The Nixon-Peace sign is used as a symbol for peace in Australia, and as a national symbol, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.In its official definition of the sign, the OCHA defines the symbol as a flag or banner with a cross and a vertical line across it.The OCHA describes the sign as an "icon of peace" that "is displayed on every corner of Austra...
A peace lolly plant is often planted on the site of the peace sign in peace gardens, but some people think the peace lollies are actually a peace sign.
A post on the peace garden subreddit has gained more than 3,500 views and more than 4,000 comments, calling for an investigation into whether or not the plants are peace signs.
Some people believe the plants have the word peace written on them and are meant to convey peace.
But others think they’re just decorative and are just trying to attract attention.
“It just goes to show you there is so much negativity out there.
You have to have some hope,” one person wrote.”
I would never do that to a peace plant, but I would never put them anywhere else,” another person said.”
Peace lilies have been used for peace signs all over the world,” said another user.”
Why are they called peace lillies if they are just decorative?
I don’t think they should be.”
But the subreddit’s moderators said they don’t believe the peace signs are a peace symbol.
“That is all we are saying,” said one of the moderators.
“I think it is a bit much for us to ask.”
The subreddit was set up by a user who called himself “sugar,” who said he was “trying to bring a little bit of joy” to the subreddit.
The subreddit has received thousands of posts, but moderators said it’s not all positive.
Some users are claiming the plants were planted to “promote peace and unity.”
“The ‘peace lillie’ was planted to promote the peace between the UK and the United States, but its not really a peace thing at all,” one user wrote.