UK: “Conservatives” Pass Total Ban on Smoking (To be Phased in Over Decades)

Remember: these people tried to force-vaccinate everyone with a deadly gene therapy.

Food might be a little bit more regulated in the UK than in the US, but not by much.

Actually, that’s only half as obese as the United States. But still. It’s a health crisis.

Smoking, by the way, is not a health crisis. When’s the last time you heard of someone dying from smoking? People die from vaccines and obesity all the time.

So: why are they so obsessed with shutting down nicotine? Is it because it increases both testosterone and brain function?


British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s plan to ban anyone aged 15 and under from ever buying cigarettes passed its first parliamentary vote on Tuesday, although dozens of his own lawmakers voted against it.

Sunak’s plan to impose some of the world’s strictest anti-smoking rules has angered some members of his governing Conservative Party, including former prime ministers Liz Truss and Boris Johnson, who say the state should not interfere in how people live their lives.

The bill passed a vote in Britain’s parliament with 383 in favour and 67 against, meaning it will progress to the next stage in parliament, where it can be subject to amendment.

Lawmakers were given a so-called free vote on the bill, meaning they did not have to vote along party lines. A similar law in New Zealand was scrapped this year by the new coalition government before the legislation went into force.

But 57 Conservatives, including Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch, voted against the plan, and the scale of the rebellion was another blow for Sunak, who has already faced criticism in his party over issues ranging from climate change to defence policy.

Polling by YouGov, opens new tab also suggests a smoking ban is popular, with a third of voters supporting the phased approach, 30% supporting a ban for everyone at the same time and only a quarter saying there shouldn’t be any ban.

57 isn’t even 1/5 of the “conservative” members of parliament.

Britain is a failed state.

They are harder on cigarettes than they are on immigrants, that’s for sure.