Monday, 19 June 2017

Report altered to show ZERO missing in Grenfell inferno


Where are the 538 people who are NOT missing?

Last night I posted a report that stated that there are 538 missing persons - 




Overnight a miracle has happened! This figure is now ZERO!

Why has this been edited and by whom?



Common Alerting Protocol information

Category
Fire
Fire suppression and rescue
Certainty
Observed
Determined to have occurred or to be ongoing
Scope
Public
For general dissemination to unrestricted audiences
Severity
Severe
Significant threat to life or property
Urgency
Past
Responsive action is no longer required



Base data

EDIS Number
FR-20170614-58600-GBR
Event type
Fire
Date/Time
June 14 2017 06:02 AM (UTC)
Last update
June 14 2017 03:38 AM (UTC)
Cause of event
Damage level
Great Damage level
Affected area
Local event : The affected area up to a few kilometers



Geographic information

Continent
Europe
Country
United Kingdom
County / State
Capital City
Area
Grenfell Tower
Settlement
London
Coordinate
51.51, -0.22



Number of affected people / Humanities loss

Dead person(s)
58
Injured person(s)
30
Missing person(s)
0
Evacuated/rescued person(s)
65
Affected person(s)
650
Foreign people
0


Last night the same site said there were 538 people missing


Listen to a justifiably-angry DJ Isla. Where ARE the missing?


Now read this crap. 

Typical British hypocrisy. "It's chaotic on the ground and the authorities have to do their jobs"

The masses will no doubt fall into line and swallow the propaganda, hook, line and sinker.



People are angry, feeling they're not being told the full story. Here's why the official numbers are lower than expected

There are a number of reasons - none of which are very reassuring - but they're pretty good reasons.

The main one is that the police and fire services don't want to tell the public anything they don't know for certain is true.

In an age of fake news, alternative facts and unsubstantiated rumours - and with a chaotic and volatile situation on the ground - the emergency services see their role as being a reliable source of information and not to speculate on things they don't know for sure

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