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Make Your Red Poppy White!

Wear a white poppy for peace. It's easy.

1. Take apart a red poppy by removing the black center and pin

2. Place white card stock over the red poppy and cut it into a circle using the red poppy as your guide to match the shape.

3. Make a few creases in your white poppy to look like petals

4. Re-attach the black center and pin. Done!

November, 2013


Q: Why do we wear poppies, what do they symbolize and what should we be remembering on November 11 exactly?

A: The answer is - Human sacrifice for profit. Instead of wearing a bloody red war poppy, wear a white one for peace all year long.

One thing we need to remember on November 11 is that our tax dollars support the World’s #1 Narco-Poppy State. Afghanistan.

Drug trafficking is the largest global money maker after the oil and arms trade. 9/11 was the "inside job" excuse for America's October 2001 invasion of Aghanistan. Any guesses about what happened right after the invasion? The opium markets were restored and opium prices spiraled!

By early 2002, the domestic price of opium in Afghanistan was almost 10 times higher than in 2000.” The Guardian reported that, “in 2007 Afghanistan had more land growing drugs than Colombia, Bolivia and Peru combined.”


Michel Chossudovsky describes the heroin trade as a “hierarchy of prices,” with the drug’s street price at 80 to 100 times the price paid to the farmers who cultivate it in Afghanistan. The IMF reported that in the late 1990s, money laundering accounted for 2-5% of the world’s GDP, and that a large percentage of the 590 billion to 1.5 trillion dollars in annual money laundering is “directly linked to the trade in narcotics.”

This lucrative trade in narcotics produces profits which are “laundered in the numerous offshore banking havens in Switzerland, Luxembourg, the British Channel Islands, the Cayman Islands and some 50 other locations around the globe.” These offshore havens “are controlled by major Western banks and financial institutions” which “have a vested interest in maintaining and sustaining the drug trade.”

An example of the interest of Wall Street and London bankers in the international drug trade, we can look to Colombia and the FARC rebel group. In “1999, NYSE Chairman Dick Grasso traveled to Colombia and met with the leader of the FARC rebels controlling the southern third of the country.” “Grasso had asked the Colombian rebels to invest their profits in Wall Street.” The Associated Press reported that Grasso told the rebel leader to, “make peace and expect great economic benefits from global investors,” and invited the rebel leader to visit Wall Street. To allow for drug investment in Western financial institutions, “major banks like Citigroup, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, and JPMorgan Chase all offer private client services for the very wealthy with very few questions asked.”

It is not surprising that opioid and opiate medication abuse is on the rise because people can easily get such drugs online without a prescription, not to mention the fact that heroin continues to flow into the country despite the War on Drugs.

In 2007, 92% of the non-pharmaceutical-grade opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan.This amounts to an export value of about $4 billion, with a quarter being earned by opium farmers and the rest going to district officials, insurgents, warlords, and drug traffickers. In the seven years (1994–2000) prior to a Taliban opium ban, the Afghan farmers' share of gross income from opium was divided among 200,000 families.In addition to opiates, Afghanistan is also the largest producer of cannabis (mostly as hashish) in the world.


Wear a WHITE anti-war POPPY even if it causes predictable outrage from the red war poppy campaigners.

"Young people don't want to celebrate war," says Celyn Dufayas. He and fellow students launched a campaign to distribute white poppies. "We want to work for peace."

Wars and revolutions are manufactured for profit by the power elite. Duped soldiers are their cannon fodder.

The contrived war in Afghanistan was about opium. The wars in Iraq and Libya were about oil. The war in Syria is about the long-planned US-Israeli agenda of destabilizing, disarming and occupying Syria as a strategic zone for war with Iran.

All of these wars that soldiers have died for have nothing to do with freedom. Quite the opposite. They are about money, land and resource grabs. 9/11 was an "inside job" to justify the rape and pillage of the middle east.


Where was the very first Armistice Day held? Where else? At the headquarters of the psychopaths who rule from the shadows... Fuckingham Palace. This set the trend for a day of Remembrance for decades to come. What are we remembering exactly? Human sacrifice for profit.

After World War II, the name of the holiday was changed to Veterans Day in the United States and to Remembrance Day in the Queen's British conquered Commonwealth of Nations where she is the HEAD OF STATE to this day.




Michel Chossudovsky, Op cit, page 230

Michael C. Ruppert, Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil. New Society Publishers: Canada, 2004: Page 57

[28] CBS MarketWatch, NYSE's Grasso met with Colombia's FARC. AP: June 29, 1999: http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/-nyses-grasso-met-colombias/


[29] Michael C. Ruppert, Op cit, page 61

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