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North Korea propaganda video depicts nuclear missile obliterating Washington

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North Korea on Saturday released a new propaganda video titled “Last Chance” which depicts a submarine-launched nuclear missile obliterating Washington before closing with an image of a U.S. flag burning over a cemetery.

The four-minute computer-animated video, uploaded to the YouTube channel of North Korean website D.P.R.K. Today, came with a sinister message to “American imperialists” not to incense Pyongyang.

“If the American imperialists provoke us a bit, we will not hesitate to slap them with a pre-emptive nuclear strike,” read the Korean subtitles in the video, translated by The New York Times. “The United States must choose! It’s up to you whether the nation called the United States exists on this planet or not.”

The video also cuts to images from the Korean War, the capture of a U.S. spy ship, the Pueblo, in 1968 and the shoot-down of an American helicopter in 1994.

North Korea has repeatedly threatened the U.S. with nuclear strikes while carrying out missile test, many of which have failed. The video comes after Pyongyang claimed recently to have successfully tested a submarine-launched…



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