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Dragon is deploying military aircraft on the South China Sea island, what is the trick behind it?

The whole world is aware of China’s expansionist policy. On the one hand, where China extends the hand of friendship, it stabs them on the back and history is also a witness to this. China is surrounded by its antics or by some controversies. The dragon running on the expansionist policy keeps trying to capture the sea from land. It is not that only China has a border dispute with India. Rather, China with expansionist thinking claims more than 20 countries. Napoleon Bonaparte said about China, there is a giant sleeping lying there, let him sleep, because when he wakes up he will create terror. This prophecy of Napoleon is proving true after two hundred years. In fact, be it monarchy, republic or communist rule in China, in every period, it has expanded its empire on the strength of strength and weapon. Recent satellite images have revealed that China is planning to deploy military aircraft on illegally built artificial islands in the South China Sea.

Let us tell you that satellite images have revealed that China has deployed many fighter and patrol aircraft, heavy transport helicopters and anti-aircraft missiles on these disputed islands. China’s dream is to rule the entire South China Sea with the help of a military base. This is the reason that China has become the center of disputes with Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and the Philippines over the entire area.

On the other hand, China has deployed KJ-500 Airborne Warning and Control aircraft at the military base built in the Spratly Islands in May and June. On the other hand, satellite images will show Y-9 transport aircraft and Z-8 heavy transport helicopters standing at the airbase on Subi Reef. A few months ago, China also conducted a major naval exercise near this island. In which China’s first aircraft carrier Liaoning along with its Carrier Strike Group also participated.

Former Naval Intelligence Officer Michael Dahm of the US Navy said that looking at satellite images shows that China has permanently stationed these planes on the island. Michael, who is currently working with Johns Hopkins University, said that the biggest change in military activity by 2021 is the presence of Chinese Special Mission KK aircraft and helicopters in Subi and Mischief Reefs. He said this deployment shows that the PLA has started air operations from those airfields.

At the same time, Dr Bryce Wakefield, National Executive Director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA), told news.com.au that this shows that China is trying to increase its control over the region. Now it remains to be seen when China will finally get rid of its dirty tricks.

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