London’s Grenfell Catastrophe — Who Are the Real Criminals?


The image of the Grenfell residential building on fire in London, one of the richest cities in the world and the heartbreaking stories of how the entire family from elders to infants were trapped and burned alive without any chance to be rescued, will be cauterized in the minds of working people around the world forever.

This tragedy due to the wicked negligence by the greedy profiteers against the low-income families is again proof that this system (which puts profit above people’s lives) is bankrupt and those who utilize and regulate it are the real criminals in our society.

More than ever, a need for a new and alternative solution to this irrational system is in order. Ironically, the only people who can end the savagery of the capitalist system are the very people who unknowingly have been sustaining this inhumane system by their hard work for centuries! However the tides of change are coming ashore. People around the world are realizing that the wealthy elite have nothing to offer except their curse of more misery, poverty, disease, war and disaster.

Working people (the actual producers) around the world must rise up and play their historical role and save humanity by building a peaceful and prospers future for all.


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Massoud Nayeri is a graphic designer and an independent peace activist based in the United States. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research.

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