Remembrance Day: Why I’ll Wear a Dandelion Instead of a Red Poppy

Dandelion

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Dandelion Salad

Stop the War Coalition on May 24, 2016

“Dandelions” written and sung by Steve O’Donoghue

And when he saw them marching up Whitehall
I remember what old Arthur said
He said the donkeys are all wearing poppies
So I shall wear dandelions instead

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from the archives:

Memorial Day Crocodile Tears from Those Who Create Wars by Walter Brasch

Abby Martin: 100 Years of US Troops as Lab Rats

Don’t Enlist, But Don’t Just Take My Word For It by Lo

Dead Poppies: When Remembrance Becomes Militarism by Lesley Docksey

A Modern Example of National Madness by Henry Pelifian

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