North Korea has once again reverted to the age-old propaganda tactic: pamphlet drops. According to news outlets throughout South Korea, more than 2 million leaflets have been found. Leaflet drops coming from the North haven’t been as common, and the subject matter has historically gone from general images of war, destruction and threatening mayhem, to more personalized propaganda, showing actual individuals grotesquely mutilated or executed.

A somewhat recent pamphlet depicting the decapitation of the previous Prime Minister of South Korea, Hwang Kyo-ahn.

The South Korean government has said that many of the leaflets bear the name of fictitious movements or organizations from within South Korea, in an attempt to make it seem like there are other forces within South Korea friendly to the North Korean cause. They also harp on anti-American themes, like the featured image above showing a representation of U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Mattis.

Some of these leaflets were found on American bases as well, and they have even attempted to distribute CDs with more propaganda. The Eighth Army, garrisoned in South Korea and based in the Yongsan Army Garrison near Seoul, received the bulk of the propaganda attempts.

An image depicting a North Korean missile blasting off past Secretary of Defense Mattis and the dark eagle he is often portrayed with.

WATCH: Activists in South Korea use the same balloon technique to provide leaflets to North Koreans: