Costolo, who is apparently a firm believer in employee indoctrination, described corporate heads who disagree with his approach as "me-first capitalists." He added that it "isn't great leadership" to simply run a company without teaching white employees that they are all "racists," for instance.
"We don't engage here when issues are unrelated to our core mission, because we believe impact only comes with focus," Armstrong wrote in a blog post on Medium.com, triggering Costolo into threatening him with violence.
"We don't advocate for any particular causes or candidates internally that are unrelated to our mission, because it is a distraction from our mission," he added. "Even if we all agree something is a problem, we may not all agree on the solution."
Costolo considers such an approach to be "abdication of leadership," adding that "it's the equivalent of telling your employees to 'shut up and dribble.'"
With an amassed personal fortune of somewhere in the vicinity of $300 million, Costolo has further promised to "happily provide video commentary" as people like Armstrong are lined up and shot by the likes of Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM), two far-left movements that have as part of their joint agenda the destruction of society.
Many took notice of Costolo's tweet, noting that they have been suspended or banned from the platform for tweeting things far less offensive.
Commentator Michelle Malkin, for instance, wrote that she was suspended from Twitter "for opining that violent criminal looters should be [CENSORED]." Meanwhile, Costolo is allowed to "gloat about anti-woke capitalists being 'lined up against the wall and shot in the revolution.'"
Carmine Sabia pointed out that the former CEO of Twitter is "calling for the murder, yes the murder of his political opponents."
"But they will not do anything to him," Sabia added about Twitter's handling of Costolo's offending comments. "Rules are for the peasants."
Sarah Haider pointed out that despite being a capitalist worth hundreds of millions of dollars himself, Costolo sees nothing wrong with vilifying his political enemies and advocating for their deaths via execution.
"Never forget: Wokeism / champagne socialism is a bourgeoisie religion," she wrote.
Keep in mind that President Trump was censored by Twitter over allegations that he "glorified violence." Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fl.) has likewise been accused of glorifying violence for calling out BLM and Antifa terrorists who are burning down buildings and assaulting people.
In other words, Twitter sees nothing wrong with promoting violence and even genocide, so long as you are a leftist. But if you are a conservative, then anything you say is considered "hate speech" and worthy of censorship.
"He thinks he's saving his own rotted soul," wrote one Breitbart News commenter about Costolo sucking up to the globalist establishment with his vile comments. "Little does this cowardly sicko realize that they will come for him as quickly as they come for us."
"Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo has the same opinion that the German Nazis had toward business," wrote another.
"It is also the same objective and focus of the Communist Chinese upon their economy and state-sanctioned businesses. Message to Crony Capitalists: Move to China!"
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