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Video claims US citizens live in tents, eat snow

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North Korea has already threatened the United States with a preemptive nuclear strike over new sanctions. Now, a propaganda video apparently released by the communist nation claims U.S. citizens live in tents, live off snow and have eaten all of the country's birds, according to a report by The Sun.

The Sun says the video also claims that "we buy guns to kill each other, especially children."

According to the report, the video apparently shows North Koreans coming to the aid of Americans, giving them cakes, blankets and coffee.

Some internet users say the video is a hoax, says the report. It is not clear if the translation of the narrative track is accurate or whether the video actually originated in North Korea. The video appeared on the Chinese website Ifeng.

Do you think the video is a hoax or did North Korea actually release the video? Post your comments on our FOX 5 Atlanta Facebook page, or tweet us @GoodDayAtlanta.

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