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North Korea World Cup winners?! Astonishing extent of Kim’s propaganda machine REVEALED

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The bizarre paintings show the rogue state to be the greatest sporting nation in the world – winning everything from draughts to boxing.

The baffling pictures, which were mostly produced in the 2000s, capture the hermit kingdom’s alleged sporting achievements over the years.

And the images have resurfaced today as international tensions between North Korea and the west continue to intensify following a series of terrifying threats.

In the images, the North Korea football team can be seen crying tears of joy as they win the FIFA World Cup.

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Another shows a young North Korean girl effortlessly challenging a middle-aged American man to a draughts match.

While a third shows the fictitious moment athlete Jong Song-ok defeated her western opponents at the 2000 Olympic Games to win gold.

The 43-year-old athlete did in fact win gold for North Korea at the 1999 World Athletics Championships in Seville.

But it was reported Kim Jong-il personally banned her from competing at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney for fear of national embarrassment if she lost the next race.

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The bizarre propaganda paintings show North Korea to be the greatest sporting nation in the world

The bizarre collection also features a painting of a North Korean boxer entitled 'For The Dignity of The Country’, along with a track athlete holding up the North Korea flag as he races along the track.

But it is not the first time the North Korean regime has faked sporting triumphs to instil nationalistic pride into their people.

In 2014, a video appeared online showing North Korea's state-controlled media telling their football fans that the national team have reached the World Cup final in Brazil.

Kim Jong-un is a notorious fan of Manchester United football team and last month allegedly voiced his hope that North Korea players could join the Premier League.

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The cartoon is thought to have been produced in the 1960s under Kim Il-Sung, current leader Kim Jong-Un’s grandfather, though relations have been getting steadily worse since Kim Jong-Un became leader of North Korea and Donald Trump became President of America




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However, the secretive state’s achievements are huge exaggerations – especially evident within football.

The North Korean national football team have only appeared in the World Cup twice in their history.

They famously reached the quarter-finals at their World Cup debut in 1966, beating Italy in the group stage.

Then in 2009, the team qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup but were defeated 0-7 in their game against Portugal.

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The baffling pictures were mostly produced in the 2000s

There were reports that the North Korean government punished the coach and players of the team by sending them on a hard labour in mines.

However, FIFA's investigators could not confirm this.

North Korea propaganda is not just boosting the country's sporting achievements, however.

Chilling propaganda art also shows US soldiers torturing women, setting dogs on cowering families and leaving helpless babies to die.

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The Kim dynasty propaganda paintings depict alleged atrocities carried out by US soldiers during the 1950-1953 Korean War.

They have resurfaced after Donald Trump warned Kim Jong-un he would “totally destroy” his country if he continued to make clear threats and carry out provocative missile tests.

In one image, three GIs are portrayed torturing a weak North Korean woman by removing her teeth with pliers.

In another picture, US soldiers slice a man's head with a meat cleaver as he recoils in agony.

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