He is the richest man in the world, and just yesterday he was named “Person of the Year 2021” by Time magazine. Elon Musk continues to make use of all the efforts it puts in place between Tesla and Space X, even if lately more and more often it is approaching political issues, by launching various messages of opinion. And we are not just talking about politics related to electric cars (think, for example, of the criticisms that Tesla’s number one has addressed to the US administration led by Joe Biden regarding his government program), but also of many other issues that more and more from close they affect the entire world population.
Does Elon Musk really want to get into politics? Considering yours recent utterances it would be nothing to be surprised: he first addressed the world population, explaining that our civilization risks disappearing if we no longer have children; then he touched on the issue of vaccination obligations, arguing that “my children and I are immunized, but those who do not want to should not be criminalized, just attacks on the freedom of the individual; he also spoke of the Chinese dictatorial regime led by Xi Jinping, spending generous words also because Tesla owns its largest Gigafactory in the Asian country. In short, the South African manager takes sides more and more often in defense of one or the other party in the political field, a symptom that perhaps some ground of truth about a possible future in that world exists.
In any case, according to what reported by Il Corriere della Sera this morning on newsstands it is difficult to think that Elon Musk can go into politics. “Some see him as a force capable of transforming politics and even capitalism – reads the newspaper – As for government affairs, in an era where there is much discussion about direct democracy and the use of technology in politics, Musk experiences the possibility of making decisions that can be controversial or even traumatic organizing referendums on the net among his followers, using his charisma to obtain plebiscite consensus ”.
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