Chinese Mining Firms in the Philippines are smuggling soil to build Chinese Islands

West Philippine Sea Update:

Another awful discovery, inside sources from the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency(NICA) has found out that some Chinese mining firms are smuggling soil and rocks to help build a chain of Chinese islands in the West Philippine Sea. NICA agents were baffled to found out that besides from the Ore and Nickel that these mining firms are exporting towards China, a large amount of soil and rocks are secretly smuggled then ends up directly in one of the Chinese reclamation islands. The smuggling operation usually happens during the heat of the day as to hide the operation as an ordinary day in the mining area.

It’s quite saddening that the soil and rocks used in building the Chinese islands came from the Philippines. In simple words, the Philippines itself is indirectly contributing in building the islands, to which these islands will be utilize later on as Military bases to solidify and expand the Chinese encroachment of Philippine territories. These Chinese firms are operating in Palawan, Zambales and Ilocos Sur. The reason for this is that its much more nearer to get the necessary resources in the Philippines to build the islands than getting the resources in mainland China.

China has undergone an ambitious reclamation activities in the West Philippine Sea. Ignoring international calls from the U.S to stop the reclamation activities as not to aggravate the present situation which makes a weary ASEAN neighbors. China has insist that they are invoking their historical rights as to the ownership of the whole West Philippine Sea.

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