Mainstream media are spewing out story after story now about alleged threats from North Korea to attack Guam. RT is also reporting the same story, but if you check out their article, here, you will find that it relies on a Reuters article as its source. The story does not include a direct quote from any North Korean media source.
Suspicions over whether the whole thing may be a hoax have been voiced by a blogger, Jim Stone, who says an English-language North Korean news site that he was able to access (with great difficulty) mentions nothing about threatening to rain missiles down on Guam (h/t Greg Bacon ):
At first, as usual, I fell for it like a SUCKER. But all anyone has to do is actually find their way to North Korea’s official state newspaper – the Rodong Sinmun, and see what they are saying. One would think that if NK was threatening a nuclear strike on Guam they’d at least give passing mention of it on the state newspaper, but there’s not a peep about it there.
Stone speculates the “Guam threats” may in reality be a false flag to justify war. You can go here to read more.