U.S. Invasion By North Korea In New Propaganda Video, While DPRK’s Combat Equipment Looks Outdated in Pictures

by
Fatimah Mazhar
This is the latest propaganda video released on North Korea’s propaganda channel uriminzokkiri. It features the North Korean troops invading the United States of America. It starts off with the footage of American and South Korean troops attacking the North in 1950. DPRK later on invades the U.S. to take revenge and teach a lesson to America.

This is the latest propaganda video released on North Korea’s propaganda channel uriminzokkiri. It features the North Korean troops invading the United States of America. It starts off with the footage of American and South Korean troops attacking the North in 1950. DPRK later on invades the U.S. to take revenge and teach a lesson to America.

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The U.S. President Barack Obama is shown addressing the White House when North Korean troops land (supposedly) in America. At the end of the video, bombs are dropped over Seoul that indicates DPRK plans to finish off South Korea after it’s done with America.

Meanwhile, photos have been released by news agencies in which North Korean leader Kim-Jong Un can be seen inspecting the “latest” combat and technical equipment built by the Korean People’s Army. But what we see in the pictures changes our entire perception about North Korea:

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We can assume that there is a computer in that giant metal box that can be something closer to being “advanced” but what about the outdated consumer desktop keyboard and the Logitech mouse?

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DPRK has been appearing in the news a lot lately mostly for its threats and propaganda videos. But it had already started appearing in the news before it conducted its third nuclear test in February this year. All these sudden news appearances suggest that something bigger is coming ahead.

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North Korea may have a big army but one cannot deny the fact that their isolation from the rest of the world must’ve contributed to their (nuclear) research and the kind of (apparently) obsolete technical equipment we can see in the photos is proof of that. And if the technology turns out to be as inefficient as it looks, then North Korea will only be able to invade other countries in propaganda videos only (which by the way have really poor video quality).

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