We vapers can not judge Brein-Karlsen and the government. But history will. The research and evidence is already on the table for those who can read. NDS and vaping has in just a few years helped more people away from tobacco than the state and NRT have managed in twenty years. This must be painful for Brein-Karlsen, since she resorts to such vileness in her post.Thanks for that one Kjetil, describes the situation perfectly! A big part of the problem is public health officials, politicians and tobacco control feeling threatened because e-cigs have come along solving the problem they've used 20 years of their career to solve... and it wasn't even their idea. In a way the e-cigarette debate will show us who's in this to help others... and who's in it for their own fame and fortune.
Friday, 6 November 2015
The e-cigarette debate in Norway continues: People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
continuing their efforts to educate our politicians after Cecilie Brein-Karlsen from FRP tried to defend their proposal on minervanett.no. Brein-Karlsen has again answered on minervanett.no, accusing NDS for lack of knowledge about EEA, law and even vaping. Pretty much the same as her first one. (If you're using google translate to read it, replace "Knowledge Solved" with "Ignorance" and it will make a bit more sense). Brein-Karlsens arrogance in this case seems to be without limits. But people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. A lot of people have commented on the article, NDS among them, basically tearing her article apart pointing out that Brein-Karlsen is the one with a serious lack of knowledge in this debate. I just have to translate something from the comments, written by Kjetil Aakenes: