34 thoughts on “Grenfell fire survivors and billionaires in Kensington, London

  1. Speaking from the Grenfell Tower community, Gelila said: ‘On the night of the fire I was studying for an exam. I live in a tower block exactly the same, just a bit further down. There were families dying together because our government doesn’t want to provide for the working class. It could have happened to any of us. No-one is being held accountable. They say it’s fine, but it’s not fine.

    ‘The PM went to the scene but she had security guards all around her and didn’t speak to anybody. People are being re-housed to areas far away from their communities. They chose the flammable cladding. Kensington is such a wealthy area, there’s no excuse.

    ‘Until this day nobody’s been held accountable. After the fire everybody came together. We will never forget Grenfell. We will never forget the screams. Those lives will not be forgotten.’

    https://wrp.org.uk/news/13816

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