Rousing North Korean orchestra concert features nuclear bomb dropping on America

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Rousing North Korean orchestra concert features nuclear bomb dropping on America

 

Footage has emerged of a rousing classical concert in North Korea featuring images that appear to show a nuclear bomb being dropped on America.

The video, posted on YouTube, shows a classical concert performed by an orchestra dressed in military uniform.

During the 43-second clip, a video played on large screens behind the orchestra appears to show the launch of a missile that targets America, decimating a built-up area.

Stars and stripes – the footage shows images of the US flag against a backdrop of flames (Picture: YouTube)

After images of the huge explosion are shown, the video depicts the Stars and Stripes flag against the backdrop of flames and rows of crosses marking graves.

The climax sees the audience, mainly people in military uniform, applauding as the concert comes to a close.

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It is not clear exactly when the footage, apparently taken from Choson TV, emerged though it does give an interesting insight into an aspect of North Korea.

The clip was published on YouTube on April 19th but is titled ‘April 15, 2017 North Korean concert’.

Tensions are escalating over North Korea, with Russia and the US clashing over America’s condemnation of North Korea’s latest failed test.

Footage has emerged of a rousing classical concert in North Korea featuring images that appear to show a nuclear bomb being dropped on America.

 

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