Recently, in Chilliwack, British Columbia, a community one hundred kilometers due east of Vancouver on Canada’s west coast, a whole field of chamomile flowers has been discovered. They have also been spotted along country roads and freeways and appear to be spreading toward the eastern provinces. Chamomile, of course, is Russia’s national flower, widely considered just an adorable and humble little bloom, but now thought to be something very sinister.
The name comes from the Greek and means “earth apple,” and should not be confused with a genuinely humble “road apple.” It is no coincidence that Vancouver is directly across the Pacific Ocean from Poronaysk on Russia’s Sakhalin Island. Nor is it a coincidence that they are both port cities, and, along with Chilliwack, just north of the forty-ninth parallel. Chamomile has also been detected in the US.
This is where things get spooky. Masters of espionage, the Russians conceal their real intention with chamomile by calling it something completely different, “ромашка,” a cute and innocent-sounding word pronounced “romashka.” Camomile tea the Russians call “ромашковый чай,” which they pronounce “romashkovyy chay.”
They have used chamomile for hundreds of years, not just for the blissful aromatic flavor of the tea, and for decoration and celebration, but also for its medicinal properties in treating numerous conditions, relevantly here, anxiety and emotional stress. Chamomile is widely recognized as helping people to relax and even producing restful sleep. In Canada and the US, however, we must not be lulled; we must never relax or fall into a baby-like sleep. We cannot be calm. We must stay tense. We must maintain our social, racial, political and economic tension. Our military depends on it. Media depend on it. Children depend on it. The deep state depends on it. The shallow state depends on it. The money standard depends on it. Our way of life depends on it. Our adversarial relationships, especially with Russia, depend on it. The whole free world depends on it.
We all know what the Russians are up to and the lengths they will go to with their olive branches and balms, their спокойствие and their мир. If anyone finds a chamomile flower, they should not pick it, eat it or make tea out of it. It should be reported immediately and kept at a safe distance.