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Lizzie Cornish 1 BS: Death Trap Schoolrooms (99* d) RE: BS: Death Trap Schoolrooms 02 Feb 13


"So many never give a thought to what America is busy doing in other countries."

"Damnit. I expect you to be concerned about what can be done in your own country."

Well yes, but never close your eyes to what those IN your own country are doing to children and adults in other countries. We here in the UK, for instance, should NOT be in Afghanistan, nor should we have been in Iraq, nor should we be sending soldiers into Mali, and as for Libya...well, don't even get me started! And then, of course, America has been in Africa for a long time...

You cannot start talking about the safety of children in your own country whilst turning a blind eye to what the leaders of your own countries are doing to the children of other countries, without any thought for *those* children at all...


Oh..and over here theh Fire Service no longer is allowed to check on new buildings from a Fire Safety point of view during the Planning Process, for this is now in the hands of those who build the buildings...Thus, mercenary bastards are busy building many firetraps in my country, such as the latest huge Vue Cinema complex in Exeter, which is a Death-Trap-In-Waiting...The Fire Service KNOW about this, as I, and others, have told them of the dangers, but all they can do is give a little advice here and there....

The Fire Officer I spoke to was outraged about this new way of thinking and he agreed it would, undoubtedly, lead to disasters...


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