Btw, there's a thread on N Korea, and your post would be better suited there.
I disagree. Winston Churchill Evangelized Parliment to get them to change their mind and fight.
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He was sitting on the back benches. North Korea is nothing like Nazi Germany in terms of threat. North Korea can do a lot of damage but not without being totally annihilated, and any invasion will be short lived if not impossible.
Btw, Churchill would see Trump for the nasty little fascist he is.
If not now then in the not to distant future, North Korea could destroy more infrastructure and kill more people in one day than Hitler ever could dream of.
The reason Chamberlain and Parliament wanted to basically surrender to Hitler is because they were the families that owned the factories and the infrastructure (And had been trading with Germany to build their war machine.) The members of Parliament new the war would destroy their infrastructure and much of their wealth would be destroyed. If they surrendered to Hitler they knew that they would more than likely remain privileged and keep some control of their wealth (as long as they weren't Jewish or if they didn't rock Hitler's boat).
So Churchill got on a subway and roused the working clas people that would loose the one thing that they had their freedom.
With them and the King behind him Parliament had to fall into place.
But even Churchill didn't have the guts to do it till the King asked him to. The interesting thing is the King didn't have enough guts to stand up to Parliament without Churchill and they evangelized each other.
Those men (Churchill and King George the IV) stood up against the Godless Nazi idealism of survival of the fittest, and stood for the freedom of the weaker average working man of England because they believed all men were created in the Image of God with inalienable rights.
Now that's evangelism at work.
Btw, Fascism is a form of government contrary to the God endowed inalienable rights that our constitution guarantees no matter who is President. I am not to worried about Trump taking away any inalienable rights without being checked by the other two branches of government or an election. He can only do so much in three more years. Hopefully most of it will be good. So far (despite his character flaws) I think his policy has been pretty good.