Numerous projects to invite enemies in Vietnam

Netizens recently denounced the sale of 25 million tons of sand exported by Vietnam’s Ministry of Defense to China to help the giant neighbor country build artificial islands in the East Sea (South China Sea). Hundreds of thousands of hectares of important land have been sold to the Chinese for management, while the Chinese historical image of the Qin dynasty is reappearing in the village of Lam Dong, causing many intellectual concerns.

Since 2014, it has been 6 years since China started to build a series of artificial islands in the East Sea in the Hoang Sa (Paracels) and the Truong Sa (Spratlys) that it conquered from Vietnam.

In early March 2015, China conducted a large-scale renovation and expansion of the 7 reefs in the Spratlys (ie Cross rock, Ga Ven, Chau Vien, South Johnson reef, Tu Nghia, Mischief, and Subi rocks), turned them into artificial islands.

Recently, the fact that 24 Chinese companies helping China’s government build artificial islands in the South China Sea were put on the list of sanctions by the US because the US has recognized China’s violence against Vietnam and other countries having sovereignty in the East Sea.

Since 2013, China has used state-owned companies to dredge and accretion more than 3,000 acres in disputed islands in the South China Sea, destabilizing the region, distorting sovereignty of its neighboring countries and severely destruct environment,” US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated in a statement.

Facebook Pham Minh Vu has analyzed the issue of exporting 25 million tons of sand by the Ministry of Defense from 2018 until now, although nominally selling to Singapore, it actually helps China build artificial islands in the South China Sea.

Out at sea, the Vietnamese authorities sell sand to China which uses the material for building artificial islands, so that they can set up military bases where they point rockets at our country.

Over the years, China has continuously upgraded the shoals and submerged rocks into artificial islands and then built bases on it. People ask where the sand is so that the communist will have enough to level the artificial islands they robbed from Vietnam,” Mr. Pham Minh Vu raised the problem.

Then the ships suck sand in our coast or rivers and sell the sand to a Singapore company, in fact, it is an intermediary company of Communist China, then they carry it directly to leveling islands. Thanks to these islands, China continues to rob and shoot our fishermen, and invade our country.”

On the shore, Vietnam’s Ministry of Defense also informed that hundreds of Chinese enterprises own 162,000 hectares of land, of which 6,300 hectares in prime coastal land.

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Our City Urban Area in Hai Phong City owned by Chinese People

China established rampant Chinatown around the country. Chinese citizens freely enter and go out Vietnam over years without being concerned or supervised by Vietnam’s authorities.

However, for Vietnamese people, whoever goes on social media to criticize, they immediately report.

On the shore, many Chinese constructions have been illegally built, especially the Chinese tourist resorts that have built the Great Wall, are now planning to build Qin Shi Huan tomb without anyone intervening.

Meanwhile, Vietnamese people were forced by the authorities to flee to work as hired labor in other countries. The authorities took land from the people and imprisoned those who oppose them to allocate land to China.

Over the past years, I have paid taxes to support the ruling regime in Vietnam, in return, they serve China only. Serving China back to invade Vietnam, we must call the Vietnamese ruler’s nation’s traitors,” Mr. Pham Minh Vu said.

In fact, Vietnam’s import-export management policy has banned the export of raw sand from 2005 until now.

Although sand importers said that Singapore continued to raise their voice, no one dared to export the banned item, only the Ministry of Defense would dare to ask the Government for permission to export so-called salty sand. That is sand exploited in areas near sea gates and the names of the importers are not necessarily mentioned.

For Singapore is only an intermediate trader and it imported sand from Vietnam and exported to China.

As China continuously builds artificial islands it naturally needs a huge amount of sand, it can be said that the hypothetical 25 million tons supplied to China only meet a very small fraction. This fact is easy to predict, but in import/export trade, the seller most likely only care if the buyer pays enough money.

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A coastal open-air sand mine in Van Tho commune, Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa.

The more serious incident was brought to the National Assembly in May 2020 that the Chinese are using more than 162,000 hectares of border and coastal land through two forms of establishing joint ventures and investing money for Chinese Vietnamese to buy land.

This is the information given by the Ministry of Defense in the voter questioning report sent to the National Assembly recently.

The land use should have been managed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, but when the Ministry of Defense raised in the National Assembly, it was due to independent investigative surveillance due to factors related to national security and the country’s sovereignty could be threatened.

According to the Ministry of Defense, in order to “own” plots of land in Danang, the Chinese mainly rely on two forms of establishing joint venture enterprises with Vietnam, or giving money to Chinese Vietnamese to buy land.

Initially in the first form of joint ventures, the Chinese contributed capital lower than the Vietnamese, the Vietnamese contributed capital mainly in land, the business would be run by the Vietnamese, but after a while in many ways the Chinese increased capital to gain the right to run the business. Since the property is land, the rights to use the land plots fall into the hands of the Chinese.

Most of the land plots “owned” by the Chinese are located on major coastal roads, favorable for business, and of great significance in the defensive area.

Recently, the social network has stirred up with hundreds of soldiers like the terracotta army under the tomb of Qin Shi Huang to gather at the Da Lat Nui Quy (Mountain Demon) Tourist Area.

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A truck carrying hundreds of Qin Shi Huang warrior statues to Da Lat Nui Quy Tourist Area

Lam Dong Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism said that they just received the information and at the beginning of the week they will come to check, which means that the construction works in this locality are not eapproved?

Facebook Thanh Nguyen Hong issued an angry “Warning“:

Quy Nui tourist area in Lam Dong after only 9 days of opening has to close because of its offensive and creepy statues. The work was inspected for completing legal procedures and the staff of the tourism area beat people with comments about uncultured statues.

That was in July, and now we see a jolt of cars carrying statues of Chinese warriors to the Forbidden City site. What is this? Will the Chinese troops occupy this place? Who brought the ancient Chinese troops back to this place?

The strange thing is that the people built the squat cage, the local government knew right from the time they brought the sand and bricks, and even the nearly 10-hectare tourist resort was opened and the officials did not know. Now, the statues of Qin Shi Huang army gathered in Da Lat they did not care. They did not know or they pretend not to know after getting money from the company? Mr. Thanh Nguyen Hong raised the question.

In another tourist area more famous than Doi Mong Mo (Dream Hill) owned by TTC Group which led by Chinese Vietnamese Dang Van Thanh, there is a construction mimixing China’s Great Wall built many years ago. The Great Wall, in addition to its grandeur, also makes people think disgusting to a brutal regime ruled by Qin Shi Huang, yet built in Dalat, not to mention its soldiers holding the Vietnamese flags. It is very difficult to understand.

What about the warriors at Quy Nui Resort are Vietnamese soldiers? Which state soldiers are soldiers? Tran, Le or Nguyen Dynasty? Already the army must have a commander, so who is the horse-riding general in the front row?

Despite the justification that there are stray birds and bronze drums on the shield, this work has distorted the historical events of Vietnam as well as the Chinese army in the Great Wall holding the five-color flag of our army,” Mr. Thanh Nguyen Hong made a comment.

Nguyen Ngoc Chu, a mathematician, said:

Let’s immediately erase the Great Wall in Lam Dong. Get rid of the zombies of Qin Shi Huang soldiers back to the country of Qin,” He said.

Please pay attention to leaders Lam Dong about the existence of the Vietnamese. That the Chinese tribe originated in the ancient Huayan mountains called the Qin state in the North Yellow River in present-day China’s Shaanxi region. That the Han people assimilated dozens of illustrious countries in the Northern Yellow River, between the Yellow River and the Changjiang, in the Southern Changjiang. But the Han people could not take land of the Vietnamese.

A small economic benefit under the guise of foreign investment cannot be prey to territorial capture and assimilation.

Without the Great Wall and Qin Shi Huang soldiers, would Lam Dong be poor?

Don’t think I have made the issue important. A hundred years from now, China would say there are remains of Qin soldiers in Lam Dong.

For the Chinese Communist Party, it is not vigilance, it is NOT to be believed,” Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Chu concluded. (Translated)

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