North Korean nuke hits US in chilling simulation video celebrating latest missile launch

Wednesday, August 2, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA celebrated its ICBM launch by simulating a missile blowing up the US in a bizarre simulation at a pop concert.

By Simon Green
2nd August 2017

Kim Jong-un’s missile crashed just 100 miles off the Japanese mainland on Friday (July 28), sparking worldwide condemnation.

The US reacted by sending two B1-B bombers to the Korean peninsula but the dramatic show of force clearly hasn’t had the desired effect.

In footage posted to Facebook today, the all-female music group, Moranbong Band, perform in front of a large crowd in celebration of the recent missile test.

But it is what is shown behind them that grabs the attention.

The tubby tyrant is seen signing off on the intercontinental ballistic missile launch but as the video continues, it becomes apparent the target is the US.

Suddenly, the singing stops and the cameras zoom in on the missile firing into the sky.

Cheers and applause ring out inside the arena – which appears to be filled with military personnel.

The music then reaches its crescendo when the simulation shows the nuclear warhead exploding in the US.

It comes as Donald Trump fired his own ICBM earlier today.

The long-range missile flew more than 4,000 miles from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to a test range in the Pacific.

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