Devastated: Grenfell Tower.

It seems This Site was right to highlight the possibility that the fire at Grenfell House in Notting Hill was more than a mere accident.

Watch this:

“They wanted more reasons to knock that block down… I’m not so sure that was totally an accident.”

Try this:

There’s also the question of the paper trail – if safety checks were carried out, then documents must have been signed. It should be possible to trace those documents, find out who signed them, and demand to know why such dangerous materials were used on a tower block housing between 500-600 people.

“There was also quite a euphoria around here about the election of… the Labour MP… We believe the council and the TMO have been managing a decline in the social housing here to add justification to their plans to regenerate – which is another word for ‘demolish’ – the whole area. So there are people who have been prophesying some catastrophe like this for some time.”

There is enough evidence here, and Twitter has already drawn its own conclusions:

Meanwhile, we are learning more about the way the Conservatives have wound down the emergency services in the area, making Grenfell House more vulnerable when the fire broke out:

The landlord of Grenfell Tower had already been given legal warnings about fire safety in two other blocks.

The Tories closed no less than three fire stations near the building, and resisted the installation of sprinklers.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he could not be sure London is safe after cuts to the fire service by previous mayor Boris Johnson.

Theresa May has leapt into action – and is trying to use the fire at Grenfell Tower to disguise her own political failings. Talks with the DUP are unlikely to be concluded before next week, as a result of the blaze, meaning the Queen’s Speech will be delayed and giving her another chance to hold on to power:

Of course, Twitter users know a fake when they see one:

Oh, and remember that claim in the first clip – that the fire was started by a fridge?

An everyday occurrence. What better way could there be, to hide something that may be “no accident”?

According to the Mirror, a man was seen, “beside himself”, claiming his fridge had exploded and this was responsible for the blaze.

But nobody seems to know who he is.

So let’s keep our minds open to all possibilities, until this person can be identified and his story confirmed.

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