Tobacco Control Tactics

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Website Highlights
  • Scientists are distancing themselves from the "passive-smoking" lie after retirement.
  • The debate is not over.
  • The Tobacco Control Industry is driven by government, charity & pharmaceutical money.
  • Big Pharma "cessation" treatments have success rates as low as 0.8%.
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Welcome to Tobacco Control Tactics

TCTactics aims to provide up-to-date information on the Tobacco Control Industry, its allies and those promoting the extremist anti-tobacco agenda that no longer targets just tobacco but ordinary adult consumers who use it.

The website explores how this industry – with support from the pharmaceutical nicotine producers and government tax funds – influences and often distorts public health debates, using a whole raft of lobbying, public relations tactics and junk science.


TC Emperor's Clothes
This Wiki site is offered to you by those bloggers and their supportive smoking and non-smoking friends who are fed up with the continuing harrassment of smokers by NGOs and (junk-)scientists who use YOUR tax money and the money of the pharmaceutical nicotine treatment producers to 'denormalise' ordinary citizens. The website aims to be a central resource of information about the Tobacco Control lobby and its tactics for all of those who fight for Free Choice.

On this website you'll find all the information that you need to debunk the Tobacco Controllers' statements and sound bites, as well as see which individuals, scientists and organisations are causing economic, social, and psychological damage to the lives of smokers and their friends and families.

Most of the information here is presented as lists of facts about various topics. These fact pages are divided into the following sections:

The Players

Free-Choice Supporters

The Tobacco Control Industry

The Background

The Claims

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