Please consider joining me in a friendly appeal to President Trump to join North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in an executive declaration ending the Korean War. Whatever you think of President Trump, human survival demands an end to this ongoing war between two nuclear-armed nations, which nearly broke into actual nuclear war in September, 2017, when North Korea threatened to detonate a high-altitude H-bomb which could destroy computerized electronics in line of sight on land and in satellites with an electromagnetic pulse.
Last month the leaders of North and South Korea, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, met and declared a “Korean Peninsula free of war.” To a cheering crowd of 150,000 North Koreans, South Korean President Moon said, “We have lived together for 5,000 years and been separated for 70 years. We must live together as one people.”
Recently President Trump declared his love for Kim Jong-un. I really believe that it is the dominant power of love that has defied expert predictions of inevitable nuclear war so far. Can we love life enough to support President Trump in ending the Korean War?
Here’s the email I just sent to President Trump, and the contact email of the White House: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/
To: President Donald Trump, cc to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
North Korea is a Natural Geopolitical Ally of the United States
Dear President Trump,
Heartfelt thanks for planning another summit with Kim Jong-un; you are saving the world! Please accept this friendly advice from a long-time independent observer:
North Korea is a natural geopolitical ally of the United States, and has no fundamental conflict of interest with the United States. The best way, and maybe the only way, to make it sensible for Kim Jong-un to give up nuclear weapons is by cultivating North Korea as an ally protected by the U.S. military “umbrella.”
Definitely it is time to join Kim in a joint executive declaration that the Korean war is ended! How can he negotiate disarmament while at war with the world’s greatest nuclear power? An actual peace treaty may take awhile to work out.
Consider ending economic sanctions, which have been in place since the 1950s, and may be a driving reason why North Korea, a poor nation of 25 million, has the fourth largest army in the world and a huge arsenal of “conventional,” nuclear, chemical and biological, and cyber warfare weapons for deterrence only.
Ending the “war games” is helpful, but Kim realizes the beach landings, etc., are a classic example of preparing for the last war when the field of battle, now dominated by high-altitude nuclear EMP weapons in a world reliant on computerized electronics, has completely changed.
Above all, thanks for expressing the power of love, which will save us all!
Love, John J. Lewallen