You can't fault North Korea for changing with the times: we know that the reclusive dictatorship's leader Kim Jong-Un uses a smartphone, and now we've also discovered that the country uses footage of the USA under attack ripped from Call of Duty in its propaganda videos.
A bizarre clip has surfaced on LiveLeak which shows a man dreaming of the United States being bombed to bits, accompanied to a sickly version of 'We Are The World'.
It shows the man imagining himself aboard a space shuttle, watching the destruction of New York. And the images of the US under attack will be familiar to anyone who has played Call of Duty, since they're ripped straight from Activision's video game.
The clip appears to have been uploaded by an official North Korean website.
"Somewhere in the United States, black clouds of smoke are billowing," runs the caption as the Empire State Building burns, following clips of rockets being launched.
"It seems that the nest of wickedness is ablaze with the fire started by itself."
The clip ends with our sleepy dreamer assuming that his dreams will "surely come true".
The film has emerged on the apparent eve of another nuclear test, reports the Guardian.
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