Big Tobacco Forced to Admit the Truth

Jail for all who took money from big tobacco and for terrorism charges to be leveled against the tobacco lobby


By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Big tobacco was ordered, back in ’06, to come clean about smoking.  Cancer wasn’t half of it.  There can’t be much that’s secret about smoking, or so we thought.  We were wrong and the millions out there addicted to genetically engineered GMO-addictive tobacco based chemical injection devices, including cigarettes, have now another chance to regain some of their life expectancy.

For years, crooked doctors pushed cigarettes on the public while Hollywood worked overtime to glamourize smoking.  It killed of all the old time smokers, maybe even John Wayne if radiation from a movie site didn’t do it instead…or help.

My recommendation is jail for all who took money from big tobacco and for terrorism charges to be leveled against the tobacco lobby, their media partners and those in government who accepted their cash.

Behind it all:  The American Enterprise Institute, perhaps with Google, the real mother of ISIS.

Senior Editor , VT
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.

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  1. No additives tobacco is the way to go if sucking fire is yer thing. The weed that is out there, is not the weed we all knew back when. I completely distrust it. Beer is another thing, that makes me suspicious. If I was an investor, I would lean towards boutique brandies, rums, and organic wines. Like anything that turns sunlight into cash, the weed and hops are being grown by idiots who care nothing about anything but the bottom line, and they have no idea where they get the seed. Gov has been working in concert with ag colleges for decades to find the weed they prefer to hand to the peasants. Pretty hard to track what makes us sick when we are bathing our stomachs in god only knows what alchemical cocktails every day. Soil testing is also a very under manned. The dirt is everything.

    • David, i live in Krasnodar region (it is Sochi, Krasnodar – right above the Black Sea). It is always considered as agricultural region (a lot of black, good soil) where we have wheat, grapes, tea, peaches and etc. But the policy of our government says – it is more cheap to bring Chinese garlic, Turkish tomatoes (shining and beautiful, long, but plastic consistence and no fragrance), foreign powder wines, local powdered – juices, milk, beer…. How come? We have everything to produce ourselves. But they raise the price for diesel fuel and automatically everything becomes expensive. Peasants and farmers have hard times. Sanctions helped a little bit. But the government gives the help by left hand and takes away immediately by the right hand. Big food markets (whose owners are abroad) kill the old traditional markets, bazaars. Thank God we still have in my region the local markets where Russian farmers sell natural vegetables, honey, fruits, Kuban and Crimean wines – without GMO and pesticides. And it costs not much. I know that in the USA the natural food has big price in special stores.

  2. “…Now they’re into 3rd hand smoke…”

    You mean that you don’t believe that tobacco smoke fumes from one’s clothes can give lung cancer to others in the vicinity?

    How dare you not buy into the anti-smoking hysteria?


  3. “I do not advocate smoking, unless it’s weed, to anyone…”

    If smoking tobacco causes lung cancer, does smoking marijuana cause hemphysema?

  4. My friend was eventually All Black Captain, but when he was younger they sent him to Europe to work for Patrick Nally. Patrick Nally also became a billionaire through his marketing of advertising at sports events and the amount of (often subliminal) “dwell time” for TV cameras. The Big Winner was The Marlboro Arch over the far end of the straight of the Formula One Motor Racing. Everyone can remember the cars coming down the straight, but the Arch was ever present in full view behind those camera shots. John Player Special flashing past on the side of the black car? I also sold cellophane from DuPont to the toacco companies in New Zealand in the late 70s and my last call on a Friday was to the smallest of the three (Rothmans/Pall Mall 60%. Brit and American Tobacco with Benson and Hedges 30% and 10% for the Marlboro outfit – probably different market sharres in the USA) and I would smoke with the Old Guy that I dealt with before heading home. He told me that young girls aged 10-15 were the Target of the Macho Orientated Ads. I understand the NZ Maori women have the highest tobacco addiction of any ethnic group on the planet. Our local Member of Parliament in Lower Hutt, Christopher Bishop is a former Tobacco Lobbyist and keeping the local WD and HO Wills factory was part of his brief and presumably of his financing.

  5. “My recommendation is jail for all who took money from big tobacco…” – G. Duff

    Does that include those who accepted tobacco sponsorship money in areas such as motor racing?

  6. Western Cigarettes contain hundreds of ” Additives ” to Tobacco including Polonium which is a Radioactive Isotope .

    Seems additives are added to Tobacco to make it more Addictive & hence Bigger Profits and they don’t care What Polonium does to smokers

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