It's an interesting concept and I can understand their position. There is an extremely high percentage of people who smoke, especially young kids. It's worrying. So I can understand where their heart is. However, the idea that we can effectively neuter our culture and people of their freedom and ability to make a choice is more concerning. It's again, a horrible destructively numb blurry method that only fortifies these methods as being superior in the range of possibilities. Effectively it is saying that society is too weak to inform and connect with people, especially teenagers/young adults. It also suggests that it is not possible to educate individuals of our society so they can mature as free thinkers who are aware and can actively look after themselves. It's aggressive, and authoritative in you needing to be looked after. Which is entirely incorrect. We have this issue today, it's something we need to evolve out of. Where we cannot, are the areas we need to effectively connect with in order to nurture the issue so people feel comfortable enough to look after their lives. Maybe so that people care more about their futures and are not so stuck in the moment or short term. It's a social issue, and you don't permanently blanket people from a choice like this. It does a disservice to those individuals, and puts them "Under the wing of the government" which is a fucking stupid thing to do. Ps. If someone chooses to smoke, and they know the issues... that's their choice. It's your body, it's your life, it's your choice. The main issues are the pressures, be it social circles to society pulls, or stress reliefe. All bi-products of something else primarily. I agree it's a deadly serious issue, but I am shocked by the approach. JMO. It's an interesting read in anycase.