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Canada’s Remembrance Day is on November 11 each year. The theme is always represented with Canadians wearing a red poppy on their lapel.

The red remembrance poppy has become a familiar emblem of Remembrance Day due to the poem In Flanders Fields. These poppies bloomed across some of the worst battlefields of Flanders in World War I, their brilliant red colour became a symbol for the blood spilled in the war.


London put out ceramic poppies to represent each of the men who died during the war. Blood Red Poppies flowed from windows and over walls to represent the death of those who served during WW1.

Take note of the number 888,246 deaths.


Tower of London Poppies

A major art installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London, marking one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, 888,246 ceramic poppies have filled the Tower’s famous moat this summer. Each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war.

More Information about the Tower of London


This exhibition is only based on those men who died in from Britain not mentioning the sea of blood that would have covered most of the city of London if all those who died in the crowns name had been represented in poppies.


Large Hand Made Poppies to Represent Each Soul Who Died in WW1. 888.246 in total


This is only World War 1 and only British Troops . Can you imagine if they showed all wars and men.


On November 11, 2014 it is our duty to remind Canada, during our Remembrance Day Celebrations, that Canada has been an intricate part of abuses now predominating in many governments today while also pushing the New World Order Agenda forward. Governments exist based on the threat of force lest we remember that many criminal elements have been, and still are, engrained in our history and remain within our governments.


All placed in the surrounding moat, where once the sewage from the Castle flowed.

We Canadians, who are a part of Max Resistance, make no claim of disrespect to those who served so valiantly in past wars for the inherent rights and privileges of a free and open society, proclaimed by God himself. Lest we forget our rights and privileges are not ordained by Government, nor church, but by our individually chosen creator. They are proclaimed to us as human beings, created in his own image and that we are all entitled to them. We honor those who fought against dictatorship, unjust laws and the enslavement of man by another. We are aware freedom is not free and many have given their lives in the fight they believed to be for the betterment of future generations. However, those who have fought for the right to produce narcotics for large corporations, accumulate land for its natural resources (at the price of innocent lives), as well those who condone torture to any end deserve no respect or support. We ask you to remember what it was they fought for in the past unconventional wars while pushing on our nation’s trough lies and deceptions. We do not honor those who approved mistreatment’s and dissolved the Geneva Convention, which bestowed humane treatment while in custody. For this reason, the military establishment and politicians deserve no respect from citizens whom they falsely proclaim to fight for.

Lest we forget those who have come forward to reveal the misdeeds of illegal laws and rules put in place to steal our national identities, inalienable rights and freedoms by corrupt corporations and bought politicians. Lest we forget the individuals who bring government tyranny to light are the unsung heroes of today’s freedoms. We need to remember the history of those who fought for us in more ways than just with a firearm on the frontlines, as the new frontline is fought with language, pen and paper.

We encourage all those Canadians who are awake to the fact Canada is perpetrating False Flag Operations of propaganda on their people to please download and print the posters below and post them around your community and remembrance celebrations.

Lest We Forget:



poppy lest we forget




torture lest we forget







Lest We Forget the Empire was Built on Blood and Money from Opium Sales. That their form of population control is to create wars and destruction, to profit off the deaths of those who serve in order to fill their coffers with coin.

They have not forgotten, and enjoy the fact you revel in their agenda’s placed right in front of your face.



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