Huge west London tower block inferno – Grenfell Tower fire


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Grenfell Tower Fire 1 year Anniversary: 14th June 2018

Thought Id add some interesting currents with possible occultic connections:

Tower blocks turn green to mark first anniversary of Grenfell Tower fire

Grenfell 'Greenfell' Tower lit up green yesterday (14th June) for anniversary along with 12 other tower blocks across the borough = 13 total = 13 Lunar months of Islamic Calendar. 12 represents solar months and significant in Abramic religions + either 'leader', or hidden feminine = 13 total:
12 disciples + Jesus; 12 Imams + Mohammed; 12 Tribes of Israel + Jacob or Yahweh... Or 12 Sons of Jacob + Jacob's daughter Dinah. (on a side note, i thought this very interesting in light of current gender-identity issues: "One midrash states that Dinah was conceived as a male in Leah's womb but miraculously changed to a female, lest Leah be associated with more of the Israelite tribes than Rachel". (Berkahot 60a)

Green has also become the colour most associated with Islam by Muslims - Shia originally but its association has now since become widely absorbed into the Sunni sect also (as all Sunni's in my life have attested) Green in Islam - Wikipedia
Note: "green was chosen as dynastic color by the (Shiite) Fatimids, in contrast to the black used by the (Sunnite) Abbasids" -- the black here represents blackened burnt tower and green represents 'united' Islam? The majority of the victims were Muslim.

73 Doves were released representing 72 known victims + 1 dove to represent "unknown victims": 72 equates one of the 3 primary angles of the pentacle (as with the sum: 360 circle divided by 5 points of Pentacle = 72) aka 5 point star of Islam - and most universally represented transcending nations eg: US flag (50 pentacles) - EU flag (12 pentacles) - China flag (5 pentacles) et al - and also star of Venus whom doves are, in turn, associated with her. Doves represent the Holy Spirit in Christianity through baptism of Christ by John the Baptist, Noah and receding flood-waters (rebirth of Earth) through olive branch (symbol of peace) and doves assisted and saved Mohammed from enemies at caves of Jabal Thawl. Doves are all round special.
Possible 73rd dove to represent the first sighting of new-moon's crescent to mark Eid al-Fitr: 72 doves (victims) = representation Islamic pentacle + 1 additional dove (victims unknown) = representation of end of new-moon darkness and beginning of Islamic crescent-moon sighting of Eid...

1 year Anniversary coincides with end of Ramadan and first night marking Eid - most important day celebrated in Islam.

1 year Anniversary coincides 1st Day of World Cup: Russia beats Saudi Arabia - the Islamic Holy Land of Mecca and Medina where crescent-moon of Eid is measured from: 5 - 0.
Both extremely significant countries given world state of affairs and Donald Trumps subsequent relationship with them... Score possibly represents ulterior relevance.

Lastly: 1 year Anniversary coincides with President Trump turning 72 years old.


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Grenfell Fire
Episode 234
Published time: 30 Jun, 2018 11:53 Video / 26:02
The Grenfell Inquiry is already fueling suspicions that the firefighters are being lined up as scapegoats. However, it wasn't the firefighters who closed the fire stations, decommissioned the fire engines, sacked the firefighters, underpaid those who remained, or failed to order ladders high enough to fight blazes in tall buildings. Neither was it the firefighters who fitted a building with cyanide cladding – the equivalent of covering it in firelighters. It was, however, the firefighters who plunged into Grenfell Tower without pausing to make these points... The state blamed the fans for the Hillsborough disaster, could they also put the blame on the Fire Brigade for the inferno at Grenfell Tower? We invited Lucy Masoud – treasurer of the Fire Brigades Union, who's just been at the inquiry – into the Sputnik studio to discuss the possibility.

London was burning around this this time last year, this year it is in the grip of an astounding crime wave – making the city one of the murder capitals of the world, surpassing even New York. There have been 81 murders in London so far this year, and terrifying numbers of shootings and stabbings, including a machine-gun attack just streets away from where children were playing. There is even an epidemic of acid attacks, carjackings, and moped gangs. There are daylight robberies of people's watches, jewelry, and handbags. Old ladies are being robbed and beaten in their beds... Of course, the direct victims of the gangs are not the only victims. Their own families, their own neighborhoods, their own communities are victims too. Lucy Martindale is one such victim, and she came into the studio to tell us about her first-hand experiences. GayatriGalloway

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November 6, 2018 - UK Police arrest five men over burning of Grenfell Tower effigy
UK police arrest five men over burning of Grenfell Tower effigy | Reuters

FILE PHOTO: The scaffold clad Grenfell Tower is seen from Latimer Road tube station in London, Britain, August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville

British police have arrested five men after a video was posted on the internet that showed men mocking the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze by burning an effigy of the building as part of Guy Fawkes' Night celebrations.

The video which appeared on social media showed a cardboard model of the tower with cut outs of residents in the windows being set alight on a bonfire while those watching laughed and made jokes.

Grenfell Tower, a social housing block that was home to a close-knit, ethnically diverse community, was engulfed by flames in the middle of the night of June 14, 2017, killing 71 people in the country’s deadliest domestic fire since World War Two.

“To disrespect those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower, as well as their families and loved ones, is utterly unacceptable,” Prime Minister Theresa May said on Twitter.

Police said five men, aged 19, 46, 55 and two 49-year-olds, had been arrested on suspicion of a public order offense after handing themselves into a police station in south London.

Across Britain in early November, towns and villages hold annual firework parties and burn effigies of Guy Fawkes, the Roman Catholic plotter who tried to blow up parliament in 1605.

Larger celebrations often burn celebrity figures with effigies of flamboyant ex-Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson being torched at a number of events this year while previous targets have included U.S. President Donald Trump.


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British police said on Wednesday that it was unlikely that prosecutors would consider whether anyone should face criminal charges over the deadly Grenfell Tower fire until the end of 2021.

No prosecutions likely over London's Grenfell Tower fire until 2021: police March 6, 2019

A man walks past murals painted on a wall near Grenfell Tower in London, Britain, August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
Police have said they were considering possible criminal offences including gross negligence manslaughter, corporate manslaughter and breaches of the Health and Safety Act.

However, on Wednesday Detective Superintendent Matt Bonner, the officer leading the investigation, said detectives and prosecutors had agreed that they needed to take into account findings from an ongoing public inquiry before deciding whether any charges should be brought.

The inquiry is unlikely to hold hearings as part of the second phase of its work before the end of 2019, with its final report expected afterwards, police said. That meant it was assessed that it was unlikely detectives could submit a file of evidence to prosecutors sooner than the latter part of 2021.


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Defects in products made by U.S. companies ignited and fueled the catastrophic 2017 Grenfell Tower fire in London that killed 72 people, according to a lawsuit filed in Philadelphia on Tuesday on behalf of injured victims and families of those killed.

U.S. companies sued over London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire
FILE PHOTO - Participants in a Silent March mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire in London, Britain June 14, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

FILE PHOTO - Participants in a Silent March mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire in London, Britain June 14, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Attorneys for the plaintiffs said they represent the estates of 69 of the 72 people who perished in the residential high-rise fire, and 177 survivors who suffered life-altering injuries.

The 420-page lawsuit demands a jury trial but did not specify the amount of compensation it was seeking.

The plaintiffs’ attorneys said the case marks one of the highest number of individual wrongful death and personal injury claims ever brought in a single product liability lawsuit stemming from one incident.

The suit says flammable plastic parts in a refrigerator from U.S. appliance maker Whirlpool Corp ignited the blaze, and the flames were swiftly spread by highly combustible materials in the American-designed insulation and exterior cladding that encased the structure.

Those materials “turned the Grenfell Tower into a cylinder of fire,” Jeffrey Goodman, an attorney for one of two law firms that brought the case, told a news conference in Philadelphia.

In addition to Whirlpool, based in Benton Harbor, Michigan, the suit names as defendants cladding supplier Arconic Inc, headquartered in Pittsburgh, and insulation maker Celotex Corp, a U.S. subsidiary of French multinational Saint-Gobain, based outside Philadelphia.

“This case is filed in America to hold the American corporations responsible for the devastation and tragedy that they caused,” Goodman told a news conference.

Two of the companies, Whirlpool and Arconic, issued statements expressing their “deepest sympathy” to the fire’s victims, and both said they were cooperating with investigations by British authorities into the tragedy.

Whirlpool told owners of its products “that they are safe and they can continue to use them as normal.” It said that a probe by British regulators and its own internal investigation “found no evidence of any fault” with the refrigerator model in question.

Arconic said it would “respond to this litigation in court.”

Celotex could not immediately be reached for comment. Last month it said that it was “cooperating fully with the public inquiry regarding Grenfell Tower.”

Fire safety experts found that the blaze started on the fourth floor of the 24-floor building on June 14, 2017, ignited the exterior cladding and raced up the structure’s facade to the top floor within half an hour.

The cladding was made from a product called Reynobond PE, panels of aluminum with a polyethylene plastic core that the lawsuit describes as highly flammable. The building’s insulation, marketed as RS5000, was also incendiary, according to the suit.

The two materials together “transformed a controllable blaze into a deadly inferno,” Goodman said. “The cladding and the insulation were the fuel that allowed the fire to ravage Grenfell Tower and kill 72 innocent victims.”

The British government in May announced it would spend 200 million pounds ($254 million) to replace combustible cladding that still covers dozens of buildings whose owners or developers refused to remove the material.

Arconic said shortly after the fire that it was removing its Reynobond PE panels from the market for use in any high-rise structures “in light of the tragedy.” Goodman said Celotex had likewise pulled its RS5000 insulation from the market.
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