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.

101-125 of 22608 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
22508 3.8 years ago James A. Everett Independence, MO , US Ignorant politicians, like Trump, always lean towards violence as a possibility when diplomacy is a much more safe and effective tool.
22507 3.9 years ago Carlos Cunha Jefferson City, MO , US
22506 3.9 years ago Jacqueline Cady Peoria, IL , US
22505 3.9 years ago donye sacco Los Angeles, CA , US
22504 3.9 years ago donye sacco Los Angeles, CA , US
22503 3.9 years ago Shaina Rivera Windsor, CT , US
22502 3.9 years ago Moira Mulholland Gabriola, B.C., BC , CA
22501 3.9 years ago William Swatos Rancho Mirage, CA , US Kim Jong Un is a dangerous and unstable leader. Nevertheless, we must work with allies, particularly China, through diplomatic and economic channels to reduce tensions with North Korea. We cannot af...
22500 3.9 years ago Abigail Kaplan Kennett Square, PA , us
22499 3.9 years ago Carlos Echevarria Inglewood, CA , US Grow up you abhorrent man-child and act like a mature and responsible world leader!
22498 3.9 years ago Linda Stubbers Cottonwood, ID , US
22497 3.9 years ago Andreas Rossberg Eugene, OR , US Aggression is a policy practiced by those who lack the imagination and intelligence required for diplomacy and compromise.
22496 3.9 years ago Jeanine Smegal Brooklyn Park, MN , US
22495 3.9 years ago Anonymous Canton, MA , US
22494 3.9 years ago Dawn Hendry Littleton , CO , US
22493 3.9 years ago Gloria Mawji Dar es Salaam, TZ
22492 3.9 years ago Sandra Klueger Lomira, WI , US
22491 3.9 years ago Vikki Attard Kingswell Sliema, ot , MT
22490 3.9 years ago Alexis Maestre-Saborit Fort Myers, FL , US Out U.S. Military of North Korea.
22489 3.9 years ago Frank Giliberti Massapequa Park, NY , US
22488 3.9 years ago berndina schut Burlington, ON , CA
22487 3.9 years ago Anonymous My. Pleasant, MI , US
22486 3.9 years ago Anonymous Clinton, MA , US
22485 3.9 years ago Madeleine Abel New York, NY , US
22484 3.9 years ago Dave Wiig Morris, CT , US In the campaign you spoke out against regime change. It is time to follow through on your campaign pledges.
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> 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"