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Monday, 20 September 2010

While I have a moment. I just couldn't resist

The Filthy Engineer has an update on the Ciggy Busters story.

Phil Johnson, chairman of Freedom to Choose, the largest pro-choice organisation in the country, described the project as "highly irresponsible".
He said: "The whole thing was a totally, utterly, ridiculous stunt aimed at a minority faction of 25 per cent and it is sending out the wrong message to kids.
"It is the victimisation of a minority group. Whether we want to smoke or not is a freedom of choice."
Mr Johnson, 59, who has smoked since he was 10 years old, added: "What you can see on the video are hordes of young people charging at other people."
He said the film suggests: "That it is all right to run round the street attacking people that are doing something they don't like. It is not sending a very good impression to the youth of today.
"The disgusting thing about it is A Better Medway have been part funding the thing. What did they want to fund – civil unrest?"
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Thank you everyone for your kind remarks and thoughts on last Fridays post.

3 comments:

The Filthy Engineer said...

I'm surprised I didn't find this article earliar.

handymanphil said...

Thank you John, I feel honoured that you came out of retirement to present this report. :)

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