Kidnapped for her own good?

<div style="text-align: justify;"><img hspace="4" align="left" src="" alt="" />In this Round Table, host Gian Turci presents a story that has nothing to do with smoking, or even with lifestyles, but it still has very much to do with the corrupt institution of Public Health. The story is at once moving and telling. It is the story of Kathleen Stenson and her son William.</div>

Big Pharma: unrestricted grants to tax competition

<div style="text-align: justify">Novartis and Pfizer have recently opened their wallets once again to pay off their Smokerfree Partnership salesmen and marionettes to find the way to suppress contraband and increase cigarettes taxation, thus ensuring more and more control of the nicotine market,&nbsp;worth billions of dollars,&nbsp;to the pharmaceutical multinationals.</div>

What Big Pharma likes to sell is an epidemic

<div style="text-align: justify">It is a given that Big Pharma manipulates the state (and particularly public health institutions) as its personal property and marionettes. It is sufficient to look at what they have done with smoking:&nbsp;transform scientific and statistical frauds into cultures.</div>

Smoke in their face in North Dakota

<div style="text-align: justify"><img alt="" hspace="3" align="left" src="" />The Nazification of North Dakota received a resounding setback last February 20. People will still be able to smoke in bars. That is good news, but it&rsquo;s not enough. Smoking is still forbidden almost everywhere else, and that is not acceptable.</div>

Smoke in their face in Austria

<div style="text-align: justify"><img alt="" hspace="3" align="left" src="" />&quot;A ticket to victory&quot; could have been another title of this piece. Not all sides of our movement are in agreement with FORCES when we state that, in order to defeat smoking bans, we have to make smoking more popular, that is, increase the number of smokers.</div>