Tell Trump to Stop Threatening North Korea

Donald Trump claims he has no choice but to threaten North Korea with war.

Sign below to help educate him -- or at least the U.S. media and some of those around him.

Threatening to attack a nuclear-armed country is extremely reckless, as well as illegal, quite regardless of any flaws the country possesses.

North Korea has repeatedly offered to abandon its nuclear weapons program if the United States and South Korea would stop flying near North Korea practicing to bomb it.

North Korea has shown interest in developing a peace treaty with the South to finally end the Korean War.

North Korea adhered to an agreement to halt its nuclear weapons program right up until George W. Bush labeled it a member of an axis of evil and viciously attacked one of the other designated members, Iraq.

Peace is possible. We demand that the U.S. government stop pushing for war and work toward a peaceful solution.


201-225 of 22602 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
22402 1 year ago Vitus Lalonde Burnaby, BC , CA
22401 1 year ago Carrie Westcott Longmont, CO , US
22400 1 year ago Dawn Anderson McHenry, IL , US
22399 1 year ago Gary Grice Chicago, IL , US
22398 1 year ago Margaret S. Maurin Bryn Mawr, PA , US
22397 1 year ago Denise Romesburg Phoenix, AZ , US
22396 1 year ago Barbara O'Dea Port Jefferson, NY , US Attacking North Korea is not a solution, but a provocation. Besides its effects on South Korea, other nations, like China and Russia, will likely take sides. The people of the USA are not willing ...
22395 1 year ago Mark Edwards London, ot , GB I think that Trump and the American and British neocon warmongers want to destroy North Korea, Iran and Syria and then finally target Russia and China because they are independent nations who do not...
22394 1 year ago Kimberly Hart Advance, NC , US
22393 1 year ago Elizabeth Williams Easton, MD , US
22392 1 year ago Julia Mcmillon Bronx, NY , US
22391 1 year ago Joann Lowes Byrnes Mill, MO , US
22390 1 year ago Melodye Khattak Fremont, CA , US
22389 1 year ago Dmitry Tsvetkov Vancouver, BC , RU
22388 1 year ago Martha Spencer Brevard, NC , US
22387 1 year ago Arkady Vyatchanin Gainesville, FL , US
22386 1 year ago Arkady Vyatchanin Gainesville, FL , US
22385 1 year ago Anonymous Aston, PA , US
22384 1 year ago Loree St Claire Portland, OR , US A wise person would not harass a crazy person. Is the president of North Korea wise or is he crazy?
22383 1 year ago Michael Gregory MD Santa Fe, NM , US
22382 1 year ago Gary Grice Chicago, IL , US
22381 1 year ago Sierra Sanchez Kirkland, WA , US
22380 1 year ago Sierra Sanchez Kirkland, WA , US
22379 1 year ago Anonymous Neustadt, ot , DE
22378 1 year ago Lauren Steinfeld-Cavuoto Nyack, NY , US Making threats to foreign nations is useless and idiotic; this does nothing to promote anyone's safety.
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Background:
> Bruce Cumings, The Nation, "Korean War Games"
> Dave Chaddock: "This Must Be the Place: How the U.S. Waged Germ Warfare in the Korean War and Denied It Ever Since"
> John DeLury, The Washington Post: "Instead of threatening North Korea, Trump should try this"