Do you know who these two men were? The one on the left was Edward Bernays - the father of public relations or propaganda, and the one on the right was AA Brill - Known as the father of psychoanalysis. These two men created a snare to trap every man, woman and child in the deadly poison of tobacco. In order to understand HOW to get out of the trap, you need to know what that trap was and who laid it.
It was scientifically proven by 1836 that tobacco was harmful. The studies, and those who shared them, were systematically silenced with threats of job loss or lawsuits. Edison was threatened with a law suit by the Tobacco Company stating that "tobacco was pure and harmless" and if he persisted to promote the dangers of smoking he would be sued. And so were many physicians and scientist of that day who did stand against the tobacco industry. Henry Ford went on to write an amazing book on the evils of tobacco titled "The Case Against The Little White Slaver". He self produced and distributed 10,000 copies at no profit to himself to educate people because the government and AMA were not. In 1915, biologist Davis Starr Jordan, wrote "The boy who smokes cigarettes need not be anxious about his future, he has none" Ford noted that 99% of criminals were smokers from an early age.
Tobacco is one of the most insidious traps to enslave and destroy Americans. Those of you who do not smoke, you might find it interesting that for every pack of cigarettes sold, Americans pay $2.17 in health related costs and loss of productivity costs. So non smokers should care because they are essentially paying for it. Your taxes dollars are paying for those who smoke, and if you care about sharing the precious truth with them, you need to know what you are up against because smoking affects a person's ability to learn and retain information and numbs the senses. Smoking makes it harder for a person to receive spiritual truth very much like other drugs like alcohol and marijuana. There was a reason brilliant successful men like Edison and Ford refused to hire smokers. And if you smoke, knowing that you were manipulated, targeted for addiction and control might help you overcome this nasty habit. Let's look at the trap laid in 1929. It was at that time in the U.S. illegal and taboo for women to smoke outside.
Rebecca Harder is a National Board Certified Colon Hydrotherapist, I-ACT Certified at the Instructor Level and Happy Owner of Colon Care, LLC. She has given over 20,000 colonics and consultations since 2003. She also offers Health Coaching at www.GastraGirl.com.