Andrew Bridgen: We are already at war with Russia

There are a few reasons why Rishi Sunak has called a general election now, Mr Bridgen said. The reasons Mr. Bridgen gave were: Sunak knows he hasn’t got inflation under control and food prices are going to skyrocket before the end of the summer; the disastrous Rwanda Bill for dealing with illegal migrants was only ever “for show” which will become more and more apparent to the public as times goes on; the narrative of “safe and effective” vaccines is effectively destroyed but as time goes on, even more people are going to realise they were lied to. Another reason is the war with Russia, and possibly its allies; Sunak doesn’t want to be a wartime prime minister.

“I’ve got my informants in the Ministry of Defence and Rishi Sunak had told them six [to] eight months ago – the Generals, the Admirals and the Air Vice Marshals – that he doesn’t want to be a wartime leader,” Mr. Bridgen told Coleshill.

“The information I’ve got is that we’ve got British personnel – they won’t be classed as service personnel now but they would have been in our military very recently – we’re firing British missiles, Storm Shadow missiles out of Ukraine into Russia, being controlled by UK citizens … the Americans are doing the same with their weapons.  The Germans, the Poles everyone else is doing [it], the French they’re all doing it.  We are effectively, we’re actually at war with Russia now.  They just haven’t squared it with Parliament [and] haven’t told Parliament officially. They haven’t told the people. And this [war] is escalating,” he said.

But there are a lot of strange things going on, Mr. Bridgen said.  For example, the UK advertises that its nuclear missiles don’t work at the same time as the government is pushing for conscription and national service.  Another example is the last remaining steel factory that could make weapons-grade steel for armaments has been shut down.

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