Convincing Americans to oppose the North Korea war runup

Most Americans are deeply distrustful of government and media, so they’ve usually believed it when I’ve told them they’re being lied to about North Korea. The rest invariably hold onto their preconceived notions about North Korea by deciding to assume, based on narrow speculation, that Kim Jong Un will one day decide to blow his country up by attacking the U.S. first.

The latter group appears impossible to convince, so we should focus on spreading our information about North Korea to the general population. If we all shared on our timelines and in groups, for instance, the fact that the North Koreans have repeatedly stated they won’t strike the U.S. first, I suspect we’ll overwhelmingly change the consciousness.

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