Donald Trump Wants the White House to Ban China From Buying U.S. Farmland
Chinese ownership of United States farmland has leaped more than 20-fold in the past decade, and many Americans are growing concerned. China is also buying commercial and industrial properties, so U.S. officials are investigating. These land purchases, especially those near crucial infrastructure, may facilitate espionage and offer the Chinese Communist Party great power over U.S. supply chains.
That is why Donald Trump is promising to ban Chinese nationals from buying U.S. farmland or owning telecommunications, energy, technology and medical supplies companies if he retakes the White House in the upcoming election.
Campaign promises: Mr. Trump released a 3-minute video on January 19 exposing the threat from the world’s largest Communist nation:
China is buying up our technology. They’re buying up food supplies. They’re buying up our farmland. They’re buying up our minerals and natural resources. They’re buying up our ports and shipping terminals. And with the help of corrupt influence peddlers like the Biden crime family, China is even trying to buy up the pillars of the U.S. energy industry. While some are focused on China’s purchases near power plants and military bases, the fact is we should be very concerned about all Chinese Communist activity in the United States. As I’ve long said, economic security is national security.
Unrestricted warfare: President Trump is right to be concerned about China. Beijing has a documented plan to be the premier global superpower by 2049, which involves supplanting the United States. The book Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America, by Col. Qiao Liang and Col. Wang Xiangsui, shows that China is currently trying to demoralize and destabilize the U.S. but ultimately has designs that involve open military conflict. China’s gross domestic product is set to overtake America’s gdp around 2035.
Prophecy says: Decades ago, the late Herbert W. Armstrong warned that communism would be an important factor that would strip America of its historically unprecedented blessings. Yet he also warned that it would be Europe, not China, that ended up invading America. A sobering prophecy in Daniel 11 specifies that a European superpower (“the king of the north”) will destroy a radical Islamic power (“the king of the south”) before “tidings out of the east and out of the north shall trouble him: therefore he shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and utterly to make away many” (verse 44). The Bible does not say what these tidings are, but specifies that they will motivate the king of the north to conquer many nations (including America). This implies that Europe will likely find out about Chinese designs on the U.S. and take preemptive action.
Learn more: Read “Wake Up to the Threat From China.”