Elon Musk Is Behaving Like A Foreign Asset
Twitter's CEO is appeasing Eastern autocrats and undermining Biden's foreign policy.
Elon Musk reportedly spoke with Vladimir Putin just weeks before he purchased Twitter. Shortly after, Musk tweeted a Russia-Ukraine “peace plan” — which was merely a request for Ukraine to surrender the war and cede its critical territory of Crimea — which was illegally annexed — to Russia.
Three weeks prior, Musk proposed for Taiwan to establish a “special administration zone” — which was merely a request for Taiwan to cede its territory to China; the Communist regime which has been seeking to “unify” Taiwan since the Maoist era.
Once again, Musk is calling on Taiwan to appease China: a government that bans free speech, a country whose restrictive Zero-COVID lock-downs are being protested, and an authoritarian regime that detains, tortures, and imprisons Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang .
Evidently, Musk’s words lent credence to the party platform of the Chinese Communist Party. Qin Gang, China’s Ambassador to America, applauded Musk for his pro-China suggestion.
Taiwan’s representative to the US, however, opposed Musk’s proposal, tweeting: “Taiwan sells many products, but our freedom and democracy are not for sale.”
Another peculiar aspect of Musk’s recent business venture is the fact that a Saudi Arabian prince is Twitter’s second largest shareholder. The same regime that flew planes into the Twin Towers on 9/11. The same country who issued a covert $2 billion investment to Trump’s Senior Foreign Policy Advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner. And the same dictatorship who assassinated the American journalist, Jamal Khashoggi — has a vested interest in Musk’s new entrepreneurial endeavor.