November 06, 2016

Delhi: UN targets vaping at Tobacco Control Conference — a move “that could actually kill people”

Lauren SouthernRebel Commentator
 

E-cigarettes have been praised as a safe alternative to the costly disease and addiction brought on by smoking tobacco. So obviously, the United Nations and the World Health Organization is determined to prevent us from vaping.

That’s one of the top items on the agenda at the WHO Tobacco Control conference in Delhi.

I’m reporting from here as part of the Rebel’s determination to bring you the truth about this globalist, nanny state conference.

This agenda includes shutting down advertising about e-cigarettes and going after all the fun flavours that vaping enthusiasts enjoy. Of course, higher taxes and stricter regulations are the ultimate goal.

It’s all about unelected do-gooders trying to run your life — while shortening it:

If vaping and e-cigarettes become too costly or too much trouble, many smokers will stick with regular cigarettes, with deadly consequences.

This is just the first of my reports from Delhi. We’re here thanks to Rebel viewers, who generously crowdfunded our flights and other necessities. We’re still a little short of our security goal, and here that’s pretty important.

Thanks in advance for supporting Rebel journalism as we take you behind closed doors of this elite meeting.

 

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commented 2016-11-07 02:08:04 -0500
The deadly plague of neo-Marxist population micro managing just keeps rolling out of this corrupt cesspool.

Maybe Putin will do us a favor and plant the first nuke on UN HQ.
commented 2016-11-06 23:03:55 -0500
Are you kidding me! This is just another car of Racism
commented 2016-11-06 20:33:28 -0500
The question arises; once the tobacco industry is shut down what alternatives does the UN & state govt. have for the people employed in this industry. For instance in india,which is the second largest producer of tobacco in the world; if & when the tobacco industry is ceased I’d like to know what alternate means of livelihood are disposed for the millions of displaced poor workers employed in production of tobacco products, namely: cultivation of tobacco, collection of tendu leaf (to wrap tobacco to form beedi) and manufacture of beedi.
1) The land under cultivation for tobacco in india is of poor quality, unviable for any other crop. Tobacco farmers are generally poor in india they simply don’t have financial means to grow any other crop. What alternate, apart from providing him with a high interest world bank loan to make his land arable with the use of fertilizers, does indian govt. will forward?
2) There are millions of poor tribals (forest dependent & dwelling people) earning their livelihood from the collection of tendu leaf (leaf used for wrapping tobacco). These tribals have no other skill than plucking/collecting tendu leaf (from forests or cultivation). How the indian govt. is going to provide them with alternate means of sustenance?
3) Millions of workers & small businesses are involved in the production of local cigarette called ‘beedi’, these unskilled, low paid workers where are they suppose to find alternate jobs?
With their means of livelihood gone and with little education or skill a majority of these unfortunate workers will turn to a life of crime or suicide (which has already gone up considerably since the introduction of easy terms loans to poor farmers through world bank programme)
commented 2016-11-06 20:19:51 -0500
You don’t get it Jan? I do. Makes perfect sense. It has nothing to do with forcing people into a healthy lifestyle, a healthy lifestyle is the illusion they are putting forth. Give free drugs and needles to drug addicts. Ban all products or make them very costly that would aid a person in quitting smoking. Push liquor (think of commercials for alcohol). Legalize marijuana. They want people addicted. Addicted people are, in most cases, easier to manipulate and handle. Life span may be shortened as well thus little to no government subsidized pension required in some cases. It is also provides a huge tax grab too. It boils down to control and money.

Many don’t even realize the influence Hitler still has in current societies. Hitler believed in euthanasia, a means to remove unwanted people from his society. That’s what it comes down to. They can try to justify it any which way they want but if a person wanted to off themselves they can do it without the aid of a doctor. No, this is about control. Hitler wasn’t just a non-smoker; he was vehemently opposed to smoking.
https://www.ushmm.org/outreach/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007683
https://www.sott.net/article/264026-Adolph-Hitler-Vegetarian-teetotaler-anti-smoking-campaigner
http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/07/the-nazis-forgotten-anti-smoking-campaign/373766/
https://cfrankdavis.wordpress.com/2013/08/06/antismoking-nazis-2/
“Creighton links modern campaigns on tobacco and other issues with Adolf Hitler’s well-recorded aversion to smoking. From this he concludes that modern campaigns are still running “his campaign” with the same arguments that he used.”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2161869/Top-doctors-chilling-claim-The-NHS-kills-130-000-elderly-patients-year.html
“Professor Pullicino claimed that far too often elderly patients who could live longer are placed on the LCP and it had now become an ‘assisted death pathway rather than a care pathway’. … He added: ‘If we accept the Liverpool Care Pathway we accept that euthanasia is part of the standard way of dying as it is now associated with 29 per cent of NHS deaths.’”
commented 2016-11-06 20:04:26 -0500
I presume bureaucrats and politicians of most countries are too stupid to deal with the problem. The crooked, corrupt bureaucrats at the UN have all the answers. They charge the stupid countries millions of $$ every years to tell them what the problems are and to make them feel important they invite to conferences. France, India, Japan, Morocco…………they all host the mutual admiration conferences and all the morons go because they are afraid to show they do not have enough brains to act by themselves and then they increase taxes so they can keep on funding crooked, corrupted UN so they can be invited to another conference……….
commented 2016-11-06 19:12:39 -0500
I don’t understand this. Aren’t all these countries either adopting or wanting to adopt assisted suicide and euthanasia? Yet, they want to ban e-cigs for health purposes?
S o we are to keep ourselves healthy and then when we’re bored with life because we have failed at keeping our health at an optimum level (and will cause the govt $$), we commit suicide or hire someone to kill us?
I don’t understand this.
commented 2016-11-06 18:43:17 -0500
More and more that is what the UN is getting to be great at, getting people killed, and it is because that is what the power mad freaks want.