I think maybe they already know

Here's yet another weird story. The head of the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea wants people to use balloons and computer hacking to spread the news within North Korea that North Korea has a horrible human rights record. I think they know it. They live there. It's kind of obvious. I guess they might like to get balloons, or computers. But it seems a strange and myopic way to look at the problem and the commission report.

Sorry to burst his balloon. But what's really needed is for people in the outside world to know how bad things are and, once they know it, to act as though they knew it. To support strong measures against the North Korean regime's appalling military and foreign policy ambitions, and to treat with loathing any government that aids and abets the tyrants in Pyongyang.