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North Korea Escalates Threats with Propaganda Video Targeting US Aircraft Carriers After New Rocket Test

A new propaganda video released by the North Korean government seems to show a United States aircraft carrier and bomber burning. The release of the video is seemingly in response to joint military drills between the U.S. and South Korea.

The nearly three-minute video shows various pictures of North Korean and American military forces, while a narrator speaks in Korean. The video culminates with crosshairs superimposed over the images. Fox News reports that the aircraft carrier depicted in the video is the USS Carl Vinson.

According to a translation by South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, the video exclaims:

“…a knife will be stabbed into the throat of the carrier, while the bomber will fall from the sky after getting hit by a hail of fire.”

Yonhap also explains that North Korea views the latest military drills in the south as a rehearsal for an invasion. A report from Reuters indicates that the same aircraft carrier that appeared in the video, the USS Carl Vinson, was utilized in the latest U.S. drills in the region.

Korean Central News Agency, the media mouthpiece of the North Korean government, responded to the drills with a threatening statement, saying:

“If they infringe on the DPRK’s sovereignty and dignity even a bit, its army will launch merciless ultra-precision strikes from ground, air, sea and underwater.”

The release of the video comes among growing tensions between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Trump recently attacked the North Korean leadero n Twitter:

North Korea previously agitated the Trump administration by launching a missile test while President Trump was meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago, in a clear attempt to elicit a response from the new president. The test was the first since Trump took office, reportedly happening at the direct instruction of Kim Jong Un.

On Sunday, North Korea tested a new rocket engine, in another apparent act of aggression. According to experts who spoke with CNN, the engine could be used in an intercontinental ballistic missile if North Korea can make it smaller.

In an interview with Independent Journal Review, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addressed the new administration’s focus on North Korean aggression, saying:

“…the threat of North Korea is imminent. And it has reached a level that we are very concerned about the consequences of North Korea being allowed to continue on this progress it’s been making on the development of both weapons and delivery systems. And it’s reached a very alarming state to us. So it is getting a lot of discussion up front because it’s imminent.”

Tillerson also presented an ominous warning about the current path that the Kim regime is heading down, saying, “But if they continue with their testing and continue the development of both their weapons and their delivery systems, then we’re going to find ourselves in a place that’s even more dangerous than we are today.”

“And we don’t want anyone to arrive at that destination,” he added.