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So whats really happening in London UK?

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posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:40 PM
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Hi guys.

Im a believer that everything has an endgame and a reason for happening.

Especially when its something like the evacuation of multiple Towers across London.

For those who dont know , 2 weeks ago there was a large fire in London that destroyed an entire tower block.

GRENFELL TOWER FIRE

As soon as i saw it happening i thought (like any huge event) "whats the play here, why has this happened?"... i wondered if it was to distract the public from the election , or to hammer home how much the emergency services are relied on, as this was a heavy focus from the news but then the focus switched to the cause of the fire which was quickly revealed as the cladding in the building being unsafe and causing the fire to spread rapidly through the building.

Now they have started to investigate multiple Towers and have already begun evacuation of them.

34 TOWERBLOCKS FAIL CLADDING TESTS

RESIDENTS EVACUATED

I can usually put my finger on why things are happening but this one is stumping me.

IF there is a conspiracy or endgame here, then what is it?

Why are they doing it so quickly, its only been 2 weeks since the original fire and they have already evacuated multiple Towers.

Why are they evacuating so many people from all these towerblocks? What do they gain from this?

Anyone have any ideas?

I know accidents can and do happen but my "tinfoil" hat never leaves my head lol and every single day the news is showing members of Parliament talking about how much they care about the public's safety. Especially the lower class and we all know that isnt true.

Thanks for any input guys!




posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:43 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

I'd love to hear more eye witness testimony or information from people who lived in Grenfell Tower.

There seem to be discrepancies between what is being reported, and what actual residents know to be true, which immediately leads me to believe the officials are hiding something.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:46 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

Small rock from space going to crash in that general area?

Make room for Refugees?

Rich people wanting to bulldoze area to build Casino?

Take your pick.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:46 PM
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it's a guilt thing, the government live on the idea that they make everything safe. Or that is their game when something does happen they are forced to look efficient. But in the first place, their regulations were faulty. It reveals the government are bojjy, sure they sound good when they talk but......a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN




posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:52 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

My understanding is that the majority of people who resided in the tower that burned were Muslim. Is that true for the other towers being evacuated? It could be a ploy to de-segregate the Muslim population thinking that less centralization of the population will ultimately lead to more inclusive activities on their part and therefore be less likely to radicalize.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:52 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

Right now there is a riot. The British Media are playing it down, but it is a riot because the police have been killing Black people again. Man, they tell us how we got to be nice to everybody, good little peepy sheep and all that and then their fave pass time is killing black guys.

Riot away! Your cause is legit!



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:54 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

Apologies for not being more specific but there's been a load of new videos put up on YouTube just lately. David Icke for one and then there's the Richie Allen show where there's been discussions. There's been some conspiracy talk but generally it seems to be the result of corner cutting to save cash. The upshot of that is that the cladding isn't as fireproof as it should be.

The evacuations are supposed to be precautionary but they've been conducted in a cackhanded manner and a lot of people have been inconvenienced at short notice with very little in the way of alternative temporary accommodation.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 02:55 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

Land grab



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:03 PM
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What is happening is that a number of people are working very hard and fast to cover their tracks and assess. The speed at which a government enquiry is convened is directly relevant to the amount there is to hide and the importance of those who are complicit, and two days is a new record as far as I can remember.

Government enquiries have one purpose and one purpose only, and that purpose is to exonerate the government from all blame and consequences. A full Coroners Inquest is the only process that has any chance at all of reaching the truth, and that is why I will bet you dollars to donuts one will not take place.

F#€king Politicians. An eternity in Hell is to lenient for the bastards.
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posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:08 PM
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a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN



Papering over poverty, the cat is out the box.



The exterior cladding, added in 2015, had a polyethylene - or plastic - core instead of an even more fireproof alternative, BBC Newsnight understands.
High-rise buildings in France, the UAE and Australia that had similar cladding have all been hit by fires that spread.
The government says if this cladding was used, it would not comply with current building regulations.

London fire: Grenfell Tower cladding 'linked to other fires'



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:10 PM
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I think it was a horrible but perfectly normal fire with mass fatalities that could have been prevented, and officialdom has been caught on the hop and is hurrying to put things right. Nothing more (or less) than that.

But if people want to test theories, here are my suggestions.

1) The Parliamentary constituency in which the towerblock stands (Kensington and Chelsea) was Tory-controlled from 1964 until June 8 this year, when it unexpectedly fell to Labour control... by a margin of just 20 votes. Ethnic minorities are more likely to vote Labour, so remove around 100 of them from the electoral register and if there's an election re-run in the near future...

2) It was a mass human sacrifice to mark the occasion of the Queen's 91st birthday. I am surprised Icke hasn't been all over this one like a pox. It's so obvious! And someone can probably perform some numerological jiggery-pokery with the dates and stuff, to make everything add up to 23 (or 11, or whatever number is dish of the day in the Ickeosphere).

3) The local authority wanted to demolish the entire block, and committed arson to get the building evacuated and declared unsafe, but accidentally killed people in the process. This has some measure of support in that all the surrounding low-lying buildings near Grenfell Tower are due to be redeveloped and (allegedly) gentrified.

Again, I'm not suggesting that anyone take any of these ideas seriously, because I think they are unrealistic and bonkers, but they are connections that have occurred to me. You can google the background to each claim separately for yourself, if so inclined - none of it is particularly secret, it has just been 'drowned out' by all the regular news coverage.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:25 PM
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a reply to: audubon

Regarding the mass sacrifice hypothesis, the Tower and the fire made me think of the Wicker Man theory. I did some checking and the evidence of there ever having been such a means of human sacrifice is just not there. The whole concept was most likely dreamt up by the Roman' s to demonize those they sought to conquer.

Your points 1 and 3 might merit some further exploration.
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posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:28 PM
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originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

My understanding is that the majority of people who resided in the tower that burned were Muslim. Is that true for the other towers being evacuated? It could be a ploy to de-segregate the Muslim population thinking that less centralization of the population will ultimately lead to more inclusive activities on their part and therefore be less likely to radicalize.


Or you know it's because the council and property owners wanted to save a couple of grand using the cheapest product they could and didn't give two craps because it was full of poor people.

If you are looking for a conspiracy look at how the poor people who lived in this tower block were ignored, look at how they national and local government done nothing to help them afterwards. The real conspiracy hear is not about Muslim segregation or false flags or whatever other cleche you want,

The real conspiracy is about how this disaster shows the massive divide between rich and poor



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:32 PM
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a reply to: CulturalResilience

Yeah, I think it ties up with the historical legend of the Biblical "Moloch," which is generally discredited these days.

But mass sacrifice (of animals) by fire was a real thing. We even have the ancient word hecatomb to describe the fire sacrifice of 100 head of cattle for a particularly important purposes.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:34 PM
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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
The real conspiracy is about how this disaster shows the massive divide between rich and poor


Agreed. The sudden nationwide evacuations serve as both prevention and distraction, putting distance between the disaster and its social consequences.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:36 PM
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a reply to: OtherSideOfTheCoin

I agree. It is much more likely a rich v. poor issue. Was trying to think outside the box is all.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:39 PM
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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin

originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
a reply to: OmNiLeGIoN

My understanding is that the majority of people who resided in the tower that burned were Muslim. Is that true for the other towers being evacuated? It could be a ploy to de-segregate the Muslim population thinking that less centralization of the population will ultimately lead to more inclusive activities on their part and therefore be less likely to radicalize.


Or you know it's because the council and property owners wanted to save a couple of grand using the cheapest product they could and didn't give two craps because it was full of poor people.

If you are looking for a conspiracy look at how the poor people who lived in this tower block were ignored, look at how they national and local government done nothing to help them afterwards. The real conspiracy hear is not about Muslim segregation or false flags or whatever other cleche you want,

The real conspiracy is about how this disaster shows the massive divide between rich and poor


The price difference was about £2/square foot for a cost of £45 panel. More likely someone didn't know the difference.

It was the left-wing who has been pushing for Britain to take in more refugees and asylum seekers even when we have a housing shortage. Everywhere else in the country, as people moved on with their lives, similar high rise blocks were being emptied, demolished and the land regenerated for new low rise homes.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:42 PM
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a reply to: stormcell


It was the left-wing who has been pushing for Britain to take in more refugees and asylum seekers even when we have a housing shortage.


What a weird thing to say. Even if it were true (let's skip that bit), why would it be relevant?



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:43 PM
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I don't think it's a conspiracy at all. The fire was a horrible accident, compounded by the gross negligence of the property owner for installing unsafe cladding. As for the evacuation, the authorities are trying to prevent another catastrophe. It seems pretty straightforward to me. I mean, would you rather evacuate thousands of residents until the proper repairs can be made to get the building up to code or sit on your hands and hope another tragedy doesn't strike again. This seems very proactive and smart in my opinion.



posted on Jun, 26 2017 @ 03:45 PM
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a reply to: audubon

Going a bit off topic the sacrife of animals and subsequent burning of corpses by fire is exactly what came to my mind during the UK Foot and Mouth epidemic back at the turn of the century.



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