North Korea Releases Creepy Video Of Them Nuking NYC To A Michael Jackson Song [Video]
North Korea has released a bizarre video featuring graphic technology that would make the 80s blush and a synthesized rendition of the instrumental of “We Are The World” while showing an American city in ruins and a Korean rocket orbiting earth.
The video was a can of hairspray away from being straight out of a time capsule, but the message behind the video wasn’t as amusing, as it threatens the well-being of Americans, by alluding to the idea of nuking a major American city such as New York.
The song choice was especially bizarre, as the track, made famous by Michael Jackson, was used to raise money for Africa in 1985. Now, it is the soundtrack of a hypothetical genocidal attack.
If you’re worried about being bombed by a country that can’t put together a video with modern technology, you probably should lay off the caffeine or whatever stimulate has you so paranoid. Eventually, pulling on the lion’s tail will bite this small critter in the ass.
Hugh Everett | Elite.