North Korea Propaganda Video Uses Call of Duty Footage
The quick scene that shows New York City being bombarded by missiles, wasn’t from the country’s special-effects department (I’m sure they have one, right?) — no — it was stolen from the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Apparently someone within the country forgot to DVR a disaster film like Independence Day. I think that would’ve looked more realistic, so that’s my conclusion why they used footage from the 2011 video game
If you watch the bizarre propaganda video, that we have embedded up top, it will be a tad confusing to understand, so we’ll explain it for you.
In the video, you see a man asleep dreaming, a dream he wishes that one day will come into fruition, and that North Korea is promising it will “surely come true.”
“Somewhere in the United States, black clouds of smoke are billowing,” reads the propaganda video (translated by LiveLeak) “It seems that the nest of wickedness is ablaze with the fire started by itself.”
“Despite all kinds of attempts by imperialists to isolate and crush us… Never will anyone be able to stop the people marching toward a final victory.”
According to numerous news agencies, North Korea is on the verge of testing a nuclear weapon. Although even if or when the devices detonated, American intelligence will be unsure if it was made out of plutonium or uranium. However, most intelligence committees have assured that the technology North Korea has disposed at them moment, they are unable to actually reach American shores with a nuclear warhead attached to a rocket.
Clearly this is something that the world is monitoring very closely. And even North Korea’s allies, like China, is condemning the communist nation’s threats. Many analysts that follow the region feels this is an effort to receive some kind of aid from America. North Korea’s foundation is crumbling, the people are starving, so much so, there are reports of parents eating their children because of how widespread famine is in the country, so these threats could be a ploy to get our attention, and it’s obviously working. But to what capacity, only time will tell.