North Korea is reportedly using video game technology to teach kids how to kill Americans, according to Newsweek.
The games are being used at a propaganda camp where children participate in other activities like swimming and singing songs about North Korean leaders.
Between other activities, kids practice shooting at foreign adversaries with toy assault rifles.
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“I’m so happy to kill Americans,” one kid boasts as he pumps a bullet into the back of a soldier on a video screen. “Americans, Japanese, and South Koreans – they are our enemy. I dream of killing them.”
The simulations are apparently meant to serve as “practice for war.”
North Koreans are taught from birth to view Americans as the enemy. Videos and images of United States citizens being killed are shown at restaurants, in textbooks, and plastered across shop windows. Most recently, a video released by its state-controlled website presented North Korean missiles obliterating United States carriers and fighter jets, complete with a burning American flag.
Relations between the U.S. and North Korea have remained contentious following President Trump’s tour of Asia earlier this month.
Trump gave a powerful speech to the South Korean delegation, in which he actively called out North Korea and its hostile regime.
Soon after, Kim Jong Un called Trump a “mentally-deranged dotard.”