posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 01:55 PM
In the spirit of discussion and greater openess, I would just like to share my insight.
Ciggarettes, no doubt, based upon skewered statistics that can prove anything, as the financial crisis had proven, claims that it causes cancer, which
is a costly medical treatment for social expenditure in healthcare, as well as the unnecessary loss of lives over a lifestyle choice.
Thing is, what were the TRUE statistics, if EVER published, that many more others die of cancer not due to smoking or being secondary smokers in the
presence of smokers? Could it be a genetic hereditary trait instead of being 'nurtured'?
Next, how often does one feel more relaxed after a cigarette break? It is a form of meditation. And there are many instances whereby during biz
deadlocks, officials became more calmer, to think issues straight, and get the necessary concessions or agreements. Even sometimes in deadly
situations such road rages, bar brawls, etc, a cigarette offered calms thing down.
Thus cigarettes DO have a meditative effect.
Thing right now one has to consider CAREFULLY - just what is the UN World Health Organisation's agenda in its pressurizing and outright hostile
DEMANDS upon SOVEREIGN nation leaders to agree to stamp out smoking?
Had it been truly altrusic, for the sake of humanity's health?
However, looking at WHO's dismal international assistance health records, it could NOT even sure states remain disease free for DECADES. So, does WHO
acts in humanity's interest, or do they act only upon their own unknown selfish agendas that cares not a hoot about human life?
What is their agenda? - to deny humanity the opportunity to meditate, calm down and clear their minds????
I would say, look carefully into smoking, on its pros as well as cons, deeply analysize it before making a committment upon free will.