North Korea shows off nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles in new propaganda posters

North korea shows off nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles in new propaganda posters

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “North Korea shows off nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles in new propaganda posters” – below is their description.

Nuclear missiles feature prominently in new propaganda material released by North Korea’s state media on September 13, 2022. The posters were unveiled days after leader Kim Jong-un’s reclusive state passed legislation on September 8 allowing pre-emptive nuclear strikes.

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