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Most of the Smokers Are Dangerous Beings And Should Be Treated As 3rd Class Beings Throughout The World

It's clearly written on the packets SMOKING IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH yet they smoke. Their bodies which is a holy temple is on fire. Smoking kills but some of these mental idiots are giving second hand smoking to people who do not smoke.

Smoking must be banned in as many places as possible eventually phasing it out.

Smokers need treatment in rehabilitation centres and must be treated as 3rd class beings in all the countries.

If smokers go to doctors the doctors must refer them to rehabitalitation centres.

Most smokers do not give a damn about other people so they should treated the same way.

Watch video on harm of smoking 

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http://www2.suprememastertv.com/en1/v/46200195970.html

Some smokers lungs black as charcoal 

The best thing is to keep well away from smokers.. doesn't matter how educated or rich they are...the right place for them is rehabitalitation centres for they need to SHAPE UP OR SHIP OUT 

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