Michael Fallon MP Secretary of State for Defence
Stranger than Strangelove
#sameoldtories #Fallon #Trump
Thank you for your letter reproduced below.
There are enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world, planet earth, five times over. Many of them are based on our UK soil and most of those nasty weapons do not even belong to us and may soon be under the control of someone even stranger than Doctor Strangelove, the maniacal gun toting Donald Trump.
What is worse than the Trump is your alarmist misrepresentation of Labour policy. If you are going to scare me in order to get me to give you cash, then I must ask you to direct me to the Labour Party Policy that would weaken Britain's nuclear defences. Where exactly is it? Have you been reading the Daily Mail again?
Clearly you would like us to spend more money on UK capability to destroy the world more than five times? What exactly is your logic? We are so very large, so very big, bigger than most, bigger than our enemy, Daesh whoever they might be, so what other strange world would you like to have the capability of destroying?
Jupiter or Mars?
If you would like to help "the working people of Britain," you might start by just stop scaring them for cash.
Cash for Votes
Cash for Arms
Cash for Fear
Anyway, you’re in charge. When should I duck and cover under the table?
This week, we had yet another warning that the Labour Party are a threat to our national security.
Labour have said they would weaken Britain's defences by having a nuclear deterrent without any nuclear weapons, they would negotiate with Daesh terrorists, and they want to end the Falkland Islanders' right to self-determination.
leslie, it may be Labour's defence policy to have no defence, but we must make sure that it will never be Britain's.
It’s clearer than ever that Labour are a threat to our national and economic security. And with their candidates standing for election up and down the country this May, we need your help to stop them.
Donate today to ensure that we can deliver national and economic security for the working people of Britain.
Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP
Secretary of State for Defence