A group of Australians protesting against an increasingly inimical environment for people who smoke, have declared their intention to hold a smokers' rights conference in Bali in July 2010.
Angry at what is seen as an assault on personal liberties by anti-smoking advocates. The group also is organizing resistance to drinking bans and taxes on foods deemed unhealthy - all part of a larger effort to fight over-regulation and the loss of personal choice in how people conduct their daily lives enginnered by the Nanny State.
The group insists it is not pro-smoking, but rather pro-choice and pro-freedom.
Details on the July 2010 conference remain sketchy, but organizers are planning a five-day event with time for local tours of Bali.
More details to follow.
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