I came across a couple of articles last night.
The first was a release of new guidance in the use of electronic cigarettes published by the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training.
Dick Puddlecote does his usual excellent sifting through this document, not pulling it asunder, but pointing out how it rips the Tobacco Control Industry to shreds.
This is one of those rare publications that tells things like they are. I can see vapers in their thousands reading this and nodding their heads wisely and saying "sure we knew that all along". Anecdotal evidence and logic show that this document is telling the truth regarding electrofags, and demolishes the majority, if not all of the shrill screechings from the Tobacco Control Industry. It lays bare the lies they have been preaching one by one, from their precious "gateway theory" through their "popcorn lung" to their "exploding batteries".
So the Tobacco Control Industry have been called out on their lies this time, but how far back do those lies go? If they lie to this extent now then obviously they were prepared to lie in the past? Or do you think those lies only started with the e-cigarettes? It goes a lot further back than that. Now that they have been discredited, people should look back at their older "evidence" in a new light. All that crap about "second [or third!] hand smoke"? Those lurid tales of people having heart attacks after a few minutes exposure? All the lies about cot deaths? The list is endless.
I mentioned two publications.
While the first had me cheering the second had me laughing.
The second one is reported by Simon Clarke – Another smoking ban miracle
Apparently the smoking ban has reduced smoking in the thirteen to fifteen age group by up to a fifth. How? I always understood that the smoking ban was in fact the workplace smoking ban? Do all these kids secretly moonlight in sweat factories? Or are they all hardened drinkers and pub goers?
Or maybe they all started experimenting with electronic cigarettes?
In which case it has fuck all to do with the liars in Tobacco Control.