posted on Jun, 29 2014 @ 11:52 PM
Yes I think you were.
The first modern anti-smoking laws were probably dreamt up by some Nazis for Hitler (who was an ex-smoker), and although his generals persuaded him to
forgo a tobacco-free army, it was in the pipeline for their post-war plans.
I'm all for having smoke-free zones and establishments, but when the smoke doesn't provably bother anybody then the debate moves from proof to
Nobody has the right to "clean" air, or don't start a car or a jet, or allow a barbeque or wood-fire.
In fact don't use chemical paints on the walls, and some people get sick from perfumes.
A certain amount of inter-civic tolerance is to be expected.
So yes, I think you were a victim of discrimination.
However, since smoking is really being nailed after some very thin activism by self-proclaimed "comic book heroes", and we must all kneel to their
fascism, I don't think one can really do much about it.