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For those who escaped the madness earlier, either through layoffs or being fired for insubordination, it’s a troubling development.The Download: Twitter may only last weeks, and Meta’s unforced AI error | Rhiannon Williams | November 18, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
One former employee, who claimed to be fired for insubordination after criticizing a strategy by one of Silbermann’s staff, told CNBC there was an extremely passive-aggressive climate.Pinterest and the Subtle Poison of Sexism and Racism in Silicon Valley | Janice Min | March 22, 2021 | Time
Inspections, harsh penalties for misconduct, and consequences for insubordination were the norm.Will These Men Ever Come Home? The Search for Missing WWII Pilots in “Vanished” | Jordan Michael Smith | November 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Anyone who upholds insubordination will not serve in my Cabinet,” Netanyahu responded in an interview.
That kind of insubordination, he said, “would have extreme negative impacts on U.S. and NATO troops in the field.”Taliban Commanders See Victory in the Sacking of U.S. General | Mushtaq Yusufzai | June 25, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
Now one might explain away the insubordination as standard trash talk among stressed-out warriors.
From day one, the press will be searching for signs of acrimony or insubordination.
Exemplary punishment is to be visited upon me for "precocious godlessness, dangerous tendencies, and insubordination."Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist | Alexander Berkman
Evil and insubordination were more easily kept under than Norman had expected, when he first made up his mind to the struggle.The Daisy Chain | Charlotte Yonge
Mrs Pike cast a withering glance at Digby; such a piece of insubordination had not been met with for a long time to her authority.Digby Heathcote | W.H.G. Kingston
It is the only instance I know of where insubordination saved any army from a surprise attack, and possibly from defeat.A Virginia Scout | Hugh Pendexter
They reckoned him their ablest general, though his insubordination and self-seeking rendered the loss of him an actual gain.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
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