Feb 20, 2013 11:09 AM EST | By Luke Caulfield
North Korea's propaganda wing must have a pretty heinous music library to draw on. The DPRK released another video game-influenced video, but instead of footage from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, this time they're using music from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. This will probably get taken down quickly so watch while you can!
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It's easy to see this as an obvious threat (or an attempt at one), even without the text providing some context. But just in case, here's a translation, provided by North Korea News.org:
"Words spoken by the United States, a country that uses the law of jungle as the law of survival for fitness, is meaningless. As a result, North Korea's high level nuclear test conducted against American imperialist invaders is a nuclear deterrent that protects our sovereignty."
I imagine either there's a big gaming fan behind these videos, or, the editor happened to be searching through iTunes, and thought anything with "Oblivion" in the title track would be fitting for a short propaganda video about nuclear detonation. That, or someone's a little upset he didn't get the latest Skyrim DLC.
This new propaganda video comes a day after a North Korean envoy warned South Korea of its "final destruction" during a UN conference on disarmament. North Korea reported its third nuclear underground test in the last seven years took place last week.
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