Issue #770 – Property Rights Newsletter, September 5, 2014


The Property Rights NewsletterSeptember 5, 2014 – Issue #770

“When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side,” I calmly say, Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.”
– Adolph Hitler

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
The Inversion of Science, Justice and Common Sense.: I am sure that we are all aware that the WHO has recommended that ecigs should be banned in enclosed places (surprise, surprise).

This propaganda suggestion is blatantly the work of the Big Pharma Companies which the WHO represents.

And the reasoning is also blatant nonsense – literally. “We do not know what the long-term effects on ‘passive vapers’ will be, so make sure that there are no passive vapers so that no one will EVER know what the effects on passive vapers will be”. Re-work that sentence with a few clever words, and Bob’s yer uncle – vaping banned in pubs. But it was the evidence that the WHO produced which led me to think…?

Cut off one limb, another appears…: Clive Bates has recently given his response to the WHO’s disproportionate recommendations on e-cigarettes, which you can read here.?

What is The World Health Organization?:The organization faces criticism for its growing dependence on the pharmaceutical industry.

The “People’s Health Movement,” a network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) focused on health policy from more than 70 countries, has criticized the pharmaceutical industry’s growing influence on WHO as well as the organization’s increasing reliance on private donors.

What is The United Nations?
: Read the full text of “The fearful master; a second look at the United Nations” and Watch the video: G. Edward Griffin On The United Nations. In reality, the United Nations is the seat of what the member governments hope will become a true world government.

“U.N. Me” Documentary Exposes the United Nations.: Most people are familiar with the U.N.’s notorious ineffectiveness, but viewers of the documentary U.N. Me will reach an inevitable conclusion: It’s even worse than we thought.

NE: Smoking in cigar bars, tobacco outlets ruled unconstitutional.
: In its decision, the court upheld the overall ban. “Allowing patrons of such shops to smoke simply because it is convenient does not comport with the purpose of the Act, which is to protect the public and employees from the dangers of second-hand smoke,” Stephan wrote.

TN: Involuntary blood test.
: Under “no refusal” enforcement, suspected drunk drivers will be forced to submit to a breathalyzer or blood test, even if they refuse. Forced blood extractions take place off-site at a police precinct, making the process time consuming for individuals who might be innocent.

Additionally, for those who refuse to comply, extraction locations are equipped with tools to strap down suspects and masks to cover their faces.

WV: Gaming down at Berkeley County bars since smoking ban went into effect.
: The amount of cash put into limited video lottery game machines at more than 80 of these alcohol-serving establishments also dropped by about $1 million from June to July.

Three clubs have indicated they might very well close in the coming days given the effect of the smoking ban on their business.

Australia: Smoking cops will get power to enter Victorian schools.
: Parents and older siblings who picked up students from school knew that smoking would no longer be tolerated at the school gates.

Council inspectors will be allowed in to investigate possible breaches and ensure the rules are being complied with.

Australia: Has the nanny state gone too far?
: NOTHING stirs up the emotions quite as much as the debate around the so-called nanny state.

Plain packaging, 1:30am lockouts, bicycle helmet laws – public health advocates say it’s all for the greater good, but libertarians say they erode personal responsibility and impose burdensome red tape.

The issue of the nanny state raised its head again this week with the second of four planned hikes to the tobacco excise, expected to discourage people from smoking. Cigarette prices are set to rise by $1.41 for a pack of 25.

Canada: Capital Health’s smoke-free policy expands to homes.
: New policy, effective Oct. 20, covers cigarettes and e-cigarettes.

MacIntosh says many patients who smoke already avoid lighting up when their caregiver visits.

World Smokers News – See today’s breaking news about smoking.
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
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