Recognized by the American financial magazine Forbes as the richest man in the world, Elon Musk causes a lot of controversy. In my opinion there are far richer people who prefer to remain in the shadows because of how they got rich – I refer those interested to the article: Trillions of dollars are gone.
An interesting comment on Musk appeared yesterday on the German platform Apolut entitled: The Big Game: Elon Musk and Twitter. The author of the article is Ernst Wolff, whose speech I featured in the article Technocracy and money over a year ago.
In the article, Ernst Wolff presented more or less well-known facts from Elon Musk’s activities.
- Musk is one of the founders of Pay Pal. Various lawsuits are currently pending against PayPal, whose main shareholders are BlackRock and Vanguard, because the company is said to have defrauded customers and lured investors with false information.
- Musk founded SpaceX and Starlink in 2002. With almost 2,600 satellites, Starlink is by far the largest satellite operator in the world and is used, among other things, by the corrupt regime in Ukraine for warfare.
- Musk has been CEO of the auto company TESLA since 2008, whose main shareholders are also BlackRock and Vanguard. Anyone who buys an electric car from Tesla accepts that the car uploads driving data to the manufacturer’s cloud. Anyone who wants to avoid this data collection by making changes to the vehicle will receive a warning from the Tesla lawyers for license infringement.
- Musk’s companies Tesla, SolarCity, and SpaceX received nearly $5 billion in government support through 2015 alone. Musk is not an opponent, but a partner and beneficiary of the state.
- Musk completed the Young Global Leader training in 2008 as part of the World Economic Forum, which drives public-private partnership worldwide.
- Musk founded Neuralink in 2016. Their transhumanist goal is to develop a device for communication between the human brain and computers, a so-called brain-computer interface.
- Musk, a great admirer of China’s economic progress, proposed in October 2022 that Taiwan be made a “special administrative region” under Chinese rule.
This list does not surprise me, after all, the position of the richest man in the world does not come with hard work. The same applies to the estates of famous politicians such as Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin or Xi Jinping.
Even taking part in the training in Davos does not prove that the graduate is a convinced globalist. The best example is Hungarian President Viktor Orban – together with Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy and Toni Blair he trained in Davos at the first such training in 1993. Today it is difficult to call Viktor Orban a globalist. Globalists are not committed to the welfare of their own people.
In my opinion, the author’s thesis that Elon Musk fulfills the function of a good police officer and contributes to social divisions is difficult to defend. I appreciate Ernst Wolff very much for his analysis of the causes of the current world catastrophe. Even Musk’s announcement that, for the first time in today’s US election, he will not vote for the Democratic Party, no matter how he actually votes, has a major impact on the decisions of other US citizens. The outcome of today’s elections in the United States will determine the future not only of the United States but of Europe and the world at large.
Let’s hope that the electoral fraud committed two years ago will not succeed this time. The same manipulation led to the election of politicians loyal to the World Economic Forum in Davos in several European countries this year. We’ll find out tomorrow how the US elections will go this time.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik