dominant country in the world.
They’ve taken many underhanded actions in furthering their goal, including cheating on trade deals, stealing intellectual property from other countries, and manipulating their currency.
Security experts also believe China could be embedding manufactured goods with spyware.
The country recently celebrated 70 years of communist rule and unveiled new military weapons that pose a serious threat.
President Xi Jinping even warned that no country could stop China.
The communist party is also highly protective of its image and any references to the student-led protests of 1989 in Tiananmen Square have been sent down the memory hole.
Pictures of the government massacre on protesters have been censored by the communist party.
And ever since Hong Kong reverted to Chinese rule in 1997, mainland China has slowly encroached on the freedoms of Hong Kong, attempting to put it fully under the thumb of communist rule.
But Hong Kongers have freedom in their bones and don’t want to become slaves to the communist state.
And recently, China engaged in an aggressive disinformation campaign when an NBA general manager tweeted support of Hong Kong protesters.
Houston Rockets general manager tweeted in support of the pro-freedom protesters and was instantly condemned by the Chinese government.
Rumors swirled that he almost got fired for the tweet.
Many businesses, including the NBA, were exposed as being subservient to China because of the financial pressure they can exert.
China’s influence stretches into politics, too.
A Chinese spy was employed by California Senator Diane Feinstein for 20 years, and John Liu, a former mayoral candidate for New York City, had hidden ties to the communist party of China.
China has no remorse about trying to build up their power and influence while undermining the United States.