A guest post by CLIFF SLAUGHTER
The number of dead from the Grenfell Tower fire is still unknown. Since the fire, millions of people living in high-rise flats do not know if and when they can be safe.
What is to be done? What can come from the anger of millions of people, especially the victims, and the bitter protests about the fact that it is only ordinary working people who were hit?
One answer came from Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Catholic Archbishop of Westminster:
The thing about anger and its energy is it has to get directed in the right way. It has to get shaped so it becomes a positive source. And I think that what I find most troubling is those who wish to use that anger to deepen divisions in society.
This gentleman of the cloth is telling the surviving victims, and the rest of us, to direct our anger and Read the rest of this entry »