The Twisted Ideology of the WHO

First the good news:

WHO says millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be ready for use next year…but admits it’s unknown if they will be effective
Millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be produced by 2015
Vaccines could be offered to workers in Africa as soon as December 2014
WHO warned vaccines would not be a ‘magic bullet’ for ending the outbreak
There is currently no proven cure or vaccine against the deadly virus
Five more experimental vaccines will start being tested in March

Then, H/T Jan Johnson, the not-so-good news from Kenya:

Kenyan Catholics Say They Have Evidence Of World Health Organization’s Population Control Scheme

The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops claims that vials of a tetanus vaccine being used in a program administered by the World Health Organization and UNICEF contain a chemical hormone that causes miscarriages and other infertility issues.

Kenya Catholic Doctors Association found HCG in vaccine:

With great difficulty, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association managed to access the tetanus vaccine used during the WHO immunization campaign in March 2014 and subjected them to testing. The unfortunate truth is that the vaccine was laced with HCG. This proved right our worst fears; that this WHO campaign is not about eradicating neonatal tetanus but a well-coordinated forceful population control mass sterilization exercise using a proven fertility regulating vaccine.

Seems it’s not the first time contaminated vaccine has been found:

The following year, the Global Vaccine Institute issued a bitter statement about tetanus vaccines carrying hCG hormones in the Philippines. Both WHO and the government denied these accusations.

They were confronted with independent lab results, which detected its presence in three of the four vials of tetanus toxoid.

WHO argued that there was an “insignificant” quantity of the hCG present and it accepted that a few vaccines may have been contaminated with hCG during the production process.

Doctors claimed that hCG was not a component nor was it used in the production of any vaccine, let alone tetanus.

Since hCG is natural to the body, the body would in normal circumstances not develop antibodies against it, however, if a part of the hormone is attached to the tetanus vaccine, the body develops antibodies against both the tetanus and the hCG.

The accusations were serious. Doctors claimed that WHO, or some people within WHO, had conducted massive sterilisation in Mexico in 1993, and in Nicaragua and Philippines in 1994, using tetanus as an excuse. The campaign targeted girls and women aged 14–49 years and each received a total of 5 injections, without informed consent.

Patheos blog comments:

The level of deception and disregard for human dignity on the part of WHO & UNICEF is chilling. Here’s yet another case of a powerful entities deciding that they know what’s best for an individual without even consulting her.

These actions shake any trust in genuine health care. After all, this is a tetanus shot laced with Beta-HCG hormone to cause infertility and miscarriages. The shot that’s supposed to protect  a woman from a serious infection, let’s say, from a rusty nail or some other puncture wound, is now robbing her of her ability and decision to have children.

Chris Oakley in the Free Society on other WHO extremism:

The fact that the WHO was staging a secretive convention on tobacco control at a critical point in the Ebola epidemic is a powerful illustration of the gulf between the lofty principles on which the organisation was founded and the twisted politicised ideology that now drives it.

I’m just reporting what other people are saying, and it may remain for further independent tests to be carried out on the WHO tetanus vaccines. But putting two and two together, I get the very strong feeling that if the new Ebola vaccines being rushed out next year by the WHO won’t actually prevent Ebola, they will most likely be excellent at preventing conception.

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38 Responses to The Twisted Ideology of the WHO

  1. Woods42 says:

    Assuming of course that once behind closed doors the WHO was discussing anything as trivial as tobacco control.

  2. Bill Gates Faces Trial in India for Illegally Testing Tribal Children with Vaccines:

    http://csglobe.com/india-holds-gates-accountable-vaccine-crimes/

  3. waltc says:

    On first thought, this sounds paranoid. A lot of people in Africa think AIDS was concocted by the CIA in a secret lab as a form of genocide, and they recently killed a few Doctors Without Borders believing the doctors were causing Ebola. On second thought, however, there’s a gnawing plausibility to a sterilization scheme , gives who WHO is. All I know –or believe that I know–is that tetanus isn’t any 5 shot deal. It’s one shot and over. And lasts for ten years.

    • Frank Davis says:

      I know what you mean about AIDS. But that always seemed to be a groundless rumour.

      But this new story seems to have rather more legs to it than that one, given the multiple sources I’ve turned up. It just happens to be a story that’s confined to places like Kenya and Mexico, rather than USA or Europe.

      I had lots of shots in my childhood. But I never had a tetanus shot. It was supposed to be the very worst. My worst shot, which I used to get almost every year, was TAB+C – Typhoid A&B plus Cholera – which would leave me with a swollen and useless left arm for about a week.

      Anyway, I was very shocked yesterday by this new story, but it seemed to me to fit with the WHO mindset, and so maybe it’s true. But if it is, and it gets more legs than it’s already got, I’d say that it’ll be the death of the WHO.

    • carol2000 says:

      Right – that story about 5 shots for tetanus is as fishy as they come. It’s probably straight from up the butt of an anti-vacciner.

    • beobrigitte says:

      Tetanus is only 1 shot; the antibody produced to it won’t stay in the “memory” and therefore the immunisation has to be repeated every 5 years. If one could be bothered; usually this repeat shot is being given when e.g. one walks into a rusty nail and it is more than 5 years after the last shot.
      Since I don’t bother a medic for stuff like that it is decades since I had the vaccination…

      I have also been vaccinated for smallpox, but by now I’d get it like everyone else. The antibody will not be “remembered” by my immune system, either.

  4. waltc says:

    Should read “given who WHO is.”

  5. It seems that the Rockefeller Foundation were developing ant-fertility vaccines in 1968: http://explosivereports.com/2012/06/09/rockefeller-anti-fertility-vaccines-exposed/

    When you wrote about the WHO’s first Director-General, Brock Chisholm, in the Spring, the direction in which the UN intended to move became even more clear to me. Chisholm (born 1896, Canada. died 1971, Canada) was a psychiatrist and eugenicist who said,

    To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.

    He wanted psychologists and psychiatrists to help do away with notions of right and wrong and other important issues which keep society functioning.

    Now, what do the Rockefeller Foundation, the Gates Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the Bloomberg Philanthropies have in common? They all care passionately about women’s rights, including “reproductive rights”.

    I wonder why that could be.

    In its “World Development Report 1984”, the World Bank (part of the UN) stated,

    To complement family planning services and social programs that help to reduce fertility, governments may want to consider financial and other incentives and disincentives as additional ways of encouraging parents to have fewer children. Incentives may be defined as payments given to an individual, couple, or group to delay or limit child-bearing or to use contraceptives. (…). Disincentives are the withholding of social benefits from those whose family size exceeds a desired norm.

    More recently, the World Bank now appears to be giving loans to the poorest countries on condition that they step up their efforts in reducing the fertility rate.

    The WHO and the ‘Foundations’ (not the bands of the same name) are clearly intent on population reduction by (I would imagine) any means.

  6. Rose says:

    OT

    Nisakiman

    Further to your previous post.

    However, I still don’t see what that has to do with viruses

    I suggest you read this post by Christopher Snowdon in it’s entirety.

    Nuns, prostitutes, witches and toads
    http://www.velvetgloveironfist.com/index.php?page_id=63

    • nisakiman says:

      Thanks for that, Rose. Another excellent piece from Snowdon. Yes, it does explain to a large extent my question.

    • carol2000 says:

      Yes, that’s a well-written piece, except that part about a Jewish p53 gene, which I’ve never heard of. Everyone has a p53 gene, not just Jews. But the E6 protein of HPV binds to and inactivates p53 anyhow. Also, HSV causes sores, which facilitate infections. And reference (6) is much more substantial than the single quote from it implies. It’s a mathematical model showing how failure to diagnose all cases of HPV leads to bogus smoking risks, due to different rates of infection between smokers and non-smokers. And its authors and their correspondent have kept their mouths shut about this for 20 years now.

  7. harleyrider1978 says:

    Students blow off designated smoking areas

    The Daily Cougar

    Despite the official rules, smoking seems to still be an issue all around campus. People can still be found smoking outside the designated areas, …

    http://thedailycougar.com/2014/11/07/students-blow-designated-smoking-areas/

  8. harleyrider1978 says:

    If somebody wants to nail Miss Ellen Hahns ass to the proverbial tree have at it………….she seems to think she still has an agenda left in Kentucky……..

    E-cigarettes: The next battle in the smoking fight

    The crowd is a collection of true believers. They revel in the ever-thickening haze in the small, tastefully appointed space at 723 Vapor, tricked out like a bachelor pad with cow-spotted rugs and low-slung leather chairs.

    Candy-colored tubes filled with nicotine-infused liquids and gleaming metal cylinders line the walls. These are the basic supplies for vaping or using electronic, battery-powered, mist-producing cigarettes instead of traditional tobacco wrapped in paper.

    This is a VapMeet — a gathering of e-cigarette aficionados. There are at least two a month at this Lexington store specializing in vaping supplies.

    The gathering has the feel of a hipster wine tasting with artisanal cheese. About two dozen folks, mostly men, mostly bearded, contentedly exhale clouds of white-gray mist as they chat and share tips about their favorite flavors and devices. Many carry tackle-box-size cases neatly packed with vaping paraphernalia.

    There are contests to see who can blow the biggest cloud of vapor.

    Owner Tony Florence is passionate about vaping, not just as a business but also as something close to a community service. He believes he is helping hard-core smokers embrace a healthier habit.

    “I don’t know any people who vape who are not former smokers,” he said. “We are trying to help people kick the habit. ”

    Health concerns for users, others

    E-cigarettes came to the United States around 2007. The first wave was what the faithful call “cig-a-like,” battery-operated clones of the traditional cigarette that delivered nicotine via a vapor instead of smoke.

    E-cigarettes of all kinds are now at the center of the latest battle in the smoking wars.

    In September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the use of e-cigarettes among middle and high school students has doubled in recent years to roughly 10 percent.

    CDC officials paint e-cigarettes as a kind of gateway drug that will lead to traditional smoking.

    According to state health officials, the number of vaping-related nicotine poisonings has doubled from 2013 to 2014. Gov. Steve Beshear signed a bill in April banning the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. The Lexington Fayette Urban County Council is expected to take a final vote on whether to include e-cigarettes in its current smoking ban at its meeting on Nov. 13.

    Vaping is estimated to be a $2.6 billion business, according to Bonnie Herzog, managing director of tobacco research for Wells Fargo Securities. E-cigarettes are expected to go mainstream in the next five years and outsell traditional cigarettes within a decade. According to Herzog, all three of the biggest members of big tobacco — Philip Morris USA, R.J. Reynolds, and Lorillard — have purchased an e-cigarette manufacturer.

    A year ago there were no vape shops in Fayette County, Florence said. Now there are least six, and e-cigarettes are widely available in convenience stores.

    Health officials concerned

    The burgeoning market for e-cigarettes has alarmed health officials at the national and state levels. According to the Department for Public Health, 30 children and 18 adults reported nicotine exposure to poison control centers in 2013. By mid 2014, incidents of potential harmful exposure to e-cigarettes were reported for 59 kids, including 40 under the age of 2. So far in 2014, 18 adults have reported nicotine exposure to the state poison control centers.

    Exposure happens in two ways, according to Public Health Commissioner Stephanie Mayfield.

    First, e-cigarettes don’t burn down like traditional cigarettes so people don’t have a measure for how much they’ve smoked, which can lead to a nicotine overload.

    Also, she said, the canisters containing the nicotine-filled juice are not childproof, which can lead to exposure. The juice bottles are often brightly colored and sweetly flavored, which can appeal to little children.

    And, Mayfield said, aside from the immediate consequences of overexposure to nicotine such as vomiting, nausea and trouble breathing, the long-term effects of e-cigarettes are “yet to be seen.”

    E-cigarettes can be advertised on television, and ads like a campaign featuring actress and former Playboy model Jenny McCarthy touting the Blu brand of e-cigarettes is a form of “re-normalizing and re-glamourizing of tobacco,” Mayfield said.

    Ellen Hahn, director of the Kentucky Center for Smoke Free Policy, believes e-cigarettes should be regulated like any other tobacco product and should easily fall under Lexington’s current smoke-free policy.

    They are not simply water vapor, but a visible aerosol that contains tiny polluting particles, she said.

    “They are not emission free,” she explained. The synthetic nicotine is 99.9 percent derived from the tobacco plant. It doesn’t look like tobacco, but that’s what it is, she said.

    “And because it is polluting and potentially has health consequences, people should be asked to vape or e-smoke or whatever, outside,” she said. “We are just saying you can’t smoke and hurt other people.”

    Grateful for e-cigs

    Chris Williams of Danville, couldn’t disagree more. He is among the converted who are grateful for e-cigarettes. Williams started smoking about a pack a day when he was 18, he said.

    He thinks it contributed to the heart attack he suffered in 2010 at the age of 33.

    He had tried everything to quit smoking, and nothing worked until vaping. Williams, who blogs about vaping and vaping supplies at BestElectronicCigaretteBlog, considers himself not only a vaping enthusiast but an ambassador for switching from cigarettes. And he thinks vaping should be allowed in public places.

    During a recent conversation, Williams repeatedly sucked on a vaping device filled with vanilla scented mist. He said he is skeptical of what he calls “science” produced by the government that shows vaping is harmful. As far as he is concerned, it has pretty much saved his life, although the Food and Drug Administration does not allow e-cigarettes to be marketed as a smoking cessation device.

    Carl V. Phillips, the chief scientific officer for the Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association, believes e-cigarettes “are contributing positively to the public health. They do serve as a substitute for smoking.”

    “E-cigarettes are very, very low risk,” said Phillps, who works for the national non-profit that promotes e-cigarettes. “It’s not clear that they are harmful at all.”

    Like Williams, he’s not convinced there is a danger based on science.

    “There is an effort by people with various motivations,” to malign e-cigs, he said, “They dress up their attack on e-cigs as if they are based on science. My favorite one is to refer to some detectable level of some chemical.”

    Technology has improved so much in the last 15 years that you can find “a few molecules of almost anything” if you look hard enough, he said.

    “The justification of banning smoking indoors does not extend to e-cigarettes,” he said.

    He can see limiting vaping in movie theaters and fancy restaurants, maybe. But bars, cafes and other social gathering places, he just doesn’t understand why it is necessary.

    In fact, the ability to not have to smoke outside is one of the reasons vapers are so zealous, he said. After years of being banished to sidewalks and outdoor smoking areas, they have literally found a way to come in from the cold. They don’t want to return to feeling like second-class citizens and maybe returning to traditional cigarettes.

    Businessman Florence hopes people will consider the good e-cigarettes can do.

    “We need to look at it from a harm reduction standpoint.”

    Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2014/11/08/3528762_e-cigarettes-the-next-battle-in.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      Even Carl Phillips made it in the story……………..Now why would the Nazis at Kentucky com go and actually do a lil research and find Carl to make some input…………..

      Amazing to say the least………..

      • harleyrider1978 says:

        “The justification of banning smoking indoors does not extend to e-cigarettes,” he said.

        He can see limiting vaping in movie theaters and fancy restaurants, maybe. But bars, cafes and other social gathering places, he just doesn’t understand why it is necessary.

        To bad I cant get in Id show em why even smoking tobacco shouldn’t be eliminated from indoors by comparisons………….

  9. Frank Davis says:

    Maybe the WHO has just started work early;

    In the near future, everyone will choose to have their eggs and sperm frozen at any early age, and be sterilised – and by 2050, almost all babies will be born via IVF, according to Professor Carl Djerassi, the inventor of the contraceptive pill.

    Sex will be purely for fun, as most couples will be sterile, and thus able to concentrate on indulging their wildest desires.

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      He totally misses the natural desire of the Human species to the act of breeding/making love. With the result that a couples child was the result of their love instead of robotic love!

    • carol2000 says:

      It’s just a sensational piece of nonsense-clickbait. IVF is expensive, and imperfect anyhow.

    • beobrigitte says:

      Sex will be purely for fun, as most couples will be sterile, and thus able to concentrate on indulging their wildest desires.

      Perhaps the WHO members have spent considerable time practicing the indulgence of their wildest desires to come up with such senile suggestion?

      Professor Djerassi, 91,
      Oh, dear…… Memories or wishful thinking? *face palm*

      says that the change will be driven by career-minded women freezing eggs so they don’t have to worry about having babies later in life.
      OH!!! Maternity leave is a problem in the productivity of future work drones? And what about the carrier-minded father being 1. excluded from the process of child rearing and 2. expected to be happy to fund university education for the late offspring at the age he was planning to think about retirement?

      Djerassi says that the change will also spell an end to abortions.
      *double face palm*

  10. harleyrider1978 says:

    Update: CVS Earnings Feel A Cigarette Burn, But How Badly?

    Nov. 9, 2014 4:37 AM ET | About: CVS Health Corporation (CVS), Includes: DG

    Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. (More…)

    Summary
    •CVS reported fiscal third-quarter results.
    •The results are somewhat indecisive to the extent of the tobacco ban damage on sales just yet.
    •I anticipated a greater impact right away.

    In my CVS (NYSE:CVS) article entitled, Of Course CVS Will Lose More Than $2 Billion From No Smokes, I made a case that CVS will lose more than what management forecasted, which was $2 billion annually. I made my case by stating, among other things,


    “While we still wait for the hard numbers for absolute proof, speculation doesn’t take much of a stretch. Simply turn to Dollar General (NYSE:DG) for the answer since it did the exact opposite move of CVS. Dollar General added cigarettes to its product offerings after going years (decades?) without. The result, just as Regarded Solutions suspected, is that not only is Dollar General selling cigarettes but the cigarette customers are buying other products.”

    CVS’ third-quarter earnings are now out. The earnings release stated, “[…] front store same store sales down 4.5%. Front store same store sales would have been approximately 480 basis points higher if tobacco and the estimated associated basket sales were excluded from the three months ended September 30, 2014 and 2013.”

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/2660755-update-cvs-earnings-feel-a-cigarette-burn-but-how-badly

    • churchmouse says:

      Dollar General stores are great! You can buy so much for so little — and now can pick up some cigarettes, too!

      We were in the US during the summer. There used to be an even mix of CVS and Walgreen’s where we visit. We noticed this year that all the CVS stores had closed. Walgreen’s survived, everywhere we went. That isn’t cigarette-related (policy being too recent), but the change was noticeable. Pity. I always liked having both chains from which to choose, but CVS have now made their own bed. They can lie in it.

  11. harleyrider1978 says:

    Smoking ban on bar patios won’t harm businesses, says Ontario. Don’t be so sure, counters industry group

    http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/11/07/welcome-to-the-last-days-of-smoking-on-bar-patios-ontario-decrees-jan-1-ban/

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      However, the Ontario Restaurant, Hotel and Motel Association said many of its members went out of business because of the original smoking ban while others are still struggling, and called the expanded ban to patios “unfair.”

      Association president and CEO Tony Elenis said until smoking itself is outlawed, business owners should be allowed to decide if they want to allow smoking on their patio or not instead of facing a total ban through regulation.

      “It’s a choice the customer can make whether to go to a patio with smoking or not,” said Elenis. “Of course that impacts the decision of the business owner and it should be his decision, based on the decisions of his customers.”

      The Progressive Conservatives support the changes, but wonder why the government didn’t address the problem of contraband tobacco, which is often sold near colleges and universities at a fraction of the $85 retail price for a carton of cigarettes.

      It doesn’t address the fact that students can buy 200 cigarettes in a baggie for $8

  12. JJ says:

    Smoking in cars ban on its way then?…http://t.co/86JLr1HAQ4 via @mailOnline

  13. carol2000 says:

    Massachusetts town weighs nation’s 1st tobacco ban
    Westminster, Mass. – “So many people have called Town Hall about the proposal, the Board of Health – whose meetings about septic system updates and mosquito control rarely attract an audience – will hold Wednesday’s public hearing in an elementary school cafeteria rather than in its usual second-floor conference room.” It’s all based on lies and scientific fraud, but all the tobacco industry and local merchants have to say is that it’s bad for business. Talk about a one-dimensional, myopic outlook that could possibly cost them everything they claim to care about. But this is how it’s been EVERYWHERE.
    http://www.jsonline.com/news/usandworld/national/massachusetts-town-weighs-nations-1st-tobacco-ban3eff6a3e5e534809b760dcd90b572953-282065541.html

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      This is nothing more than a small town test trial by the anti-tobacco goons to try and make it illegal to buy tobacco everywhere………..

  14. waltc says:

    Thought this rang a bell. Rumor had it that an Obama health advisor was on record as having once proposed putting sterilants into municipal water supplies. This is not to say it’s happened, or will, but that there exist in this admin some highly placed people who think it’s a good idea. Otoh, there’s also been a lot of talk –you can google it–about residue from women’s Pill getting into the supply and inadvertently causing a decline in the birth rate. Anyway, fwiw:

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-science-czars-plan-to-sterilize-population-through-water-supply-already-happening.html

  15. Rose says:

    I’m quite taken by this DiFranza person, he of the –

    “People who are willing to risk their life by smoking are also going to be more willing to risk their life by speeding, not wearing seat belts and driving while drunk,“ said DiFranza, who is an expert in family and community medicine.”

    I don’t think I’ve heard of him before.

    Willingness to Take Risks Equated With Accidents : Studies Link Smoking, Drunk Driving – 1985

    “BOSTON — People who smoke cigarettes are more likely to drive drunk, speed and not wear seat belts, and, as a result, some medical experts are suggesting that they should pay higher car insurance rates.

    Studies show that those who smoke are 40% more likely to have an automobile accident than nonsmokers and are 3 1/2 times more likely to drive drunk.

    Form of Addiction

    “Smoking isn’t just a social habit, it’s a form of drug addiction,” said Dr. Joseph R. DiFranza, an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. “And people who are addicted to one drug are more likely to be addicted to another drug, such as alcohol.”

    His research has disclosed that almost one of three smokers is an alcoholic, as opposed to one of 70 nonsmokers.”
    http://articles.latimes.com/1985-12-29/news/mn-25925_1_drunk-driving

    2002
    “Dr. Joseph R. DiFranza of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, who led the attack on the Joe Camel character for being aimed at children, said his research suggested that adolescents, at least, would not be drawn to home-rolled. “Kids are so image conscious they don’t want to be seen smoking anything inexpensive,” Dr. DiFranza said.”
    http: //www.nytimes.com/2002/10/14/nyregion/14CIGS.html

    Inhaling from just 1 cigarette can lead to nicotine addiction – 2007

    “Recent research has revealed that the nicotine from one cigarette is enough to saturate the nicotine receptors in the human brain. “Laboratory experiments confirm that nicotine alters the structure and function of the brain within a day of the very first dose. In humans, nicotine-induced alterations in the brain can trigger addiction with the first cigarette,” commented Joseph R. DiFranza, MD, professor of family medicine & community health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and leader of the UMMS research team.”
    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2007-07/uomm-ifj070307.php

    Scary stuff!

    ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE –
    ESTIMATION OF ITS CONTRIBUTION TO RESPIRABLE SUSPENDED PARTICLES –
    METHOD BASED ON SOLANESOL DETERMINATION

    “Many plants of the Solanaceae family, which includes the genus Nicotiana, of which the tobacco plant is a member, contain solanesol; particularly those that contain trace amounts of nicotine.
    These include the tomato, eggplant, potato, and pepper.

    The potential interference due to these sources is negligible, cooking being the only likely potential source of interference. An interference of this type would bias results high, overestimating the contribution of ETS to RSP.”
    http: //www.coresta.org/Recommended_Methods/CRM_52.pdf

    They don’t mention aubergine – eggplant which reputedly has the highest amount of nicotine second only to the tobacco plant.

    In humans, nicotine-induced alterations in the brain can trigger addiction

    You know, one day I’m going to lose my sense of humour and go all out for a total ban on nicotine containing vegetables based entirely on anti-tobacco science.

  16. churchmouse says:

    Frank, thanks for another excellent post. I share your concerns and questions.

    Ebola is nothing new and has been linked to monkeys. Why the WHO hasn’t done anything about it until now is astounding. Unlike smoking, this truly is a public health issue.

    List of Ebola outbreaks since 1976:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ebola_outbreaks

  17. nisakiman says:

    I really am tired of all this bullshit. They can just fuck off. I don’t care where I am, or who is in the car with me, if I want to smoke a cigarette while I’m driving, then that’s exactly what I’ll do.

    It’s a stupid law based on junk science and the witterings of scatterbrained ideologues who happen to have the ear of government. I feel no compunction whatsoever to obey obviously flawed directives.

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