An anti-US propaganda poster showing a fist crushing a US soldier is shown on the streets of the North Korea capital Pyongyang on February 27, 2008.  Propaganda posters with an anti-US message are common sights on the cities streets, alongside large pictures depicting the red 'Kimjongilia,' the national flower named after the current leader but whats missing is the clutter of commercial life and signage in the well-ordered capital.       AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)