President Trump, bring back smoking freedom in America as Nigel Farage would do for UK

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The prohibition of indoor smoking as a popular and free activity which could have also remained free has recently become an international standard for every country thus abandoning free and improvised recreation from places of entertainment and social life with which it is also associated.

However democratically as it will appear that this decision was made it remains every individual's right to be able to smoke at their own space and time which is censored and criticised by legislation as non-existent and those concerned who are directly affected have not been made part of a decision as they would to comprehensively post preventative signs in the general environment under legislative support.

Democratic decisions nevertheless do not by definition rely on a unanamous sacrifice on any of the common rights that were awarded collectively to be taken away retrospectively in the name of the same medium of the same decision that was made by others in another way. Equal and common rights must to the contrary prevail all laws by whom they must be guaranteed and protected rather than being legislatively defined within themselves and smoking being constituted into a right is not intended to be defined by a punishable event under a democratic rule and constitution.

It consequently remains as unfortunate an event whereby persecution and policing of citizens are maintained by smoking bans over what no one deserve to be held accountable via imposition of direct expectations and an immediate standard of all citizens against the law which hold no essence of priority. Obviously smoking is expectedly abandoned where there is an immediately related reason or another direct need involved and not where possible under the same law as the right to smoke can be restricted by rules and be respected by all laws.

Under similar perspective we would ask from President Donald Trump as being a close companion with leader and campaigner Nigel Farage who supports the same for his country and in more general terms to bring back smoking freedom to the United States at a reasonable extent for everyone so that owners of public places of congregation such as restaurants or bars and cafés will be capable of deciding about house rules which will apply to their properties without defining smoking as an offence or punishable event.



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