I see. You don’t allow Big Tobacco into the debate, because that’s like appointing foxes to look after your chickens. But why exclude members of the public?
Simple. Because that would be like appointing chickens to look after your chickens.
In the world of Margaret Chan, the public are just so many chickens being hunted by the fox of Big Tobacco. And that leaves only Margaret Chan and Tobacco Control to look after her chickens.
For make no mistake, we are Margaret Chan’s chickens. She owns us.
Anyway, opposite page 20 is page 21, and look what’s on it:
A cigarette ad! A menthol cigarette ad! In bright, attractive packs.
I think they might be a Greek brand.