Thursday 23rd January – 21:00 GMT
Today is the big day when ITV airs, its show about electronic cigarettes, so Chris Choi is Dave’s guest and no doubt he will be answering questions regarding the show.
Chris Choi is well aware of the type slant that was put in the rise of ecigarettes show. It is used often when wanting to put one side of the argument as the experts and the other as a view that cant be trusted whilst appearing to put a balanced argument.
simple tricks that have been used time and again is to have the persons to be perceived as experts in an office or laboratory wearing suits and ties having been well prepared and rehearsed, whilst the opposing view will be filmed on the hop, not well prepared or dressed for camera and with a backdrop that will not convey expert in the field. Also the real experts that could give pithy and accurate opinion for the side of in this case e-cigs will not be invited on the show, many excuses will be given as Chris choi does here for them not being needed on the show or that people who watch television at 7.30pm don’t understand science whilst still having scientists for the regulation side of the argument. Although it was done very subtly the show was stacked in favour of the world heath organisation, who by the way have been criticised by doctors writing for the British medical journal for their connections to big pharmaceutical. Doctors writing reports for the world heath organisation have been on the payroll of pharmaceutical companies and have not disclosed this even though it is a legal requirement. A report by doctor Deborah Cohen of the British medical journal can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCmCLqYQgVA
I don’t call 10% postive 90% negative balanced
I just wanted to add a couple of things that stood out after watching your interview with Chris choi last night. First of all Chris said he had had two months to investigate this show, the main thrust of which were concerns about what toxins may be in e-cigs. Now if I were an investigative journalist I think my first question would have to be what ingredient’s constitute the juice that is vaporised in an e-cig. The ingredients are by no means complicated consisting of only the two types of glycerol used, nicotine and a flavouring, all pharmaceutical grade. Chris had two months to ask that question but instead came up with the answer oil. The only reason this could have happened is because they wanted to link it in to the story of the poor man that died of a rare pneumonia where someone had linked it to a pneumonia not seen since the early industrial age in factory workers that inhaled atomised engine oil. If propylene glycol or glycerine were to blame for this pneumonia why havent we see this more in the factories of our food and medicine industries that use both of these ingredients in large quantities that must be being breathed in by factory workers and also in asthmatics that use inhalers that have propylene glycol in them, you would think they would be at extra risk. Chris also said something very interesting when questioned about the similarities of quantities of toxins present in nrt’s compared to e-cigs, he avoided the question or seemed not to know of the relation, (again strange seeing as he had two months to investigate these facts and the W.H.O were stating that e-cigs should become nrt’s) but then went on to say that he thought that it would be better for everyone when e-cigs were put under the banner and control of medicine. That to me sounds like he has already made his mind up, or has been heavily influenced by the World health organisation. I think the show was aimed at none smokers who are more likely to say yes e-cigs should be heavily regulated and as I have heard none smokers state that cigarettes are regulated. Even though they contain up to four thousand cancer causing chemicals and lung clogging tar. The woman that appeared on the show horrified that an e-cig add was on the radio as she drove the kids to school was bizarre, how did they find her. Things like that in the show to do with the advertising tie suspiciously in to early statements from the Brussels directive that e-cigarettes promote smoking. desperate words when nothing else could be found to attack vaping on. This whole charade in my opinion is nothing more than an aggressive take over bid by big pharmaceutical and big tobacco. Wall street some time ago announced that the big pharmaceuticals were not coming up with any new big selling drugs and were reliant almost solely on developing new vaccines. The e-cig market must be looking very tempting too them, and we have done all the marketing for them already. The tobacco industry as was shown in the show are already branching into the e-cig market. We are swimming in the sea with sharks now, don’t underestimate the tactics that will be used by these giant corporations that have been practised in getting rid of competition for longer than living memory and also don’t forget that they own or advertise on much of the media that will be putting out shows like the rise of e-cigs. Watch everything twice and try to see the psychology hidden within and how it might be viewed by a none vaping audience.
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