Thursday, 12 May 2011

One Trenchant Point on Tobacco Bans

Of the main leaders in the Second World War: Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin were all dedicated smokers; whereas Hitler and Mussolini were vehemently opposed to smoking. It is strange, even perverse, that the modern world (which is very little better informed as to the health risks of smoking than the Allied Warriors), should go with the mindsets of Hitler and Mussolini; isn't it?

Well, isn't it?

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