The Kensington Tower Block Fire — Cui Bono?

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The Kensington Tower Block Fire — Cui Bono?

There was recently a £10 million refurbishment of the Grenfell Tower building. As always, the first step must be to follow the money in order to find the underlying cause of this Third-World type of tragedy in what was once the capital city of a First-World country.

Suspecting how things may work in Londonistan these days, we need to initiate a process of elimination by demanding immediate and precise answers to some obvious questions.

Those questions are:

1. Was the contract for the refurbishment put out to bidding, was it awarded without a bidding process, or was it a mixture of both under the overall control of the relevant council/funding source?
2. Who funded this refurbishment and how?
3. Who were the principal contractor(s)/architect(s)/engineer(s)/designer(s) of the project, and what was the predominant ethnicity and cultural origin of the beneficial owners of them and the private companies and organisations carrying out the work?
4. Who, if any, were the further sub-contracted persons or organisations involved and what was the predominant ethnicity and cultural origin of their beneficial owners?
5. Who purchased the and installed the flammable cladding material and what was their predominant ethnicity and cultural origin?
6. Who manufactured and performance-certified the cladding? Was it manufactured in the UK or elsewhere? If the latter, where?
7. Who were the building inspectors who signed off on this refurbishment, and what was their predominant ethnicity and cultural origin?
8. Who made what profit out of this refurbishment, and where did that money ultimately end up?
9. Will anybody involved suddenly disappear overseas without explanation or warning? If so, who and to where?

Final Question: Will we ever get to know the answers to these questions, even if they are asked, or will any enquiry be conducted secretly and kicked into the long grass if the answer(s) don’t fit the current ideological thrust of the governing classes?

Well, it will probably be the latter, and I suspect it will be a leg-dragging case of Boards of Enquiry or similar, habituated by the usual collection of useful drones who will obfuscate, dither, dissemble and wait for the incident to fade into the distant past in the hope it will be forgotten about.

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