North Korea Propaganda Video Shows It’s Ready To Attack Washington, Warns U.S. To Not Show Off B-52 Bombers

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Fatimah Mazhar
Again, a propaganda video has been released by North Korea’s official YouTube channel uriminzokkiri and it has the same message the previous videos had: Imaginary destruction of the United States of America.

Again, a propaganda video has been released by North Korea’s official YouTube channel uriminzokkiri and it has the same message the previous videos had: Imaginary destruction of the United States of America.

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It shows how the North Korean army is preparing itself for a nuclear war like Mordor’s army from the Middle Earth [cue: the Lord of The Rings]. The U.S. Capitol and the White House are shown in crosshairs which basically means that DPRK has its sight set on Washington for a nuclear missile attack.

After 2:47 the Washington part starts and according to CNN’s translation, it means: “The White House has been captured in the view of our long-range missile, and the capital of war is within the range of our atomic bomb,”

The video emerges amid war tensions between DPRK and South Korea. North Korea has also threatened Japan and the U.S. of a possible nuclear attack if it continues to meddle in its nuclear aspirations. Just yesterday another B-52 bomber was deployed over the Korean peninsula by the U.S. army stationed in South Korea. The bomber flights are a response from America to the North Korean nuclear war threats. It was a demonstration of power that DPRK ought not to think that South Korea is alone.

North Korea, according to news reports, has warned today that there will be a military response if the U.S. army deploys B-52 bomber jets again. The jet demonstrations are a part of combined South Korea and U.S. military drills and DPRK thinks that America is using the South as a platform to launch a nuclear war on them.

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