ZAMBALES, Philippines – The governor of Zambales claims that the Chinese military are already occupying the Philippines in the mountains of Sta. Cruz.

Gov. Deloso also claims that missiles are already stationed in the mountainous regions of the province.

As tension over the West Philippine Sea (formerly known as the South China Sea) continues – the claims that the Chinese have already inundated the mainland via a dummy corporation is the stance behind Gov. Deloso’s statement.
Deloso, in a conversation with Manila Bulletin, said that the Chinese military has occupied the areas around Sta. Cruz and that the United States Navy has a warship watching the area since the unfavorable ruling against the communist country at the Hague Tribunal.

Deloso also told the Manila Bulletin that the Chinese military has allegedly occupied a mountain area in Sta. Cruz municipality where their missiles are supposedly stationed. That area is said to be a total of approximately 500-hectares and was sold to the Chinese by former Gov. Hermogenes Ebdane, Jr.
Gov. Deloso said that “Pinagbili nila (Gov. Ebdane) sa Chinese and tatlong bundok at nakabuo sila ng 500 na hectare of island at dyan ngayon na-station ang missile ng China kaya binabantayan ng American warship yan lalo na’t naging pabor sa atin ang ruling ng arbitration court (They sold it to the Chinese – three mountains that compose a 500 hectare island area where they have stationed their missile; that’s why an American warship has been keeping an eye on it since the ruling favorable to the Philippines by the arbitration court).”
The governor also noted that the Chinese have already established themselves on Panatag (Scarborough Shoal), because there is a huge resource of oil sitting underneath it.

Reports show that three Chinese conglomerates operate in the same municipality as the governor claims – those three conglomerates operate five small-scale mines through Filipino dummy corporations. Those three include:
*Jiangxi Rare Earth & Metals Tungsten Group
*Wei-Wei Group
*Niaho Mineral Resources Inc.
Source: PinoyWorld.net

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