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According to CNBC, The Fufeng Group, a Shandong, China-based manufacturer of taste enhancers and sugar substitutes, has acquired 300 acres of farmland close to Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Grand Forks Air Force Base, which contains some of the most sensitive military drone technology in the nation, is only a 20-minute drive from the site. For $2.6 million, three residents of North Dakota sold the property to a Chinese business.
“But if you indeed obey His voice and do all that I speak, then I will be an enemy to your enemies and an adversary to your adversaries.” Ex. 23:22
One of the sellers, Gary Bridgeford, claimed that there was a visceral reaction to the local farmland being sold to a Chinese corporation. Bridgeford revealed to CNBC that several of his neighbours had posted placards in his front yard criticising the deal.
He declared, “I’ve been threatened. I’ve received every conceivable slur for selling real estate. The project controversy has sparked a heated debate in the small town, which has led to contentious city council meetings, political rivalry, and community opposition rallies.
Another local company owner claimed that the worries are legitimate. Craig Spicer, the owner of a trucking business next to the recently purchased Chinese property, told CNBC: “It makes me anxious for my grandchildren. It makes me anxious for my children.
Bridgeford, though, insists that there is no cause for alarm regarding the possibility that the Chinese government may utilise the area as a staging ground for espionage operations. He questioned, “How would they learn anything about the base.” It is roughly 12 kilometres away. It’s not close by.
People are concerned when they hear the China news, Bridgeford continued. However, everyone carries a Chinese-made phone in their pocket. What is the line you draw?
What Threat Does The Chinese Company Pose?
According to the city’s mayor, Brandon Bochenski, the planned $700 million plant will provide more than 200 direct jobs in addition to other chances for logistics, trucking, and other support services.
As the mayor of a tiny town, he acknowledges that there are national security considerations that are beyond his comprehension even yet he is adamant about pressing forward with the project. The Chinese initiative in North Dakota has not received a formal response from the US Air Force.
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