RWJF funding smoking bans for their "Social Engineering" agendaAccording to this Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) funded policy manifesto comes this excerpt:
Social change happens when you change internal attitudes, external structures, and/or work to make behavior unnecessary. Let’s use the example of highway traffic safety. You can try to change internal attitudes about seat belt use by convincing people through education and persuasion. You can try to change external structures, those outside the individual’s control, by using public policy to mandate seat belt use.......or raising cigarette taxes to increase the financial costs of smoking.
Armed with this new self appointed sense of importance, RWJF began implementing this social engineering agenda in the form of smoking bans not for any "public health" reason, rather as a profit motive. RWJF owns $5.4 billion dollars worth of Johnson & Johnson Company stock.......and J & J manufactures Nicoderm / Nicoderm CQ...... alternative nicotine products. Demand for pharmaceutical nicotine products increase as smoking bans are implemented.....or at least that is the hope of the pharmaceutical interests who fund smoking ban activities.
Spreading lies about secondhand smoke to further an agenda of increasing pharmaceutical profits, makes smoking bans one of the worst hoaxes perpetuated upon society. And as more and more people are exposed to the truth, it is less likely that RWJF and Johnson & Johnson Company's maniacal plans will be met with blind acceptance.