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Certain governments know that their past actions are directly responsible for causing most of the lung and skin cancers in the world today, so they go to extreme lengths in trying to deflect responsibility and thus financial liability away from themselves, and onto harmless organic tobacco instead. As we will find later in the report, humble organic tobacco has never hurt anyone, and in certain ways can justifiably claim to provide startling health protection.

Not all governments around the world share the same problem. Japan and Greece have the highest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the lowest incidence of lung cancer. In direct contrast to this, America, Australia, Russia, and some South Pacific island groups have the lowest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the highest incidence of lung cancer. This is clue number-one in unraveling the absurd but entrenched western medical lie that "smoking causes lung cancer."

Joe Vialls, Sign of the Times 14 Comments [9/10/2012 11:09:33 AM]
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Dr. Razark

"America, Australia, Russia, and some South Pacific island groups have ... the highest incidence of lung cancer."

Just out of curiosity, where was most open air nuclear testing done?

9/10/2012 11:16:59 AM

Leighton Buzzard

So smoke yourself to death, Joe, and see if we care. Just don't blow it in my face.

9/10/2012 1:31:24 PM

J. James

Bullshit.

9/10/2012 4:58:45 PM

The Anonymous

How much are the tobacco companies paying you for this bullshit?

9/10/2012 9:10:23 PM

NoXion

I'm a smoker, but at least I don't delude myself into thinking my habit is somehow good for me.

Fuckwit.

9/11/2012 12:14:43 AM

Pule Thamex

On the other hand we know that smokers are short of breath, cough like diseased rhinos, smell like ash trays, pollute the air with their foul burning leaf and cause one to gasp with their noisome exhalations.

These foul breathed addicts habitually enjoy their malodorous fix and couldn't care less that everyone else has to tolerate the noxious aura of their reeking clothes.

9/11/2012 2:11:44 AM

Doubting Thomas

Calling something "organic" doesn't mean it's healthy.

Sure, puff away all you want. Just don't be surprised when you start developing health problems.

9/11/2012 7:11:15 AM

Flah

When a product meant for human consumption includes arsenic as one of its active ingredients, it automatically gives up any claim to being healthy.

9/11/2012 8:31:50 AM

fishtank

What a nice fantasy.

9/11/2012 9:28:20 AM

nazani14

While lung cancer incidence overall may be lower in Japan than in the US, lung cancer IS the most common cancer in Japan. Some factors cited to explain this "paradox" include the possibility that the Japanese cigarettes have fewer carcinogens, and that the Japanese eat a healthier diet with less fat.

9/11/2012 10:54:54 AM

zipperback

Let's look at some statistics.

Percentage of smokers globally:

http://www.who.int/tobacco/en/atlas5.pdf

Lung cancer death per capita:

http://globocan.iarc.fr/factsheets/cancers/lung.asp

Amazing how East Asia (including Japan) has the largest percentage of smokers and a lung cancer mortality rate near the top of the chart.

9/11/2012 3:45:48 PM

Madbull

The same old tired debunked arguments...

Just admit that you're addicted and that you have a hard time quitting. No need to go into convolutions in a pathetic attempt to justify your habit.

9/11/2012 3:58:42 PM

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@pule thamex: i take offense to that. i go out of my way for non-smokers to avoid tobacco smoke, and i make sure i don't smell too much of tobacco smoke (clean living, personal hygiene). it's just respect to others, no need for name calling, although i do know some really callous smokers.

this post is truly idiotic though:
" harmless organic tobacco"
"humble organic tobacco has never hurt anyone"
just this discredits everything.

i'm with the anonymous and noXion on this one though, those were my first reactions as well.

9/12/2012 8:43:44 AM

Pule Thamex

@#1446473
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Thanks for your reply. Too bad if you took offense. I guess you didn't realize that I was mocking the complete tosser in the original post. But good for you if you are an invisible smoker as far as non-smokers are concerned. Smoke on buddy, it's your cardio-vascular system to do with as you wish. Happy heart attack.

9/14/2012 7:21:13 AM
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