Should we force non smokers to breathe our smoke?

@Perry123 (363)
April 3, 2008 5:42pm CST
lol I just googled forces smoking (good site rubbishing the anti smoking lobby) and by mistake typed a "d" instead of an "s" at the end of force found this picture which made me laugh. In recent discusions on my lot smokers have been accused of forcing others to breath their smoke. Errr...no. But it could be a great idea to get own back lol how funny is this: http://www.colight.com/moreclp/dvideos/badboys/badboys_free_15.jpg But seriously, the reason I bring this up is this. There is evidence that not only does passive smoking NOT caus illnesses like lung cancer but it may actually have a POSITIVE effect in prevening it. Don't believe me? Look at this report the world Health Organisation has tried to repress for ten years: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/htmlContent.jhtml?html=/archive/1998/03/08/wtob08.html More on the scam and a MASSIVE body of evidence to show that passive smoking is not harmful: http://www.forces.org/evidence/evid/second.htm http://www.forces.org/evidence/files/pas-smoke.htm lol I can just imagine in the future when all this comes out that smoking may actually be seen as good for you. Don't laugh: http://www.forces.org/evidence/evid/therap.htm stay tuned for more. Lol can you imagine that lady in black could be a future nurse treating those still too scared to smoke lol? Lol if there is a war between non smokers and smokers we can use this as behavioural correction therapy on prisoners lol. Just kidding but seriouly, the way they describe us as "forcing" them to breathe our smoke is just a joke. All we are asking for is our own areas. And a recognition that the idea passive smoking causes disease is an outrageous lie.
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• United States
3 Apr 08
Perry123 could you please post a response to my discussion on exiling smokers as you have have posted some excellent well researched comments but I cannot consider you for Nest Response until you post a response (BRs cannot be given to comments). Keep up the good work..puff, puff!!
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• United States
3 Apr 08
oops should read "Best Response"
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@jhl930 (3605)
• United States
3 Apr 08
I mean I have mixed feelings about this because on one hand I mean I know that people smoke and thats just part of life and everyone's life because I think that we all have people in our families or friends that do smoke so we have to be around it then...and thats not a problme because that's your choice...but on the other hand if someone has some medical reason that they can't be around smoke I think we should respect that and not smoke around them... JHL930
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@Perry123 (363)
3 Apr 08
yes if they had gone for that...distinct places...then that would have been fine. But they didn't. They even accuse us of killing other people by smoking with lies. They prepare to ban smoking in the streets and homes, and even arrest people for smoking around their childrrn or in cars, or if a woman is pregnant and smoking, and so on. Too far. So to me by doing that and approving it, non smokers have sacrificed their rights too. I can only respect those who respect me and my rights. I am quite happy NOT to smoke around people who do not like it....but once they come out with all this I am killing them nonsense they need some "therapy" lol.
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• United States
14 Apr 08
wow that is weird. thanks for sharing that. i loved it.
@Perry123 (363)
15 Apr 08
lol which bit? it isn't that weird if one knows their history. The same bad science , smoking bans and propaganda have been used before: http://www.forces.org/articles/art-fcan/nazi2.htm We beat that nonsense then and we will do it again.
@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
4 Apr 08
Great picture, great post and fantastic links. I could really have used them a while back, but naturally could not find anything useful when I needed it. I have them now though, plus some others I have found since. Isn't it amazing how junk science is driving so many agendas these days?
@Perry123 (363)
4 Apr 08
Oh yeah. You got it. No different to when the Church let science off the bridle 400 years ago and paid them to find what they wanted . Wiches were made of wood n stuff. so they'd float then they could burn them. And the majority of people believed them then too. researchers are hookers. "Twenty five thousand dollar me love you long time" for couple of months fixing stats and then on to more paid work. One scientist on tv recently was saying how if you want to do resarch project on squirrels in a wood in Kent you won't get funding. BUT if you say you are looking at the impact of global warming on squirrels in the wood in kent you will have money thrown at you from all those making money out of the ida of gloabl warming....which includes the government. Hell they may be able to com up with an excuse for a squirrel tax. The emperor is wearing no clothes in any of it. Anyway thanks for commenting and glad to be of help. lol yep that pic is so funny, the guy such a wimp, and she is quite hot too. I ckon that it would make great book cover: "Passive Smoking: the Con of the Decade" Boring book with loads of statistical de bunking....but with a hot outrageous cover so it sells loads!
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@leafgxu (473)
• China
31 May 08
I just smoke when there is nobody stand or sit around me. I know smoking is bad for people's health but I don't want to quit it. Non smokers often hate the smoke air so I will not force they have the smoke.
• United States
14 Apr 08
what kills me?is even when we make a conscious effort to stay away from non-smokers? they still complain. i had a neighbor try to start with me with over half an acre between us,saying i was polluting his air. -from inside my house! what is he doing?huffing outside my window?
@NotaBene (111)
13 Apr 08
Regardless of whether or not it is dangerous to health, it is very unpleasant to be around smokers. That is enough of a reason for a smoking ban. People have no right to make life unpleasant for others.