Kina stræber efter militær tilstedeværelse i Atlanterhavet

China is moving behind-the-scenes toward establishing a major naval port on the west coast of Africa that would host Chinese submarines and aircraft carriers capable of projecting Beijing’s military power directly into the Atlantic, a top U.S. military official warned on Thursday.

The top commander for U.S. military operations in Africa said Chinese officials have been approaching countries stretching from Mauritania to south of Namibia in search of where to position the naval facility.

“They’re looking for a place where they can rearm and repair warships. That becomes militarily useful in conflict,” U.S. Gen. Stephen Townsend said in an interview with The Associated Press.

Gen. Townsend, who heads the Pentagon’s Africa Command, added that China‘s military is already close to establishing such a facility in Djibouti, which is situated more than 2,000 miles away in the Horn of Africa on the Indian Ocean side of the continent.

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  1. Hvem kan fortænke dem? De har set, hvad venstrefløjen i USA har gang i, hvad EU har gang i, og hvad Sorros og Schwab har gang i. Kaos over hele linien.

    Selvfølgelig går de efter verdensherredømmet, og selvfølgelig får de det. Unge mennesker anbefaler jeg at lære russisk, hvis de er lidt frihedsorienterede, kinesisk hvis ikke.

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