President Trump, bring back smoking freedom in America as Nigel Farage would do for UK
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The prohibition of smoking in all places indoors, being a popular and free activity which should have remained free, has recently become an international standard for every country abandoning this form of recreation from places of entertainment and social life where it particularly adjusts to.
However democratically as it appears that this decision was made it still remains every individual's right to practise their pastime at their own space and time that is being criticised by legislation as non-existent while the people who are directly affected have not yet been made part of the decision to generally post a preventative sign in any other way while democratic decisions do not by definition rely on the unanamous sacrifice of any of the common rights that have been awarded collectively to be taken away retrospectively in the name of the same medium of the same decision that was made in any other way by someone else.
Reason for this is that equal rights must prevail all laws and not be explicitly defined by legislation as smoking freely is a right that is much similar to and synonym to freedom itself which is not intended to be defined as a punishable event under any democratic rule or constitution.
In addition to this it remains an unfortunate event that the persecution as well as the policing of each citizen are promoted by smoking bans for events that no one deserve to be held accountable for via the imposition of direct expectations and an immediate standard of all citizens against the law which hold no essence of priority. It is evident that smoking is expected to be abandoned where there is an immediate reason or a direct need involved but not everywhere where possible under the same law leaving it clear that the right to smoke can be restricted by rules and be respected by all laws.
We ask from President Trump under similar perspective as also being close companion to campaigner and leader 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 are capable of deciding about the house rules that apply to their property without defining smoking most dismissively as an offence or a punishable event and without submitting their businesses to the legislation of the poorest ethical value for the respect of the rights of other people.
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