1st July 2017: The Tenth Anniversary of the Most Vicious Persecution of The British People since Cromwell

I was watching the TV in the pub tonight. There was a report about the tower block Inferno. It seems that the boss of the Local Authority building department was a ‘Doctor’.

It is very easy to confuse the idea of a ‘medical doctor’ with someone who is a ‘Doctor of Philosophy’, for example. There are two distinct words in common use which indicate different levels of ‘learnedness’. One is ‘Professor’ and the other is ‘Doctor’. ‘Doctor’ is at a higher level than ‘Professor’. I should imagine that ‘Doctors’ are paid more than ‘Professors’. But those ‘Doctors’ are not even remotely connected with your GP ‘doctor’.

It is reasonable to suppose that the ‘Doctor’ in charge of ‘buildings’ was a really, really, really wonderful expert in THE THEORY of buildings. He would know everything that there is to know about structures, stresses, materials, foundations, etc. After all, he is a ‘Doctor’ of ‘Buildings’ or whatever. He knows EVERYTHING.

Just as the eminent Doctor’s calculations regarding cladding tower blocks with inflammable material turned out to be disastrous, so have the calculations of ‘Eminent Doctors’ about the acceptability of the Persecution of smokers.

And I mean PERSECUTION. There is nothing accidental about it. It was always intended. Smokers HAD TO BE persecuted. “Exiled to the outdoors” = Persecution. “Massive increases in taxation” = Persecution. Does ‘The Cost of Health’ justify the Persecution? Absolutely not! The cost of the NHS is an artificial construct as regards smoking. That is because the cost of the NHS depends upon what the NHS is prepared to treat. ‘Smoking related diseases’ are indistinguishable as compared with the same ‘conditions’ in non-smokers.

What we smokers should be pleased about is that the furore about ‘Bans’ has not died. We detest bans of every kind. We detest the promoters of bans. We are the vanguard of detestation of sugar bans, salt bans, global warming bans, drug bans, alcohol bans, and every other ban that you can think of. We want the taxpayer to be relieved of the cost of the leaches.

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4 Responses to “1st July 2017: The Tenth Anniversary of the Most Vicious Persecution of The British People since Cromwell”

  1. Smoking Lamp Says:

    The smoking bans must be repealed and tobacco control destroyed.

  2. michaeljmcfadden Says:

    Lamp ‘n Junican: FULLY agreed!

  3. Rose Says:

    It’s still remarkably quiet this morning, I’ve only seen Cancer Research UK crowing about fewer smokers on TV.
    Perhaps there are so many glaring and obvious negative consequences following the Smoking Ban that they don’t really want to get into a debate on the subject.

    Maybe after they’ve had lunch ..

  4. beobrigitte Says:

    ‘Smoking related diseases’ are indistinguishable as compared with the same ‘conditions’ in non-smokers.
    Especially since they occur in the elderly population, smokers and non-smokers alike.

    What we smokers should be pleased about is that the furore about ‘Bans’ has not died.
    “THEY’LL GET USED TO IT”
    http://www.nycclash.com/Fictions_Anti-smokers_Spin.html
    It’s 10 years post dictation of the smoking ban in England today. I’m afraid, I haven’t gotten used to it shortly after the ban. What makes tobacco control think that I’m getting used to it now?

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