North Korean youth burn effigies of Joe Biden as World War Three fears grow

Angry North Korean youngsters have been spotted burning effigies of United States' President Joe Biden, ramping up fears that World War 3 is looming ever closer.

Worrying images have come out of the closed-off country in recent days showing thousands of North Koreans taking part in one of the countries many parades.

The youth, of which the age is not clear, were seen calling Biden a “war monster dotard” as well as insulting South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol.

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The latter was called Biden's “special-class puppet traitor”.

Chants calling for North Korea to “exterminate” South Korea's allies were also heard, and giant banners were held up showing North Korea launching nuclear warheads at the United States.

The images were released by NK News, which shows the truth of life inside North Korea.

News of the parade comes just a few weeks after the country's leader Kim Jong Un's power-hungry sister hit out at the world and warned of a "more serious danger" that could spark all out war.

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Whether Kim Yo Jong has the power to instigate World War Three is yet to be seen but she has since given a statement to North Korea's state media on the possibilities of bigger dangers.

Her stern words come in response to the new US-South Korea deal signed last week which will see a protection act enabled between the neighbouring South Korea and the United States.

US President Joe Biden has already warned that he would have no trouble launching nukes against "whatever regime" attacked America or its allies.

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Kim Yo Jong said: "The more the enemies are dead set on staging nuclear war exercises, and the more nuclear assets they deploy in the vicinity of the Korean peninsula, the stronger the exercise of our right to self-defence will become in direct proportion to them.”

She went as far to call the deal an "unprecedented" commitment to nuclear weapons and accused the US President of "deliberately stirring up tensions, provoking confrontation and playing up threats".

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