The Players, International Anti-Tobacco Advocates At WHO
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any tend to perceive organizations as entities having a life of their own. While this is true in many ways, it is a fact that any organization is made of PEOPLE.
We are all familiar with frustrating and evasive sentences such as "it's company policy," "...sorry, nothing personal, 'superior orders'," or the omnipresent: "it is the law."While this approach effectively nullifies any objection from those who must submit, the bureaucratic machinery makes any change an insurmountable obstacle for any single individual. That is how the system protects itself against the citizen.
For millenia, these have been, and are, the shields of those who, for right or wrong, impose their will on others while dodging personal accountability.
Where do those shields stop being a necessary tool for a social system to work, and become instead a safe passage for oppression and persecution? This was the profound question that had to be answered during the Nuremberg trials of the Nazi war criminals after WW II.
In this section, we examine who the anti-tobacco players are at WHO.
The interests that propel them to divert resources from the fight against the malaria and AIDS plagues and go after a non-existing epidemic are demonstrated in section III, and IV.
The anti-smoking castrati
The anti-smoking campaign in Nazi Germany
Anti-smoking ethics: corruption, lies, frauds, and cover-ups
Suppressing freedom of speech is OK if for anti-smoking purposes
But the diversion of resources towards anti-tobacco means that many victims of those plagues will not receive life-saving treatment, and education. It also means that millionsof those victims will DIE where they could be saved. And the body count will be REAL -- not computer-generated (see section VIII).
People like Gro Harlem Brundtland and Donna Shalala know that the worst that can happen to them is the loss of their job and political career, but most likely not even the loss of their hefty state pensions.
What about personal accountabilityfor the actual death of thousands -- perhaps millions due to this diversion of resources and inversion of priorities?
And what does that make the WHO?
We leave these answers to the integrity of the reader.
TARGET: WORLD CONTROL Research by Wanda Hamilton IN THE FOREFRONT
BEHIND THE SCENES: OTHER PLAYERS - UNITED STATES
The global anti-tobacco propaganda includes the usual U.S. players (the government bureaucrats, the big anti-tobacco organizations), but the following seem to be particularly active as behind-the-scenes players:
BEHIND THE SCENES: OTHER PLAYERS - EUROPE