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Ukshep

North Korea's propaganda video shows US under attack

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 Ukshep    21,434

A video released by the North Korean website DPRK Today depicted a nuclear attack on Washington as an angry Pyongyang retaliated against joint military drills between South Korea and the Unites States.

The four-minute video, titled "Last Chance," showed a digitally created scene of a missile fired from a North Korean submarine into the streets of Washington wiping out the city, the AP news agency reported.

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Pyongyang, which believes the drills are a dress rehearsal for an invasion was further angered when South Korean media reported the exercises included a simulated training for a "decapitation strike" targeting North Korea's top leaders.

Later on Saturday, Kim Jong-un warned that his military was well prepared to attack Seoul's presidential palace unless the South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologised for "treason" and publicly executed officials responsible for what Pyongyang says are plans to attack its leadership.

North Korea is believed to have artillery capable of striking Seoul to cause severe damage and casualties.

However, such a strike is unlikely as the North Korean leader has never followed through on any of his threats.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/03/north-korea-propaganda-video-shows-attack-160326185452278.html

NOW FOR THE BEST PART! THE VIDEO! The attack on the us is near the end!

 

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TearsForFears   
TearsForFears

We are close to the end my friend.

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 Ukshep    21,434
7 minutes ago, TearsForFears said:

We are close to the end my friend.

People keep underestimating north korea. One day it will be shown to be a big mistake.

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