Here's a mind-number from yesterday's UN press briefing
Question: A question about North Korea. We just had a videotape of a North Korean public execution; execution in public. It was held at the beginning of March, this month, and near the Chinese border. And it proves the violation of human rights. Generally speaking, what is the position of the United Nations vis-à-vis this kind of human rights violation? The questioner simply asked for a general statement regarding egregious human rights violations that are commonplace in the dictatorships that people the Security Council, and he could say nothing against them. How many times has the UN spokesperson spoken out against Israel or the US without the benefit of "seeing your tape?"
Spokesman: I haven’t seen your tape. Any other question?