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Distressing North Korea propaganda video shows CGI attacks on U.S. military
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North Korea's DPRK Today news service released a fairly distressing video at the weekend showing CGI footage of North Korean missiles blowing up aircraft and warships from the U.S.

While many military analysts, fortunately, don't think that NK has the capability to carry out the attacks seen in the video, it is nonetheless a video that is likely to shock many people who view it.

The video comes after aggressive tweets from President Trump where he stated that the country "won't be around for much longer." This was a tweet that North Korea's foreign minister Ri Yong Ho reportedly claimed amounted to the U.S calling for war.

The DPRK news channel is the official government outlet for North Korean news and it releases a fairly remarkable amount of content considering that most Korean speakers in the world don't have access to it.

This is because many people in North Korea don't have internet access, while the site is blocked South of the border.

Here is a look at the video.

The film, with its not quite cutting edge CGI, starts off with a picture of President Trump before going on to show footage of missile launches.

Screenshot from the DPRK today video

The scene then cuts and shows the missile crashing into a CGI image of a U.S plane.

Screenshot from the DPRK today video

Another scene shows a missile take off, before getting a U.S. ship in its sights and successfully taking it out.

Screenshot from the DPRK today video

The distressing video ends in the ship being engulfed in flames.

Screenshot from the DPRK today video

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