December 29, 2016

Exposing the Globalist War on Tobacco

Faith GoldyArchive

It wasn't long ago that Lauren Southern and I found ourselves in Delhi, India to cover the World Health Organization's anti-tobacco framework, the FCTC.

This documentary is a collection of all our experiences on the ground: being kicked out of the convention centre, confronting the Canadian delegation, talking to vaping experts, and much, much more.

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commented 2016-12-30 17:33:59 -0500
I’ve known people who worked for WHO. Yes, it is indeed a Mafia organization and whoever attends have to just do what they’re told or they are destroyed. These people decide our health policies.
commented 2016-12-30 17:27:52 -0500
The worse they make it the more they can charge us.
commented 2016-12-30 13:47:06 -0500
What a joke. The air in Delhi is so thick you can chew it but the WHO (UN) focuses on smoking. Canada should be promoting clean air on the macro level instead of micro managing everyone’s personal habits. What ever happened to “freedom of choice”? What ever happened to “controlling my body”?

Obviously this has nothing to do with health since it focuses on the relatively trivial instead of the elephant in the atmosphere.
commented 2016-12-30 12:44:22 -0500
Drew, Jay just said he has no intention of quitting even though it is killing him. Weird. But then the muslims are killing us and he doesn’t want to deal with that either. A shrink would have a field day with that kind of thinking and should be seen.
commented 2016-12-30 11:04:51 -0500
Bill, I think Jay Kelly’s friends already know he is full of BS, so no new revelation there.
commented 2016-12-30 10:38:03 -0500
Big mistake to quit smoking, then your friends will smell the BS.

UN transparency at it’s finest – this is an organization which has become a war making body and runs political pogroms against politically oppressed minorities, like smokers in this case. Anything done behind closed doors will definitely be malevolent.
commented 2016-12-30 00:51:10 -0500
Jay Kelly i usually argue with you , but this time i will offer advice, if you want to quit , you can. You just have to really want to, the cravings go away , i quit cold turkey on 2002.
commented 2016-12-30 00:48:45 -0500
Smoking is one thing the power mad freaks cannot control so they want to abolish it.
commented 2016-12-29 22:55:43 -0500
Well done, Faith Goldy! I smoke and have no intention of quitting.

Truth is I wish I could quit because of the cough, the cost of cigarettes, and the social isolation. I mean it. The cough makes people turn away, the cost means I cannot afford more healthy things, and friends (even good friends) have to put me in my place, a bit apart.

Freedom of the Press threatens me at this stage. Mostly because I am embarrassed at doing something that hurts me.

Until the truth is told, carry on!
commented 2016-12-29 16:01:13 -0500
Well done, Faith. Keep on them!

When freedom of the press is not even recognized by our own delegates, then you know Canada with the compliance of the federal bureaucracy is heading for a globalist dictatorship.

no freedom of press = no freedom for the people

And our federal government is happily heading that direction.
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