Earlier this year, Lauren Southern and I travelled to Delhi, India to report on the UN "nanny state" conference on tobacco regulation.
You can see all our reports here — you'll notice that we fought hard to get the truth about the United Nation's regulatory plans for the rest of us.
The organization banned reporters and one was physically removed from a meeting, while local farmers were also prevented from protesting this threat to their livelihoods.
After we returned, Eric Gagnon of Imperial Tobacco Canada contacted me to talk about the many stakeholders who were also shut out of this one-sided globalist conference.
Today he joins me for an in-depth conversation about regulations, personal responsibility and what I believe is the UN's anti-capitalist agenda disguised as a concern over our "health."
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