Elon Musk claims to want to "help humanity" by buying Twitter
Elon 'we coup whoever we want' Musk has a noble cause for the planet.
Elon Musk bought Twitter because he wants to "help humanity" which he loves so much: "That is why I bought Twitter ... I didn't do it to make more money. I did it to try to help humanity, whom I love," he said in a Twitter letter.
Dear Twitter Advertisers pic.twitter.com/GMwHmInPAS— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 27, 2022
This is the same person who provided internet service through Starlink to support neo-Nazis in Ukraine, who openly admitted to having a hand in overthrowing democratically-elected Bolivian President Evo Morales to get a grab on the country's lithium resources. Musk is also the same person enslaving children in lithium mines in the Congo to power Tesla.
In his latest adventures, Musk is eyeing employing Starlink to fuel instability in Iran to overthrow its legitimate government.
The billionaire, who is uncannily warm with the Pentagon through SpaceX and Starlink, which both uphold aggressive military infrastructure, wrote a letter explaining his so-noble motives behind purchasing Twitter.
Musk said it is "important to the future of civilization to have a common digital town square, where a wide range of beliefs can be debated in a healthy manner, without resorting to violence." Social media, meanwhile, risks splintering into "far right wing and far left wing echo chambers that generate more hate and divide our society," he said.
"That is why I bought Twitter ... I didn't do it to make more money. I did it to try to help humanity, whom I love. And I do so with humility, recognizing that failure in pursuing this goal, despite our best efforts, is a very real possibility," he said.
Musk's takeover of one of the world's largest Big Tech platforms comes in congruence with the current geopolitical chaos he is currently stirring up with Washington's military elite. What has been giving him much leverage is his company, Starlink, which proves internet services around the world, making Musk a geopolitical player.
Space companies are largely important in this day and age due to surpassing governments in terms of their abilities to grant technological and geopolitical powers they offer to those wielding their services.
The capitalization of space has offered these companies an ecosystem they can exist with resources focused solely on developing their abilities, unlike states, which have to diversify where their taxpayer money goes.
The US did not make the decision that Musk activates Starlink in Ukraine, he decided the matter by himself after Kiev called him on to do so.
Starlink "changed the course of the war to Ukraine’s advantage," said Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister.