Newest North Korean Propaganda Takes Aim At White House

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The latest propaganda video from Pyongyang puts the White House and American troops in the crosshairs as it simulates a series of missile strikes against the United States of America. This is the most recent in a series of propaganda videos.

The video was posted on a North Korean website and it shows the White House and US aircraft carriers on a targeting device. The simulated footage shows Washington going up in flames as the totalitarian government rejoices.

The warning reveals, “The moment when (the enemy) kicks off aggression and provocations.”

Kicking Off Aggression

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Telegraph reports:

“Pyongyang’s latest propaganda video puts the White House and US troops in the crosshairs and stimulates a crescendo of missile strikes if the US “kicks off aggression.”

“It came as the Trump administration announced a tightening of sanctions against North Korea amid mounting tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear threats.”

Growing Tensions Between North Korea And U.S. 

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The Washington Post reports:

“A North Korean propaganda outlet Thursday released an inflammatory video clip showing a simulated attack on the White House and declaring that “the enemy to be destroyed is in our sights.” The video comes at a particularly tense time in relations between North Korea and the United States, with the Trump administration sending warships to the region in a show of force against Kim Jong Un’s regime.”

“Earlier this week, North Korea conducted large-scale artillery drills, showing off conventional weaponry that can easily reach the South Korean capital of Seoul, the center of a metropolitan region that is home to some 25 million people.”

“President Trump, who has been urging China to apply pressure to North Korea and to act if Beijing doesn’t, convened congressional lawmakers Wednesday to brief them on the “very grave threat” posed by Pyongyang.”