#THE #LONDON #TOWER #BLOCK #INFERNO AND AT #WHOSE #DOOR CAN THE #BLAME BE #TRULY #LAID.

Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob

Thus say I unto thee as concerning the Grenfell tower disaster and where the blame is to be laid or who ultimately is to blame. There is one way that you can look at it and that is like a labourer or craftsman at the top of a long ladder say for arguments sake a exterior painter and decorator. If that ladder is of a poor quality because the foreman of the painter and decorator could not supply him with a top quality health and safety approved ladder and he fell off the ladder and was killed then you would blamed the foreman for that employees death, but if his manager had not bought the best ladder in the first place then you would blame the manager for that employees death but if the manager had not been given sufficient funds to buy the best ladder then his boss would be to blame but and if the owner of the firm had implemented cost cutting measures put in place putting pressure on his employees to keep costs down and to buy the cheapest materials and tools for all the employees then ultimately the owner was in the end to blame for the death of one of his employees especially if his workforce had pointed because of the owners cost cutting measures had put their health and safety at risk and that the owner of the firm had dismissed or totally ignored their concerns. | know this is but a simplistic way of looking at this disaster and in no way do I wish to demean the enormity and horror of this disaster. But this points out that following the above course of where to place the blame it points in one direction only and can only be laid at one door and thou doth know whose door it is the one who implemented the austerity measures this country is now suffering from in the first place. If the owner had not put in place cost cutting measure bordering on breaching health and safety rules and regulations then his employees would always have been working in a safe environment so also it is with these tower blocks if the necessary funding had been available in the first place to institute all the health and safety measure needed in these blocks and the tenants voices had been heard then this disaster would have never happened. This is a case of shutting the barn door after the horse has bolted. But it also points to the dangers of implement unnecessary extreme austerity measure. The problem now is that to what extent are the austerity measures put in place have already and are going to affect the whole structure of British society and what other disaster are waiting to happen because of these austerity measures.

This is the Word of the Lord God to thee

from the prophet of the Lord

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