North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un released a military propaganda video showing North Korean military "blowing up" a U.S. aircraft carrier.
The weird video posted on Saturday by state media is of course 'fake'. It is fictional and only intended to serve as a warning on what North Korea can do to the U.S. if provoked.
The video shows North Korean troops celebrating as they destroy American planes and bombers.
A female narrator was heard happily saying over the fictional footage that " knife will be stabbed into the throat of the carrier, while the bomber will fall from the sky after getting hit by a hail of fire".
The threatening talk from North Korea is being seen as its answer to South Korea's recent warning that said North Korea's latest rocket-engine test showed a meaningful progress.
The video also shows 'Foal Eagle' military drills between allies U.S. and South Korea, another cause of North Korea's anger against the U.S.
North Korea also bragged on Sunday about the engine that would help the country achieve world-class satellite-launch capability- suggesting a new type of rocket engine for an international ballistic missile.
The video threat to the U.S. could also be Kim Jong-Un's answer to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Tillerson said last week that the policy of strategic patience for North Korea is over. He said a military action against North Korea is possible if it does not stop its nuclear ambitions. Tillerson said America's diplomatic and other efforts the past 20 years in asking North Korea to stop expanding nuclear power have failed.
North Korea has answered and said it is not afraid of the U.S., even with its threat of military action to stop Kim Jong-Un's nuclear build-up.
President Donald Trump included North Korea on the agenda of his week-end meetings at his Florida resort. Trump also said that Kim Jong-Un " was acting very, very badly".
Trump has been talking tough against North Korea since taking office in January.