China Establishes Spy Base Near US Naval Base In Cuba

Communist China is reportedly constructing a military spy base in Cuba, close to the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay. Satellite images published by The Wall Street Journal reveal that the base is being built in El Salao, a town near Santiago de Cuba.

Construction of this base began at the start of President Joe Biden’s administration. The facility is designed to house a circularly disposed antenna array, capable of intercepting electronic signals. Despite using older technology abandoned by the U.S. and Russia, the base poses a significant threat due to its proximity to U.S. military installations.

This base at El Salao is the fourth of its kind on the island, joining others in Bejucal, Wajay, and Calabazar. Intelligence officials warn that these bases allow China to intercept sensitive communications from U.S. military bases, space facilities, and commercial shipping, as well as spy on American citizens.

China’s expansion in the Caribbean is part of a broader strategy to weaken U.S. influence in the region. The construction of a megaport in Peru and increased influence in countries like Argentina, Honduras, Colombia, and Brazil are examples of China’s aggressive efforts to become the world’s leading superpower.

Additionally, China is effectively taking over Antigua, just a few hundred miles from the U.S. Virgin Islands. A Chinese-run special economic zone is being developed on the island, complete with its own customs and immigration formalities, a shipping port, and a dedicated airline. This zone will host businesses ranging from logistics to cryptocurrencies and even virology.

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