The current anti-smoking campaign
not about public health or drug abuse...
It is about
CONTROL... They want it!
Invasion of Your
We are rapidly entering the age of no privacy,
where everyone is open to surveillance at all times; where there are no secrets
from government. - Justice William O. Douglas, 1966
In our post-911 society, Americans have experienced
perhaps the largest loss of individual rights and especially the loss of the
right of privacy all in the name of "national security."
government leaders and meddling social engineers are doing everything they can
to control every aspect of our lives. They have routinely violated the rights
of individuals and property owners by regulating personal behavior on private
property. When the property owner of shops, restaurants and bars allows
smoking, many smokers will argue that non-smokers should just stay away and the
government should not interfere. But, that's not the case. Big Business is
forced to thumb their nose at your rights in exchange for cutting the costs of
TODAY many online cigarettes vendors report your purchases to
your state tax authority. Those who don't report today will likely be forced to
report your purchases tomorrow. Result? Your privacy is violated.
TODAY any use of Credit Cards or even Bank debit E-Checks for online cigarettes
purchases may be reported to your state tax authority. Result? Your privacy is
Read carefully the Privacy Statements on vendor websites
and you'll discover there is NO privacy when it comes to smoking cigarettes.
Many of these privacy statements contain lots of nice words about "protecting"
your privacy and then go on to say, "You should be advised, however, that
federal law requires us to report all sales and shipments of cigarettes to your
states taxing authority."
Your Medical Records
the nation's leading child abuse experts, James Garbarino, has suggested that
cigarette smoking is a form of child abuse. Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Executive Director John Banzhaf suggested in a major medical address that
physicians are legally as well as morally justified in filing complaints of
"child abuse" or "child neglect" in situations where parents smoke.
more companies, municipal governments and police departments require affidavits
and even use lie detector tests and random drug testing to foist their
anti-smoking policies. When it's discovered that individuals smoke, even in the
privacy of their homes, they have been denied employment and fired from their
An example of this is Scott Rodrigues who was fired from a
lawn-care job he had at The Scotts Co. after a drug test came up
positive for nicotine. Another example is the insurance consulting firm,
Weyco, who's company president Howard Weyers announced, "Anyone that has
nicotine in their body will be fired. At Weyco, that means no smoking at
work, no smoking at home, no smoking period.