Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.

This is a famous quote by Ian Fleming, a man who knew a lot about clandestine warfare from personal experience.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at a few recent news stories.

Chinese national forces way onto Marines’ top combat training base in California

A man identified as a Chinese national forced his way through a gate at the Marine Corps’ largest live-fire combat training base last week before being detained by military police, service and federal officials said. The man, who has not been named, arrived in a vehicle at Condor Gate, south of the Main Gate at the Marine Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, according to officials with the Marine Corps and the Department of Homeland Security. The base, which is home to the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, stretches about 935 square miles in the desert roughly 120 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. “Despite being prompted to exit at the Condor Gate by installation security, the individual proceeded onto the installation without authorization,” according to a statement from the Marines. “Military law enforcement were immediately notified and detained the individual. They then notified and transferred custody to Customs and Border Protection.”

CPB was brought in because he was here illegally.

Jordanian in Quantico base breach reportedly entered US illegally, was let go by Border Patrol

One of the Jordanian nationals arrested for attempting to ram his way into Marine Corps Base Quantico with a box truck had been screened by the Border Patrol but let into the US with no restrictions, according to Fox News.

The man had illegally crossed into the US at San Diego, California, in April and was detained by the Border Patrol.

He was joined in the truck for the May 3 attempted breach by another Jordanian national who was in the country illegally after overstaying a student visa, the news outlet said.

So we have a Chinese illegal trying to break into Twentynine Palms and two Jordanian illegals trying to break into Quantico.

Lastly, is a story I started covering already.

Mysterious shooting outside Army Special Forces residence in North Carolina raises questions

A mysterious shooting in North Carolina north of Fort Liberty, formerly Fort Bragg, not far from where some of America’s most elite U.S. Special Operations forces live and train is under investigation by the Army Criminal Investigation Division as well as local police. The shooting in Carthage, North Carolina occurred May 3 at 8:15 p.m. following a phone call about a suspected trespasser near a Special Forces soldier’s property.

Two Chechen men who spoke broken English were found near the soldier’s home. The family alleges the suspected intruder, 35-year-old Ramzan Daraev of Chicago was taking photos of their children. When confronted near a power line in a wooded part of the property, an altercation ensued and Daraev was shot several times at close range. A second man, Dzhankutov Adsalan, was in a vehicle some distance from the incident and was questioned by authorities and then released. The Moore County Sheriff’s office is leading the investigation.

The shooting incident two weeks ago in Carthage could have been a case of mistaken identity. The two Chechens had no personal identification. They did have two cell phones with Russian language contacts and camera equipment. They were not wearing any uniforms for the power company that reportedly employed them.

At the time of the incident, Daraev was not in possession of any utility equipment, utility clothing, or identification. The incident has been reported to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

I think it’s pretty clear that our open border and poor immigration enforcement is allowing our enemies to send in operatives to test our domestic military defenses.

This, I believe, is a prelude to war. America has not had a strike on a continental military base since 1812 by a foreign enemy and the Civil War by a uniformed military.

(I’m not counting lone wolf terrorists attacks like the Fort Hood shooting.)

That is our strength.

But if we get into a major war and our domestic bases have to deal with 5th Column attacks, that will change how we fight.

This is very, very bad.

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By J. Kb

2 thoughts on “We are being scouted out”
  1. Do not ignore the acquisition of land adjacent to military bases by the Chinese. One drone, a bit of explosive, and an entire flight line could be destroyed. Take out the fuel dump, and the base is out of commission for a measurable amount of time.
    Personnel attacking the front gate will be the distraction, not the real attack.

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