China to Public Officials: Stop Smoking in Hospitals and Schools

And any other public space with an "official" smoking ban

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China’s Communist Party has ordered its nicotine-loving public officials to set an example for the nation’s 300 million smokers by stubbing out their cigarettes before they enter schools, hospitals, buses and other places with, er, official smoking bans.

The common sense suggestions came from a Communist Party circular quoted by the state-owned Xinhua News Agency. The South China Morning Post reports that officials are also prohibited from smoking while on duty, purchasing cigarettes with state funds and displaying tobacco ads on state property.

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jefforsythe9
jefforsythe9

Now if the brutal CCP would only order its officials to stop torturing and murdering the tens of millions of innocent Falun Gong practitioners who live in Red China, that would be something.  Westerners have never been informed of the atrociites being committed because of corporate greed. As a matter of fact, the U.N. just appointed the blood-thirsty CCP a seat on its Human Rights Council. Absolutely shameful.