close Video Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far? Youtube says Crowder engaged in 'egregious actions that harmed the broader community'; The Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald reacts on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' This is a rush transcript from "Tucker Carlson Tonight," June 6, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Good evening and welcome to “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Every President since George Washington has faced political opposition, every single one of them. And that's the point of our system. Democracies are built on debate and competing ideas. If you find a political leader who seems universally loved, what you found is a dictatorship. Nobody criticized Ceausescu, nobody dared. So as a matter of principle, there is nothing wrong with opposing Donald Trump and his policies. Dissent is patriotic. But that's not what has been happening for the past two and a half years. … [Read more...] about Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far?
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(CNN)Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi defended her government from accusations of genocide against the Rohingya community at the United Nation's top court on Wednesday, calling the allegations "incomplete and misleading." Addressing the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at the Peace Palace in the Netherlands, the Nobel Peace Prize winner said that "genocidal intent cannot be the only hypothesis" regarding the Myanmar military's operations in Rakhine state in the summer of 2017. More than 740,000 Rohingya to fled into neighboring Bangladesh in 2016 and 2017 during the ensuing violence. Survivors have recounted harrowing atrocities including gang-rape, mass killings, torture and widespread destruction of property at the hands of the Myanmar army. The violence has been described as genocide by a UN fact-finding commission. The ICJ case is the first international legal attempt to hold Myanmar accountable for the Rohingya crisis. Based in The Hague, the 15 judges of the ICJ are … [Read more...] about Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi says genocide claims are ‘misleading’
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - After listening to accusations of atrocities that took place in her country, Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday categorically rejected charges of genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority, maintaining her government's long-standing denial of culpability. The former democracy icon instead pointed to the role of Muslim militants - she did not utter the word "Rohingya" - in sparking the crisis and said the conflict was a domestic matter for her country to resolve. Myanmar is "dealing with an internal armed conflict, started by coordinated and comprehensive attacks" by militants, she told the International Court of Justice. "If war crimes have been committed by members of Myanmar's defense services, they will be prosecuted through our military justice system, in accordance with Myanmar's constitution." In an extraordinary appearance, Suu Kyi became the first national leader to answer directly before the court while genocide is still alleged … [Read more...] about Aung San Suu Kyi, former democracy icon, defends Myanmar against genocide allegations