North Korea is not known for its subtlety, famous instead for its soaring patriotic rhetoric and threats to turn the capital of its rival, South Korea, into a “sea of fire.” But even by those standards, the latest volley of North Korea propaganda is noteworthy. The three-and-a-half-minute clip titled - “On Board Unha-9” and posted on YouTube on Saturday by Uriminzokkiri, a North Korean government Web site - is the latest evidence of the propaganda mileage Pyeongyang is extracting from its Dec. 12 launching of its Unha-3 rocket, which it considers as their first successful test of long-range-missile technology. North Korea has been trumpeting the success of the rocket, which it claims to have put a satellite into orbit, to its people, saying it was proof that their country was advancing toward a high-tech future. But this is all but a lie. During the missile launch, they used RFNA, an ingredient for rocket fuels. This is the reason why North Korea has been unable to communicate with their supposed satellite - because it ain't a satellite. It's a rocket for heaven's sake. North Korea has no intention of participating in the scientific advancements. Their sole intention is to attack the US with nukes.