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Democracy: How everyone can become a politically effective voice for Vaping
If political regulation is concerned with the regulation of e-cigarettes, there are usually two main questions.
- Firstly - are e-cigarettes less harmful to health than tobacco cigarettes?
- Secondly - can e-cigarette smokers help successfully combat their nicotine dependency?
If both questions are clearly answered with 'yes', there is absolutely no reason to regulate e-cigarettes as strictly as tobacco cigarettes - if at all. In the coming years, hundreds of millions of euros will be spent on studies that will finally answer these questions and provide the empirical basis for an intelligent and efficient social treatment of electrical cigarettes.
From a health and scientific point of view, this approach is understandable. For almost every steamboat worldwide, however, it is a farce. Everyone, but absolutely every smoker without a single exception, who has successfully and completely switched to e-cigarettes after years of consumption of one or two boxes a day, has learned on his own that this change improves the quality of life essential (and existentially). Of course, this does not mean that the conversion is successful for every person or that the relapse rate is equal to zero. The fact is, however, that if you become a steamer and before you were a smoker, your vitality and energy and all your medical probabilities are given back to your life.
The changes in health, well-being, libido and condition that are absolutely measurable and writable in every individual case are facts. These are the facts that must be available to the EU and other health care institutions in order to make a balanced and constructive decision on the production and delivery of e-cigarettes. To the greater part of understandably insecure physicians and the power of the tobacco lobbies, these collective reports of experience would have to stand as an unmistakable, non-discriminatory, argumentative wall. Unfortunately, however, they are not yet doing so because the above-mentioned studies are only in their early stages.
But there are ways to be heard. It is not just about advocating our own interest to continue to steam freely, freely and freely, in the future. It is also about the exercise of a bourgeois basic right, namely to communicate in a democratic process one's own will, born out of experience, and thus actively determine the social climate of the system in which one lives. For this, it needs representations - because the individual voice is naturally too quiet to be heard in the white noise of the corridors filled with lobbyists. The interest community E-Vaping It is an association whose purpose is to represent the interests of the VAPERS in EU. Politics is often an ugly, but in any case a potentially abstract business. Numbers are being negotiated, statistics are juggling, and unfortunately, in many cases, a bloated law apparatus which serves the interests of less and has reached the lowest common denominator. But in fact, politics is about people to fate, to experiences, to life values. And the e-cigarette is one of the revolutionary, technological achievements of the last ten years, which can make the life of one billion people a lot more life-worth. We need people who are already to turn their experiences into a politically effective weapon.