Another Post Today: Vapingpoint Liz’s Letter to PM Theresa May

Liz reads out the letter in a video:

Liz raises the points which hardly anyone in the MSM or in Parliament mention – the nasty downside of the War On Smokers. Nasty activists (well-paid trolls) have infiltrated all aspects of government as they mercilessly ban, demonise, denormalise, batter, rob, smokers day after day.

I have been experiencing squelching noises in my left ear. I had problems with that ear some years ago (went deaf in that ear) so I went to the doctors who diagnosed wax. When I went to the hospital, I found that my appointment had been cancelled because the specialist was not feeling so well. Anyway, I had been putting olive oil in the ear, as instructed, and the hearing had returned. All I went to the hospital  for was to get any remaining wax removed. So I continued with the oil for a few more days and all was well.

So I went on the net to see what was being recommended. The first site that I tried was a NHS one. Guess what they recommended among other things? You got it – STOP SMOKING!

Zealots (doing other well-paid ancillary jobs) are everywhere. And that is how they do it – they apply for and are pushed forward into those well-paid ancillary jobs where they can do as much damage as possible to smokers whilst apparently being well-paid for messing up some other aspect of the NHS. Those costs of TC are hidden from view.

Watch the video. Liz is a credit to us all.

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11 Responses to “Another Post Today: Vapingpoint Liz’s Letter to PM Theresa May”

  1. elenamitchell Says:

    Can anyone explain to me why I had wax blocked ears from around the age of ten when I didn’t start smoking until I was eighteen?
    In fact, it is my only reason for ever going to a Doctor, although it doesn’t happen very much anymore. And when it does I use Hydrogen Peroxide which clears it up almost immediately.

    Still Smoking and enjoying it.

    Well done, Liz.

  2. cherie79 Says:

    Every time I look at any NHS site no matter what for a the first thing you see is stop smoking. I am beginning to think if there was no smoking we would all be immortal ! Still smoking happily at 75,

  3. artbylisabelle Says:

    Thank you ((((((Liz))))))

  4. Smoking Lamp Says:

    First, Absolutely excellent video! I hope it sees the rounds in Westminster!

    Second, The medical professions abound with superstition and hysteria when it comes to smoking.

    Finally, Tobacco control must be destroyed.

  5. beobrigitte Says:

    Again, thank you very, very much for that letter, Liz.

    So I went on the net to see what was being recommended. The first site that I tried was a NHS one. Guess what they recommended among other things? You got it – STOP SMOKING!

    Did the site give links to smoking cessation “clinics”? Hahahahahahaha…..

    Didn’t you know that ingrown toenails disappear when you stop smoking?

  6. junican Says:

    “Didn’t you know that ingrown toenails disappear when you stop smoking?”
    Of course – and broken legs heal in days, lungs function perfectly the day after stopping smoking and people run marathons in record times, and………

  7. cherie79 Says:

    I recently lost a dear friend, a retired district nurse, to lung cancer. She never smoked nor did her husband so no shs. While I, having smoked since I was 16, had lung cancer surgery 7 years ago. As I think I have said before, no symptoms just an incidental finding, am still doing fine. My surgeon has no answer to my questions about that.

    • junican Says:

      The same applies to MS – no one know why one person should suffer and not another. It appears that Ms does not appear in Africans – only in Europeans. I sometimes wonder if smoking exaggerates the effect of genetic predisposition to LC.
      That is the problem with studies – they are already slanted to produce a specific result. If they do not, then they are consigned to Room 101.

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