Lovely relaxed attitude to cigarettes: While the health hysteria is wreaking havoc throughout Norway, Morten at 37 years of age from Bergen has a wonderfully relaxed relationship with that tobacco. He smokes 60-70 cigarettes every day and enjoys every single smoke. Now he warns others against what he experiences as silly health propaganda that is only for the authorities to be charged more fees

Smoking is not dangerous?

Morten Vattlo, 37 years old, has since decided to start smoking at the age of 16 smoked over 60 cigarettes every single day. He believes that cigarettes are not harmful to health at all and encourages more people to use tobacco as a remedy.

Has smoked for 21 years

Morten has since he dropped out of 1 year of high school smoking over 60 cigarettes every day. He tells himself that he is almost never spoiled and that he generally feels in good shape. He believes cigarettes are nowhere near harmful to health and that it is the government’s tax policy that underlies the extensive and negative publicity the cigarettes receive. “When I hardly do anything but smoke cigarettes every day, it goes without saying that it is not harmful to health,” he says and continues; “It should also be a big danger that I cough and break something violently BEFORE the first smoke of the morning, but as soon as I have smoked 1-2 cigarettes the cough stops,” he concludes; “On this basis, one can conclude that smoking can actually help cough,” he says convincingly.

Lovely relaxed attitude to cigarettes: While the health hysteria is wreaking havoc throughout Norway, Morten at 37 years of age from Bergen has a wonderfully relaxed relationship with that tobacco. He smokes 60-70 cigarettes every day and enjoys every single smoke. Now he warns others against what he experiences as silly health propaganda that is only for the authorities to be charged more fees

Children should experience smoking

Furthermore, Morten can tell that despite his young age, he misses being a young smoker. He remembers well the first year he started smoking. He was part of something bigger he can tell. “We were a group that met and could talk about everything while we were smoking a lot,” he says. “This is no longer the case, today the young people sit and play video games alone without even trying to smoke cigarettes,” he said.

Children should experience smoking Furthermore, Morten can tell that despite his young age, he misses being a young smoker. He remembers well the first year he started smoking. He was part of something bigger he can tell. “We were a group that met and could talk about everything while we were smoking a lot,” he says.

“This is no longer the case, today the young people sit and play video games alone without even trying to smoke cigarettes,”

he said. “Had it not been for the government’s stupid health propaganda, a number of more youths would have guaranteed smoking and in that way, they could have a slightly cooler and more rewarding youth than they are experiencing today,” he concludes somewhat despairingly. Morten is now 37 years old and disabled but can assure TheHoppler that this has nothing to do with his extensive cigarette smoking. “No, it has nothing to do with smoking,” he says, explaining that the reason for his disability is that he suffered a lung disease early in life due to air pollution at the Gol cabin.

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