North Korea Video Appears to Show Nuclear Blast in NYC!

North Korea video appears to show New York City nuclear blast. North Korea state television aired a video showing what appears to be a nuclear bomb blast, set to a rendition of the 1985 USA song for Africa "We are the world"

North Korea Youtube Video of Nuclear Attack on US City | North Korea Dreams Nuclear Bombing North Korea posts shocking YouTube video of New York in flames after 'nuclear attack' on America... as Michael Jackson's 'We Are The World' plays in the background Footage uploaded to YouTube by the North's official website Uriminzokkiri Depicts man dreaming he is on board space shuttle as it circles the world Shows joyfully united North Korea then switches to U.S. city under attack City is shrouded in U.S. flag, with its skyscrapers either on fire or in ruins North set to conduct third nuclear test in defiant response to UN sanctions North Korea has posted a chilling video depicting a U.S. city engulfed in flames after an apparent missile attack, it emerged today. The footage was uploaded on YouTube by the North's official website, Uriminzokkiri, as leader Kim Jong-un prepares for an 'imminent' nuclear test. It shows a city -- shrouded in the U.S. flag -- under attack, with its skyscrapers, including what appears to be the Empire State Building, either on fire or in ruins. Provocative: North Korea has posted a video on YouTube showing a simulated attack on the U.S. which includes this scene of a city resembling New York in flames and in ruins Wiped out: The city disappears in a huge explosion similar to a nuclear detonation On a collision course: The footage features a view from a North Korean space shuttle showing a burning U.S. city shrouded in the Stars and Stripes The video is shot as a dream sequence, with a young man seeing himself on board a North Korean space shuttle launched into orbit by the same type of rocket Pyongyang successfully tested in December. As the shuttle circles the globe -- to the tune of Michael Jackson's We Are the World -- the video zooms in on countries below, including a joyfully re-unified Korea. This is what a rocket launch looks like: Amazing video from South Korea space test shows satellite leaving earth's atmosphere Is Kim Jong-Un using an iPhone? North Korean leader spotted with mystery smartphone In contrast, the focus then switches to apocalyptic scenes of a city with the words 'Somewhere in the United States, black clouds of smoke are billowing' running across the screen. The caption adds: 'It seems that the nest of wickedness is ablaze with the fire started by itself.' Bizarre: The video is shot as a dream sequence of a young man seeing himself on board a space shuttle Bizarre: The video is shot as a dream sequence of a young man seeing himself on board a space shuttle Incoming: The shuttle circles the globe to the tune of 'We Are the World The video ends with the young man concluding that his dream will 'surely come true'. '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,' it said. The video emerged as South Korea's U.N. ambassador said today that a North Korean nuclear test 'seems to be imminent.' The North is expected to conduct its nuclear test as a defiant response to UN sanctions imposed after its December rocket launch. It comes at a time of tension resulting from North Korea's announcement that it would carry out more rocket launches and nuclear test after it was censured by the United Nations Security Council over the launch of a rocket in December. The reclusive country declared a boycott of all dialogue aimed at ending its nuclear programme. Hopes and dreams: Just before the the attack, the video features scenes of a joyfully re-unified Korea Worrying sign: The young man dreams of being on board a North Korean space shuttle launched into orbit by the same type of rocket Pyongyang successfully tested in December Defiant: North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has announced that it carry out more rocket launches and a nuclear test after it was censured by the United Nations Security Council over the launch of a rocket in December

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