A new North Korea propaganda video surfaced online. The video showed how the regime will destroy U.S. forces. In one part of the video, it showed a blown up U.S. aircraft carrier and a shot down U.S. bomber. The video showed some photos of U.S. and South Korean war games. It also included its recent ballistic missile launch. North Korea also declared in the video, “A knife will be stabbed into the throat of the carrier.”
Seemingly, the clip showed the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson engulfed in flames. Another declaration on the video translates to, “The bomber will fall from the sky after getting hit by a hail of fire.”
The propaganda video also showed a B-1B Lancer strategic bomber under the radar of a gun-sight, then burst into flames. The video is not the first time that North Korea and its dictator, Kim Jong Un created to promote its propaganda.
In 2013, the regime released a propaganda video, which depicted a nuclear attack on the White House. The release of the latest video is simultaneous to the recent North Korean declaration against the U.S. The regime clarified that they are not afraid of the recent U.S. threats. North Korea wanted to send the message that they do not fear a possible U.S. pre-emptive military action.
North Korea Propaganda Video: The regime believes that their nuclear weapon is “like a sword of justice”
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of North Korea blasted U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent statement regarding tougher sanctions against the regime. North Korea also reiterated that the threat of additional pressure and possible military action will deter the government from its nuclear development program.
The regime treasures their nuclear force like a “sword of justice.” The regime also sees the nuclear weapons as a “reliable war deterrence” to defend their country and the life of its people. North Korea’s statement came after Tillerson’s recent visit to Japan, Shouth Korea and China. The U.S. secretary’s visit mostly aimed at the talks on North Korea’s nuclear program. Recently, Tillerson stated that the U.S. have ended the diplomatic patience on North Korea. Additionally, Tillerson’s statements hinted at a possibility of any pre-emptive military action. Tillerson stated, “Let me be very clear: The policy of strategic patience has ended.”
Despite the tension, Tillerson assured the media that the U.S. government is exploring a “new range of diplomatic, security and economic measures.” He added they are considering all options plausible to solve the dilemma.