Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Bhutan’s tobacco law described as ‘utter madness’

Bhutan’s tobacco law described as ‘utter madness’
May 31, 2011—Bhutan's opposition leader has condemned the country's anti-smoking law as ‘utter madness’ after another three people were sent to prison fhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifor possessing cigarettes, according to an Agence France Presse story.


What an understatement coming from the country that purports to guaranty "Gross National Happiness" to "all" of its citizens. Isn't that quaint? Of course there is no FORCE involved in implementing their vision of a utopian society. The bishops of do-goodery would never bring about an aura of bad karma by jailing a monk (usually known as quite peaceful folks)for being in possession of tobacco, would they? Naaaaaah, that would make it a dictatorship, and we all know that happiness is next to impossible to achieve (save for the powerful few) under such a circumstance.


Bhutan’s tobacco law described as ‘utter madness’

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