UK Column – Britain’s public sector is being dismantled. Kensington fire a symptom.

UK Column’s take on today’s events.  Always worth hearing, but today especially relevant.

Aldous comment -A friend of mine in the UK has just contacted re the fact that TCM Sky channel 317 are scheduled to air The Towering Inferno at 20:00 this coming Friday. Coincidence? Or just the Illuminati’s usual calling card? The latter methinks for sure.

From Ade –
http://www.thenational.ae/business/property/the-torch-blaze-reignites-concerns-over-cladding-used-for-dubai-towers

The Grenfell tower was clad partly as a cosmetic exercise due to other RBKC developments in the locality.  ( BBC radio 4 interview with RKBC councillor today ).

There is no excuse for the use of flammable cladding.

See the fires listed here… they knew !

However, parallels are being drawn with the 34-storey Tamweel Tower fire in Tecom in 2012, where a stray cigarette butt was found to have caused aluminium cladding panels to burn downwards, leaving tenants homeless.

Flammable cladding materials, comprising plastic or polyurethane fillings – called a thermo-plastic core – sandwiched between aluminium panels, have been blamed for spreading fires at both the Al Baker Tower 4 and the Al Tayer Tower in Sharjah in 2012.

Experts believe the majority of Dubai’s approximately 250 high-rise buildings use cladding panels with a thermo-plastic core, which have been generally used for insulation, to improve rigidity and for cosmetic purposes .

The 2012 blazes prompted the Ministry of Interior to introduce an extension to the emirate’s Fire and Life safety code requiring cladding for new buildings to adhere to tough new fire safety regulations and outlawing the use of foamed plastic insulation.

And in 2013 Civil Defence chiefs announced an extension to existing fire safety codes requiring owners of high-rise buildings with flammable cladding to install a ring of fire retardant panels every three floors, to stop fires spreading, and external sprinklers. The managers of the 86-storey Torch, which comprises 676 apartments and six shops, are quick to point out that the building adhered to all Dubai fire safety requirements when it was completed in May 2011.

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2 Responses to “UK Column – Britain’s public sector is being dismantled. Kensington fire a symptom.”

  1. Aldous says:

    First the Zionists went for the Afghans, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not an Afghan.

    Then they went for the Iraqis, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not an Iraqi.

    Then they went for the Serbians, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Serbian.

    Then they went for the Libyans, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Libyan.

    Then they went for the Syrians, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Syrian.

    Then they went for Me—
    And there was no one left to speak for Me.

    • Toy SOULDIErs says:

      ‘They’ wouldn’t go for you, you’re ‘their’ main source of income! It will never end because if it does ‘their’ gravy train would stop.

      The end goal is to keep things as they are just with ever increasing levels of mindfuckery so we don’t find out.

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