Quisling UK Govt Allows US Nukes At RAF Lakenheath

Not content with emptying the treasury and ammunition depots of the UK to further the US proxy war in Ukraine our Quisling government of occupation have quietly green lighted the storage of US nuclear weapons at RAF Lakenheath making the UK an instant target should the war in eastern europe go nuclear.

As is common with any US puppet regime the UK population were neither informed or consulted.

Evidence at the link

New U.S. Air Force budgetary documents strongly imply that the United States Air Force is in the process of re-establishing its nuclear weapons mission on UK soil.

The Air Force’s FY 2024 budgetary justification package, dated March 2023, notes the planned construction of a “surety dormitory” at RAF Lakenheath, approximately 100 kilometers northeast of London. The “surety dormitory” was also briefly mentioned in the Department of Defense’s testimony to Congress in March 2023, but with no accompanying explanation. “Surety” is a term commonly used within the Department of Defense and Department of Energy to refer to the capability to keep nuclear weapons safe, secure, and under positive control.

The justification documents note the new requirement to “Construct a 144-bed dormitory to house the increase in enlisted personnel as the result of the potential Surety Mission” [emphasis added]. To justify the new construction, the documents note, “With the influx of airmen due to the arrival of the potential Surety mission and the bed down of the two F-35 squadrons there is a significant deficiency in the amount of unaccompanied housing available for E4s and below at Royal Air Force Lakenheath” [emphasis added].

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Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, a former commander of Britain and Nato’s Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Regiment, said that the facility appeared to be a nuclear warhead store.

“In this case, a surety dormitory is a bunker used to house nuclear missiles and warheads. It needs to be hardened and a secure place – if the Russians wanted to drop a bomb on them it wouldn’t create a nuclear accident,” he told The Telegraph.   https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2023/08/29/united-states-britain-nuclear-weapons-raf-lakenheath/

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5 Responses to “Quisling UK Govt Allows US Nukes At RAF Lakenheath”

  1. Belyi says:

    I have read that all the nuclear warheads have been deactivated. The idea of a nuclear war doesn’t even enter my mind.

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      I agree Belyi, it can never happen

      The more you think about it then, nuclear weapons are a psychological weapon, rather than a physical weapon. They can never be used and haven’t been since 1945, 78 years ago. At least according to the official story that is

      But there is a real doubt about that official story. The 2 that were supposedly used were extremely suspicious in many respects. The photos are obviously fake, also the bomber crews, see a recent post. Ditto for the earlier “tests” too. Trinity test is particularly stupid, with stupid photos

      Whatever, a lot of very rich gobshites made an awful lot of money out of the damn things, in Russia and the West, real or not

      They certainly worked as a psychological weapon for a long time though. No doubt about that whatsoever. I lived through the scares of the ’60’s as a teenage kid and believe me the adults were very scared, at least most were. Particularly with the Cuba stuff

      Us teenagers were indifferent though. I suppose we figured that, if the adults were stupid enough to use one then, there wasn’t much that we could do about it, so no point in worrying. I certainly never did, I had far more important things to deal with. Like the next football game or den to make, or girl to chase 🙂

    • sovereigntea says:

      Where did you read it and who deactivated them ?

      Our Israeli “friends” went to great lengths to obtain W54 Pits from the Pantex facility

      Their enrichment / bomb factory at Dimona is still operating. Why would they keep paying for this ?

      I’ll wager the populations of Beruit and Yemen would strongly disagree that all the warheads have been deactivated.


      • Belyi says:

        I wasn’t aware that nuclear weapons have been used in Lebanon and Yemen. Both countries would be wiped off the map is this had occurred.

        • sovereigntea says:

          Wiped off the map is an invalid assertion. Modern nukes can be of any size / yield. Much less than you imagine with designer characteristics and signature.

          Re Lebanon why use an F16 rather than an F15 ? Post the detonation in Beruit Haifia is a much busier port.
          Qui Bono ?