What the media won’t tell you about the Grenfell Tower fire

I’ve been reluctant to post on this topic, with all respect & condolences to all affected by this terrible event. Reluctant because so much is being said & it takes time to weed things out and get the true picture, knowing as we do that mainstream cannot be wholly trusted to give us all aspects. Who better to hear from than a person right on the ground. This man (Peaky Saku) is a local and spoke up in one of the very first interviews by MS. He’s interviewed in depth here & has much to say. To those who’ve observed what has been changing around us since the switch to neo-lib economics and all the so called ‘austerity measures’ from the late ’80s,  particularly the end results we’ve seen more recently, you will recognize similar background events playing out in your own communities. Property development is a big player with the public private partnerships that the interview highlights. Profits ahead of people basically. Poor people don’t matter. An excellent watch and more to come. This is Agenda 21 (UN plans for global governance, see our related pages).
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Published on Jun 15, 2017
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