American vapers are familiar with Michael Bloomberg and his support for bans of flavored vaping products.

But Bloomberg and the tobacco control organizations he funds are even more active in other parts of the world, especially in countries willing to sacrifice their own autonomy in exchange for public health funding.

The Bloomberg model, as explained last year by Pro-Vapeo Mexico president Dr. Roberto Sussman, is to offer funding for tobacco control and other public health projects to cash-strapped low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), while insisting their governments adopt the kinds of restrictive policies the philanthropist and his minions desire. In the case of low-risk nicotine alternatives like vaping, that means top-down control, taxes and—preferably—bans.

Bloomberg Philanthropies funds a number of organizations that work internationally to restrict access to low-risk nicotine products…

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Jim McDonald – – March 16, 2021.

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