North Korea has released a terrifying new World War Three video showing a simulation of rocket attacks on the US Capitol and an American aircraft carrier
The propaganda film shows the White House in Pyongyang’s cross-hairs before an animation shows a missile descending on Washington DC and exploding in a giant fireball. Another simulation shows US warships being targeted by rockets while footage has also been taken from Kim Jong-un’s recent military parades and live-fire drills.
It comes as the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier continues to steam towards the Korean peninsula amid an escalating war of words between Pyongyang and Washington.
The video, accompanied by rousing music, starts by showing scenes from the massive military parade in the capital last weekend.
It then shows a terrifying array of rockets aiming towards the sky before pictures of American warships and the White House are shown with a target in the middle of the screen.
Beach landings, US bombers and a American fleet of warships are all shown in the cross-hairs during the 2.5-minute clip, which ends with a mock up of a rocket strike obliterating the White House. It comes just days after Kim Jong-un was seen smiling and waving as crowds watched a simulation of a US city being wiped out in a nuclear attack.
North Korea put on a musical show to mark the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung which ended with a mock-up of rockets engulfing America in flames.
The choral performance was attended by dictator Kim Jong-un, the elder of Kim’s grandson, on Sunday, after a massive military parade in the capital.
The singing was followed by footage of its test-firing of a missile in February which, in the video, was joined by other missiles shooting into sky, passing over the Pacific and exploding in giant balls of flames in the United States.
The video ended with a picture of the American flag in flames, overlapping row after row of white crosses in a cemetery.
In March, Kim released a military propaganda video again depicting North Korean troops blowing up a US aircraft carrier. The film shows mocked-up footage of North Korean troops joyously destroying American bombers and fighting forces. source