By Liberty Report Staff
South Koreans realize that they would suffer greatly from another war on the North. Today, their president called for peace during his speech at the UN.
North Korea's neighbor wants peace, and the United States, located 6,000 miles away threatens war. During the first war in North Korea, the U.S. killed approximately 30% of the North Korean population, and a few days ago President Trump threatened all 25 million with total destruction.
Just this morning, the U.S. announced an increase in sanctions, that only hurt the civilians in North Korea. By contrast, South Korea this morning pledged $8 million in aid for their neighbors in the North.
There's a big disconnect here.
Adam Garrie reports:
Turning to North Korea, Moon said that “peace is calling”. He urged North Korea to choose peace of its own volition and to give up its nuclear weapons on a voluntary basis.
Donald Trump should perhaps re-watch his campaign speeches about "America First".
Going 6,000 miles away from America to destroy innocent lives is not what people voted for.