A propaganda poster blaming U.S. and hostile countries' sanction is seen in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang August 17, 2017. The poster reads: "No one can stop our way!" KCNA/REUTERS

North Korea released a video Saturday depicting missiles crashing down on Guam and President Donald Trump looking out over a field of white crosses. “The fate of the sinful United States ends here,” warned the video, according to the Washington Post, Monday.

The U.S. and South Korea began joint military exercises Monday, an annual event that typically draws a blustery response from North Korea. The event, called the Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercises, prepares troops for a possible invasion from North Korea.

The North Korean video was published on YouTube by Uriminzokkiri, a news outlet that distributes media from the state-run Korean Central News Agency. In addition to Trump and the missiles, the video depicts other U.S. leaders like Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Vice President Mike Pence, and Secretary of Defense James Mattis superimposed over flames. The video is titled, “What will the cost be for Americans, who are losing sleep at night?”

North Korea is known for its intense rhetoric with evocative language, and the U.S. has started to match that rhetoric through Trump's words. Earlier this month after North Korea test-launched its second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) of the summer, Trump sent North Korea a stern warning that asserted threats will be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

North Korea had already threatened the U.S. territory of Guam in August. North Korean state news reports earlier this month said that the military was preparing a plan to shoot missiles over Japan that would land around the waters of Guam. The country’s leader, Kin Jong Un, then eased the tension last week saying he would be patient and “watch a little more the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees.”

Then came the latest video.

“If only a single shot falls into the surrounding territorial waters by breaking through the air defense system of Guam, the illusion of U.S. which is called as the sole superpower will be laid bare to the whole world,” the video asserts at one point, according to Gizmodo. The video is entirely in Korean.

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system was installed on the island in 2013, at another tense time between the U.S. and North Korea. A THAAD system’s purpose is to shoot down the type of intermediate range ballistic missile that North Korea could possibly shoot at or near Guam.

Guam is home to two critical U.S. military bases, U.S. Naval Base Guam and Andersen Air Force Base. The air force base there houses U.S. bombers equipped with nuclear weapons capable of striking North Korea.

The video also depicts a calendar with the dates of the Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercises, making perfectly clear why the video was created.​