Thursday, September 1, 2011

Cigarette bans on college campuses catching on: Unfair? - HealthPop - CBS News

Thanks to Audrey Silk for posting this on Facebook-

And Audrey Silk, a smokers' rights advocate in New York City, told CBS News that she opposes college smoking bans, adding "The goal is to have a smoker-free society. It is part of a strategy to ban smoking completely everywhere."

Yep, that about sums it up. In order to achieve the ultimate objective of a smoker-free society, they (the neo-bishops of do-goodery and doublespeak) are going to have to resort to draconian measures not unlike those taken by extremists and tyrants. There is no way to rid society of 1.5 billion people worldwide (this is a world-wide movement, courtesy of the WHO) without resorting to Stalinist-like tactics. Anyone who supports the anti-smoker movement at this point is an accomplice and should be ashamed of themselves.

When we begin to turn 20% of the population away from higher education, it'll become apparent that we've taken a wrong turn onto a road that leads inevitably to a very grim and humorless place where intellectual brain drain has taken the place of critical thinking and fairness.

The hatred and bigotry train rolls on.

Cigarette bans on college campuses catching on: Unfair? - HealthPop - CBS News


  1. Smoking bans on college campuses is nothing new. North Korea implemented a smoker-less college system starting several years back. In North Korea, if you are a smoker, you are not even permitted to attend college - at all - period. It's not smoking that's banned, it's smokers. And North Korea is of course the most utopian society on earth, which the US should rush to follow and not be left behind.

  2. I appreciate your delightful sarcasm:-)


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