I grabbed this off of Digg. I know I'm not qualified to speak on the political climate inside North Korea, our (the USA's) *ahem* strained relationship with them, or how they're perceived elsewhere around the world, so I won't even try. Still, I thought this video might kick of some political debate: http://throwawayyourtv.com/2006/03/creepy-north-korean-children.html When I was in scouts, we did something similar (although nothing approaching that detail) with baseball caps on the deck of the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi. It was a giant U.S. flag with the words "one nation, under God" at the bottom (I was a star btw ), and they flew over in a helicopter and took pictures. I didn't know it at the time, but it was supposedly used as political propoganda against efforts to remove "under God" from the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance (which of course is a whole other bag of worms). I was probably about 13 or 14. If anyone wants to take this and run with it, be my guest.