This beautiful city is Pyongyang, capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (north Korea). By 1953, at the end of the war in Korea, Pyongyang had been totally destroyed by U.S. bombs. Do the Koreans, who have worked and sacrificed so long to rebuild their country, want war? Absolutely not. Do they need to prevent another U.S. attack? Absolutely yes. They’ve seen what the Pentagon has done to Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and many others. That’s why they have a nuclear deterrent: to defend their country. The U.S. never signed a peace treaty after the Korean War. The only rational option is for Washington to end its nuclear madness, abandon its war threats, sit down and sign a peace treaty with the DPRK.