The Mephistophelean Settlement Agreement

<div style="text-align: justify">This article is full of incorrect or false information. It caters to ideology and false antismoking moralism but it is still recommended reading. Why? Because it depicts a bittersweet revenge on a Satanic deal: the Master Settlement Agreement, now ten years old.</div>

Yet another passive smoke fraud debunked

<div style="text-align: justify">Some readers may remember the old fraud that stated that a smoker pollutes more than a diesel engine in the same room. As laughable as that statement is, it was widely reported all over the world by the public health mass media lackeys.</div>

Smoke in their face in Liechtenstein

<div style="text-align: justify"><img alt="" hspace="3" align="left" src="" />This piece in German brings us good news. Liechtenstein is&nbsp;a very small state in Europe and, although it is&nbsp;one of the very few states in the world that is not a WHO member, it enacted a total smoking ban a few months ago that went into effect in July.</div>

Short reflections on human incoherence

<div style="text-align: justify">In the spirit of the destruction of a time-honoured industry,&nbsp;antismoking operatives in the European Commission want to bankrupt the European tobacco growers by decreasing their subsidies. &ldquo;The farmers and workers say the proposed cut of half their subsidies from 2010 will result in massive job losses across the industry.&rdquo;</div>

Smoking and Diabetes

<div style="text-align: justify">Let’s take a quick quiz.&nbsp; What rational conclusion can be drawn from the following facts, as presented by anti-tobacco:&nbsp; Smoking rates, as well as exposure to secondhand smoke, have declined.&nbsp; Rates of diabetes, however, are increasing.&nbsp; If you conclude that diabetes, on the rise, is caused by smoking and secondhand smoke you are an anti-tobacco operative, devoid of logic.&nbsp; Dr. Gagliano exposes the hype and deception of an agenda incapable of deviating from a template that more than ever is an obvious fraud.</div>

CONCLUSIVE: ETS does not cause breast cancer

<div style="text-align: justify">Here is a British study signed by&nbsp;big names in epidemiological junk science, thus it has impeccable anti-smoking credentials. Yet you may as well rename it &quot;The Invisible Study&quot;, as you will never know that it exists from the mass-media. The study was published five months ago already, but not even the anti-fraud activists on our side have heard of it. Why?</div>