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The ingre­di­ents inside a cig­a­rette read like a long list of things you don’t want to put in your body. There are ingre­di­ents found in nail pol­ish remover, hair dye, rat poi­son, and rub­ber cement mix. All told, there are about 600 ingre­di­ents inside a cig­a­rette, so it’s hard to believe that any­one would believe a cigarette-​makers claim that their cig­a­rettes are “all nat­ural.” But, accord­ing to a class-​action law­suit filed against Amer­i­can Spirit cig­a­rette maker Santa Fe Nat­ural Tobacco Com­pany and its par­ent, Reynolds Amer­i­can Inc, that’s exactly the case.



(webmaster’s com­ment) Let me tell you as a smoker of Amer­i­can Spirit tobacco that there is a world of dif­fer­ence between smok­ing tobacco with­out all the addi­tives com­pared to the stuff that many cigarette-​maker’ s put on the mar­ket for human consumption.

The class-​action suit was filed by Joules Sproule in the U.S. Dis­trict Court for the South­ern Dis­trict of Florida. It falls back on warn­ings from the Food and Drug Admin­is­tra­tion (FDA) that state using words like “nat­ural” and “additive-​free” in the pro­mo­tion of cig­a­rettes is against fed­eral law. The plain­tiff claims that the cig­a­rette maker used this mar­ket­ing strat­egy to delib­er­ately mis­lead smok­ers into think­ing that their cig­a­rette prod­ucts are a health­ier option when com­pared to other tobacco prod­ucts.

(webmaster’s com­ment) We live in a coun­try where telling the truth is a rev­o­lu­tion­ary act. If this were not a set-​up or I should say hit job, there would be no case as it is com­mon for the FDA (as other fed­eral agency) to brake down your establishment’s doors in order to stop pro­duc­tion. After they are done they repair your door and place a new lock on the door, but you will not get a key!


Indeed, the Santa Fe web­site sup­ports Sproule’s claims, say­ing, “ Nat­ural Amer­i­can Spirit prod­ucts are made with 100 per­cent additive-​free tobacco and include 13 cig­a­rette styles and four roll-​your-​own styles,” the site says. These words have allegedly been a part of Santa Fe’s mar­ket­ing strat­egy since the com­pany was founded more than 30 years ago.

(webmaster’s com­ment) In other words the class-​action law­suit filed against Amer­i­can Spirit cig­a­rette is not because of what is in the prod­uct as you can see by the first few lines in this story. A com­pany can put any­thing in a prod­uct as long as you don’t know about it! The bot­tom line here is “IS IT TRUE”, ARE THERE ANY ADDI­TIVES (Also I petty sure with out look­ing that the word “allegedly” is not in the com­ment on that web­site, so why did he use it?)

Sproule’s law­suit, how­ever, notes that while over­all sales of cig­a­rettes in the U.S. dropped 17 per­cent between 2009 and 2014, sales of Amer­i­can Spirit cig­a­rettes grew more than 86 per­cent. The suit is seek­ing dam­ages to all those who use Amer­i­can Spirit cig­a­rettes on the basis that they were deceived into think­ing the cig­a­rettes were a health­ier alter­na­tive.

(webmaster’s com­ment) This shows what a word of mouth mar­ket­ing strat­egy can do when the claims are true. You might expect me to say that this law­suit is com­ing from one or all of the other cig­a­rettes pro­duc­ers. But I would say that we should look at the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal indus­trial com­plex. Because they stand to lose the most if peo­ple are not using expen­sive pro­ce­dures such as chemother­apy.

Using words like “additive-​free,” “nat­ural,” and “organic” are decep­tive in today’s mar­ket, espe­cially for those who are try­ing to be health­ier and more envi­ron­men­tally con­scious, the law­suit argues. What’s more, the law­suit states that Santa Fe takes advan­tage exploits the idea of health­i­ness by sell­ing its cig­a­rettes in health food stores.

(webmaster’s com­ment)This is right out of George Orwell’s book 1984. Basi­cally the class-​action law­suit against Amer­i­can Spirit is for gain­ing an advan­tage in the mar­ket place by telling the truth. (on a side note) Many peo­ple claim that the gov­ern­ment will soon take social secu­rity away from the peo­ple because of the ris­ing national debt which can be seen mount­ing on the lower right side of this post. I say they don’t have to take it away if they can get you to kill your­self in one of the many ways they have pro­vided

Santa Fe made no com­ment on the mat­ter other than to say it is attempt­ing to meet with the FDA to dis­cuss its mar­ket­ing strat­egy.

(webmaster’s com­ment)This is not sur­pris­ing as any­thing they say will be twisted by the major media!

Though it might seem shock­ing that peo­ple believe a cig­a­rette maker’s claims of nat­ural or organic cig­a­rettes, research has found that peo­ple are still in the dark when it comes to what’s inside their cig­a­rettes, thanks in part to decep­tive mar­ket­ing. The FDA has also been aware of these mar­ket­ing strate­gies for some time now and has warned that cig­a­rette labels can be mis­lead­ing.

(webmaster’s com­ment)Thanks to the FDA (Fed­eral Death Admin­is­tra­tion) peo­ple are still in the dark when it comes to what’s inside their food! THE NAME MON­SANTO COMES TO MIND. At lease their are con­sis­tent, they don’t want you to know (good or bad) what you are ingest­ing into your body

“The FDA’s job is to ensure tobacco prod­ucts are not mar­keted in a way that leads con­sumers to believe cig­a­rettes with descrip­tors like ‘additive-​free’ and ‘nat­ural’ pose fewer health risks than other cig­a­rettes, unless the claims have been sci­en­tif­i­cally sup­ported,” said Mitch Zeller, direc­tor of the FDA’s Cen­ter for Tobacco Prod­ucts, in August after the FDA issued warn­ing let­ters to three com­pa­nies, includ­ing Santa Fe. “This action is a mile­stone and a reminder how we use the tools of science-​based reg­u­la­tion to pro­tect the U.S. pub­lic from the harm­ful effects of tobacco use.”

(webmaster’s com­ment) If all things were equal then the Amer­i­can Spirit cor­po­ra­tion could just do their own study in order to com­ply whit the (so-​called) science-​based reg­u­la­tion as Mon­santo is allowed to do! Also the harm­ful effects are not from tobacco but all the addi­tive men­tion at the start of this post. which is why the can­cer rate before the 30’s was almost non exis­tent. Smok­ing is not new but the effects are.

In clos­ing I want to say that I have not made any stud­ies other than observ­ing the effects on my own body. Here are some of the things I am no longer plague with.

1. I no longer get crav­ings to smoke on the hour. Which I believe to be caused by adding sugar to tobacco prod­ucts.

2 I no longer get pains in my side if I attempt to run more than few yards.

3 I no longer get short­ness of breath from phys­i­cal exertion.

In the end the party will announce that 2+2 made 5, and you would have to believe it! It was inevitable that they would make that claim sooner or later the logic of their rea­son­ing demanded it. Not merely the valid­ity of expe­ri­ence but the very exis­tence of exter­nal real­ity was tac­itly denied by their phi­los­o­phy. The heresy of heresy was com­mon sense and what was ter­ri­fy­ing was not that they would kill you for think­ing other wise, but that they might be right! After all how do we know that two and two make four or that the force of grav­ity works or that the past is unchange­able? If the past and the exter­nal con­di­tions exist only in the mind and the mind is con­trol­lable, what then?
Gorge Orwell 1984

This hack job was writ­ten by Steve Smith (Web­mas­ter com­ments added after the fact)

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