Friday, 31 January 2014
Something different about China?
In China, there are 350 000 000 smokers. That is, three HUNDRED and fifty million smokers. I have wondered before whether there is something different about China. The death rate from smoking is quite different to ours!
Unless major cancer prevention and treatment programs are put in place, the current figure of about one million Chinese dying each year from all smoking-related illnesses will rise to two million by 2025, and three million by mid-century, CCTV reported.
Of all forms of cancers, those of the lung, breast, liver and colon had risen “most clearly” over the last 30 years, experts at the meeting said, with deaths from breast cancer recording an increase of 96 percent
The Tobacco Control Cartel/Corporations/Industry is needing a profitable new stamping ground. What better one than China!? It has three HUNDRED and fifty million smokers - wow - and a one million smoking related death rate. I am sure very shortly that figure will be adjusted so it comes in line with the West where, we are told HALF of smokers die from smoking. Does half of three HUNDRED and fifty million equal one million?
You can see that "lung, breast, liver and colon had risen “most clearly” over the last 30 years, experts at the meeting said, with deaths from breast cancer recording an increase of 96 percent" . Women smoke less than men in China, so the increase in breast cancer can be attributed to Second Hand Smoke surely? Ah well, lets just say it is - we don't need real science here, we just need guesstimates, yes?
China's income from cigarette production is vast - if I were a conspiracy theorist, I'd say the Antis will have their economy toppled in a trice and maybe it's a China takeover. They will get smoking banned and electronic cigarettes demonised. The Anti's could even get their grips on the electronic cigarette market there and produce millions of nice little white lookalikeees with impunity. What a thought!