I passed an empty stop with a cigarette. The stench from the cleaning lady overshadowed my smoke ... Her shout about "NOT POSITIVE!" "DO NOT!" "VIOLATE!" suggests that we must not fight WIND MILLS.
What rights? Smoking in bars, cafes and other public places? As a smoker, I myself support these laws. It's hard to imagine how disgusting it used to be to sit in the smoke. And no one has taken away the right to smoke from you - smoke wherever you want and where it is not prohibited. Otherwise, the rights of non-smokers are violated.
Non-smokers do not like tobacco smoke, they can be understood. Although I believe that people constantly spoil each other's lives, this is their main right. No one will forbid my neighbor, a degenerate from above, to constantly throw and drop something throughout the day, no one will forbid the cattle under the window to swear and laugh loudly, just as no one will forbid me to stand at the bus stop and smoke. Leo is against and other trash, as well as valiant police officers, of course, they can get fucked up, but here the forces are not equal, although if they force you to put out a cigarette once, it does not prevent you from smoking the next.
What other "rights of smokers"? For some reason, it is nicotine addicts who most often believe that their illness is some kind of problem of public importance, which gives them some rights and privileges. What about the rights of alcoholics? Has anyone forgotten about the rights of kleptomaniacs?
Nicotine addicts have the same rights as other citizens. They can do whatever they want, as long as it doesn't disturb others. Sitting on a drug and not being treated is their personal choice. It is strange that they expect society to provide a certain "right" to consume their drug wherever and whenever they please, all the more at the cost of violating the rights of other members of society.
What to do?