I'm at the World Health Organization Framework for Tobacco Control meeting in India right now. Faith Goldy and I have been chasing delegates, talking to experts and trying to figure out what the globalists are trying to hide by having a conference on election week.
They love when the public are distracted while they push through ridiculous legislation.
What kind of legislation are they trying to push through that looks so bad to the public though?
Well, the UN are looking to regulate one of the few new free market alternatives to tobacco smoking that actually works: E-cigarettes.
Their reasons range from misquoted studies all the way to "this is good for women and minorities".
What in the end does banning things like fun vape flavours do the for the little people, though? It makes anti-tobacco alternatives less appealing to smokers, leading to more unhealthy people.
"Reason" editor Jacob Sullum and I discuss the nanny state mission to control what we put in our bodies, and regulate free market solutions.