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3,000 Chinese soldiers in Manila – Lacson


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SEN. Panfilo Lacson on Wednesday said he received a report that about 2,000 to 3,000 alleged members of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are in the Philippines on an immersion mission.

“I would like to emphasize that this report is yet to be validated,” Lacson, chairman of the Senate Committee on National Defense and Security, bared in a text message.

“I can only say that my source is fairly reliable, based on past information that he has provided to me. The intelligence community should exert extra effort to gather information in this regard,” he added.

The PLA, with over 2 million active personnel, is China’s armed forces. It consists of five service branches: the Ground Force, Navy, Air Force, Rocket Force and Strategic Support Force.

“I have no way of validating the number given by my source. I merely relied on his reliability as a source of information, based on the accuracy of past reports that he has provided,” Lacson said.

“If true, we have every reason to be concerned because of the circumstances surrounding the WPS (West Philippine Sea), not to mention the unusually high number of Chinese influx and the unexplainable amount of monies flowing into the country from [the] Chinese…” he said.

The Makati Police earlier arrested two Chinese allegedly involved in the killing of their fellow citizen in a Makati restaurant on February 27.

The suspects were found carrying fake Chinese military identification cards. But the police said the suspects were not members of the PLA because the names and photos in the IDs did not match the suspects’.

The suspects were charged with murder, frustrated murder, and illegal possession of firearms and bladed weapon.

https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/national/3000-chinese-soldiers-in-manila-–-lacson/ar-BB10Kmtw?ocid=spartandhp

 

 

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Paddy
25 minutes ago, Dafey said:

The suspects were found carrying fake Chinese military identification cards. But the police said the suspects were not members of the PLA because the names and photos in the IDs did not match the suspects’.

Fake ID cards with false names and pictures are proof that you don’t belong to an organization. Case closed...

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Dafey

Or maybe....That's what they want you to think?

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What about the other 2998? Are their's fake too?
 

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Paddy

If they are, they can’t possibly be PLA can they? The police said so...

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Dafey

Yes, the PNP are on top of the intelligence community. Nothing gets by them. Unless you pay them for it...

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to_dave007
4 hours ago, Dafey said:

the PNP are on top of the intelligence community. Nothing gets by them

and Dafey says so.

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I just hope that all of those soldiers get tested for coronavirus.

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