Connecting an open U.S. border with 'unrestricted warfare' and the PLA

Connecting an open U.S. border with 'unrestricted warfare' and the PLA

Connecting an open U.S. border with 'unrestricted warfare' and the PLA

A longtime expert on China and its repressive government says the wave of Chinese nationals entering the U.S. from Mexico border represent a serious and violent threat to America and its citizens.

Illegal aliens from all over the world are streaming across the U.S.-Mexico border, setting new records at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, but the flow of illegals from China has been raising eyebrows in Congress and elsewhere after the Border Patrol encountered 24,048 Chinese nationals in 2023, a runaway record for the federal agency.

A recent "60 Minutes" segment from California filmed dozens of Chinese nationals crossing through a gap in a border wall 60 miles from San Diego. The group stepped into U.S. territory unmolested while a Border Patrol agent watched, the correspondent said. 

With the Biden administration letting virtually every illegal alien enter the U.S. and remain, a smart strategy by the People’s Liberation Army would be to mix in trained soldiers and spies with those nationals. If war breaks out, just a squad-sized unit would wreak havoc inside our borders.

If just 1% of those 24,000 Chinese nationals is trained for war, that is 240 PLA soldiers on our soil.

Chang, Gordon (author, commentator) Chang

China expert Gordon Chang tells AFN it defies logic to believe all those people from China are coming to the U.S. for a better life.

“We are seeing packs of Chinese males, groups of five to 15, military age, traveling without family members, pretending not to speak English,” warns Chang, citing journalist Michael Yon and his disturbing first-hand reports from Central America.

Yon, a military vet-turned-war-correspondent, has been crisscrossing the jungles of Panama for years to report on the Darien Gap. That mountainous region has emerged as a main route where foreigners from all over the world arrive and receive help from U.S.-funded non-government agencies. From there the foreigners travel north by bus. They eventually reach the Mexico-U.S. border, where they claim asylum and disappear into the country.

Yon documents and even interviews the foreigners he encounters, so he is warning anybody who will listen he is watching “military-age males” make the expensive trek to the United States.

Chang, who cited Yon’s warnings in a recent Daily Caller commentary, also cites a leaked PLA military strategy that is now a book called Unrestricted Warfare. That war plan, co-written by two PLA officers in 1999, urges the PLA to using non-traditional offensive attacks, such as terrorism and cyber warfare, to defeat a stronger military foe.  

Maginnis, Robert (FRC) Maginnis

National security expert Bob Maginnis, a former U.S. Army intelligence officer, tells AFN it makes sense for China to use our own “stupidity” on the southern border to sneak trained operatives into the country.

“And then they, of course, would target various infrastructure in the United States and create more chaos,” he warns.

That is a “terrible scenario,” Maginnis adds, but he is aware of China’s military doctrine on “unrestricted warfare” which means using every mechanism you can to defeat your enemy.