Any honest person looking even just a little deeper beyond the mainstream narrative would agree.
One of Britain's top experts on the effects of smoking insists it's fine to smoke 10 cigarettes a day, passive smoking is no problem, and the government is wasting money telling people to quit.
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Though staunch anti-smokers themselves, Enstrom and Kabat were also principled, and refused to back down when it became apparent that secondhand smoke did not pose mortal danger to nonsmokers.
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There are no measurements of exposure, there is no lab work, no experiments, and never any proof.
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In 1961, nearly 70% of all males in the United States over the age of 18 were smokers. Just over a decade later, the World Health Organization decided to make them pariahs by way of "secondhand smoke," despite having no studies to back up their claims. This content is for members only. $2 gets you … Continue reading Did You Know? #2
Anything is toxic or carcinogenic if the dose is large enough.
Covid is far from the first time the WHO has been engaged in a potential cover-up. The organization has numerous ties to the pharmaceutical industry, which profits from policies such as smoking bans.