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Oct 02 2020

Former Twitter CEO Endorses Firing Squad for Capitalists

Everyone knows that Big Tech is left-wing. What needs to sink in is just how left-wing. Dick Costolo offers an indication by calling for capitalists to be “lined up against the wall and shot in the revolution.”

Costolo was Twitter CEO from 2010 to 2015. Time has listed him among “the most influential minds in tech.” Fox Business reports on his current Twitter activities:

“Me-first capitalists who think you can separate society from business are going to be the first people lined up against the wall and shot in the revolution,” he wrote. “I’ll happily provide video commentary.”

Costolo was responding to a tweet in a thread about whether tech companies and business leaders should involve themselves in social justice issues.

“Social justice” means turning all dials all the way left.

Twitter has censored the President of the United States repeatedly (e.g., here, here, here), but so far Costolo’s call for violence is still up, days after it was issued:

Lest anyone dismiss this as hyperbole, recall that for months the USA has been under siege by violent rioters who inflict terror in the name of a Marxist organization, Black Lives Matter. It is standard procedure for Marxists to execute massive numbers of people when they take power. Over 100 million people were killed by their own communist governments during the 20th century, only some of them by starvation.

Tech giants ranging from Twitter to Apple, Amazon and Facebook have released statements and implemented policies that aim to address racial injustice on a corporate level.

To address the contrived issue of “racial injustice” in this context means to promote the ideology of Black Lives Matter. This is accomplished through gargantuan donations, by providing a platform for Costolo’s fellow malevolent fanatics, and by silencing dissent.

Current CEO Jack Dorsey gave an astonishing $10 million to promote the wicked activities of extravagantly paid racial arsonist Ibram X. Kendi, confirming that current Twitter leadership is on the same page as Costolo.

On tips from ABC of the ANC, Brian Brandt, and Mr. Freemarket.

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