Russian MP Compares Theresa May To Hitler And Says UK Government Is Behind Sergei Skripal Attack
Russian MP said “This is a drama for British TV. It's a behaviour of Hitler when he blamed someone in burning of Reichstag.”

A Russian MP has compared the British Prime Minister Theresa May to Adolf Hitler and accused UK of creating “fake news” over the nerve agent attack on a double agent in Salisbury.

Vitaly Milonov, an eccentric member of the ruling United Russia party, told BBC Radio Four’s Today programme that the British government was responsible for the attack and was pushing a “fantasy” for blaming Russia.

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“They had to make this fantasy. They had to kill this poor pensioner, useless for us. This is a drama for British TV,” Milonov added: “It’s a behaviour of Hitler when he blamed someone for the burning of the Reichstag.”

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Milonov said Theresa May and her colleagues have created a fake story because they need an explanation to British people and British business why they are going to “perform some anti-British steps in favour of United States policy against Russia.”

Then he added: “So, they had to make this fantasy. They had to kill, to try to kill, this poor pensioner, useless for us.”

Sarah Montague, the programme’s host, asked: “So the UK Government is behaving like Hitler?”

Formerly, Milonov called Sergei Skripal a “useless fake agent”. He also claimed the nerve agent which poisoned Skripal and his daughter Yulia is 50 years old and “it’s not modern stuff.”

“You can take this poison from any laboratory in Ukraine or other fake countries that are happy to help you.” he added.

Earlier on Monday, the PM said Russia’s ambassador in London had been summoned to the Foreign Office to explain whether the attack was “a direct action by the Russian state” or the result of the Russian Government “losing control” of its stock of nerve agents. She said Russia has until the end of Tuesday to explain how the substance ended up in Britain.

Later, Russia’s foreign minister told May that Moscow “is not to blame” for the military-grade nerve agent attack on the agent.

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