Look: Grenfell Tower Still Standing After Burning for A Day

The Grenfell Tower fire started shortly before 1 a.m. local time on 14 June 2017, at the 24-storey[3][4] Grenfell Tower, a block of flats on the Lancaster West Estate in North Kensington, western London, England.[3]

At least 200 firefighters and 45 fire engines were involved in efforts to control the fire. Firefighters were trying to control pockets of fire on the higher floors after most of the rest of the building had been gutted. Residents of surrounding buildings were evacuated out of concerns that the tower could collapse,[1] though the building was later determined to still be structurally sound.[4]

If the low income earners’ building remains structurally sound, why not the high-profile, over-engineered World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001?

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Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. ~ Buddha

7 thoughts on “Look: Grenfell Tower Still Standing After Burning for A Day”

  1. Everyone with half a brain now knows Who did 9-11 & 90% of all false flag and Terrorist activities, ISRAEL.

    1. Exactly the same as what has being done to stop the Cabal. F**k all, except bloggers opinions.Or other bloggers claim they have “Massive data dumps of “intel”” But never post anything, except promises of a new book.
      Until we all unite and get off our backsides. The Cabal will still run amok.

  2. Lol Thank you for pointing that out. It’s indeed a slap in the face to the 9/11 terroristgineers. Unfortunately, it won’t change anything in the US.

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