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How Living in Fear from Propaganda Can Make you Sick

The last time North Korea went to war it was the Korean Civil War that lasted from (1950 – 1953).

At the time the Soviet Union was pumping resources into the fight to take on the United States, while the people of Korea fought along with the two major countries.


For the last sixty years, the mainstream press has kept pounding home the idea that North Korea is a threat. And for the last sixty years, Russia has not funded the country due to a lack of return on investment it would bring them.

Personally, if I were in a group of fighters for a boxing match, and someone that outsized me by 7 times asked me to fight, I would not trying stepping on their pinky toe.

If an established country decides to go to war with another major country with a developed economy, they would be shooting themselves in the foot with the amount import and exports they exchange.

Each developed country exchanges with other developed countries. It lacks logic and common sense for any country to attack the United States, putting their residents, and military at risk.

Before the world economy grew, it made more sense for countries to want to attack each other, but after we have developed ongoing business negations with one another, that logic faded away forty to fifty years ago.

In reality, the United States is one of the only countries that continues to go to war with other countries. We have worked with allies to take over the Middle East. The United Kingdom use to go around conquering different regions of the world, and now they are pumping money into our economy to get the job done for them.

A perfect example is the rocket that failed to launch out of North Korea recently. For the past several decades the United States has been setting lazars pointed that military stations around the world. I do not have the blueprint to these lazars, but feel free to watch them in action. That being said, even if a country wants to go to war, it won’t last very long.

The mainstream media uses fear of war to control people. Use your head, and start working more with different countries.

Personally, I have nothing but love for everyone. The narrative of us vs. them has been played out for decades. I’ve moved on from living in fear, and now I am advocating for the us. & them era.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.