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    Notchilous ladyrastafari's Avatar ladyrastafari is offline
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    Remember the smoking baby...

    that allyuh say WASN'T a baby? well.. i guess y'all are wrong..

    First shocking pictures of smoking toddler Ardi Rizal | The Sun |News
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    Some licks haffi share! PON THE ADULTS THAT GIVE THIS CHILD CIGARETTES!

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    for real eh.. and the father talkin bout he lookin healthy! smh
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyrastafari View Post
    for real eh.. and the father talkin bout he lookin healthy! smh
    brb
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    SMH.

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    JAKARTA, Indonesia - A video of smoking toddler is sparking outrage on the web. When the clip of 2-year-old Sumatran Ardi Rizal puffing away surfaced on YouTube Wednesday, it spread to online social media like, well, fire. Popular blog Gawker linked to the smoking baby video, calling him "totally cooler than you." But user Faldo777's response was the more typical response: "His parents should be jailed ..."

    In fact, his parents say Rizal throws a tantrum when they refuse to give him a cigarette. His father gave him his first smoke when he was just 18 months old.

    The smoking toddler was witnessed by a reporter who recently visited his home in the fishing village of Musi Banyuasin, in Indonesia's South Sumatra province.

    "I'm not worried about his health, he looks healthy," shrugged the boy's father Mohammad Rizal. "He cries and throws tantrums when we don't let him smoke. He's addicted."

    Rizal isn't the first smoking youngster caught on tape. In March, a video of a 4-year-old Indonesian boy blowing smoke rings appeared briefly on YouTube, prompting outcries before it was removed from the site.

    Disturbing trend
    Ardi's youth is the extreme of a disturbing trend in Indonesia. Data from the Central Statistics Agency showed 25 percent of Indonesian children ages 3-to-15 have tried cigarettes, with 3.2 percent of those active smokers.

    The percentage of 5- to 9-year-olds lighting up increased from 0.4 percent in 2001 to 2.8 percent in 2004, the agency reported.

    Child advocates are speaking out about the health damage to children from secondhand smoke, and the growing pressure on them to pick up a cigarette in a country where one-third of the population uses tobacco and single cigarettes can be bought for a few cents.

    Seto Mulyadi, chairman of Indonesia's child protection commission, blames the increase on aggressive advertising and parents who are smokers.

    "A law to protect children and passive smokers should be introduced immediately in this country," he said.

    A health law passed in 2009 formally recognizes that smoking is addictive, and an anti-smoking coalition is pushing for tighter restrictions on smoking in public places, advertising bans and bigger health warnings on cigarette packages.

    But a bill on tobacco control has been stalled because of opposition from the tobacco industry. The bill would ban cigarette advertising and sponsorship, prohibit smoking in public, and add graphic images to packaging.

    Benny Wahyudi, a senior official at the Industry Ministry, said the government had initiated a plan to try to limit the number of smokers, including dropping production to 240 billion cigarettes this year, from 245 billion in 2009.

    "The government is aware of the impact of smoking on health and has taken efforts, including lowering cigarette production, increasing its tax and limiting smoking areas," he said.

    Mulyadi said a ban on advertising is key to putting the brakes on child and teen smoking. "If cigarette advertising is not banned, there will be more kids whose lives are threatened because of smoking," he said.

    Ubiquitous advertising hit a bump last month when a cigarette company was forced to withdraw its sponsorship of pop star Kelly Clarkson's concert following protests from fans and anti-tobacco groups.

    However, imposing a nonsmoking message will be difficult in Indonesia, the world's third-largest tobacco consumer.

    Tubagus Haryo Karbyanto, a member of the National Commission of Tobacco Control, said Indonesia must also address the social conditions that lead to smoking, such as family influence and peer pressure.
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    this shit is bananas though.. who gives a baby a cigarette?? indonesians do apparently..
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    when america started cracking down on cigarettes, and when smoking being socially frowned upon was more wide spread, the cigarette companies started focusing their energies on foreign markets.. some parts of the world damn near everybody smokes
    the healthy man does not torture others - generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.

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    damn dats sad


    buh it loooks funny though

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    Anybody else find that cute?

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    hilarious....dem should try gih him some ganja next

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    Quote Originally Posted by optimizm View Post
    Anybody else find that cute?

    you find it cute??
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    One thing I notice when looking at different documentaries is that American in particular like to set their standards as ideal and if anybody who does something different its appalling...

    If a parent is doing something socially acceptable and decides that their child can do it to I don't see what is so disturbing about it.

    I am totally against cigarette smoking but if a father is a smoker and he chooses to model his child after him what is so taboo about that?

    to those that missed it I said "socially acceptable."

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    is that a child? I dont know what to call that

    he swinging he foot like every thing all good, lmaooooo

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    parents woulda geh lock up long time if they were here
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