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Elon Musk warns against one-world government at world government summit

Published in Blog on February 16, 2023 by Jakob Fay

Imagine denouncing pop music at the Grammys. Or chiding Hollywood at the Academy Awards.

Imagine calling out the NFL during the Super Bowl.

Or, if you’re Elon Musk, do one better and tell off world government at the world government summit.

Yes, the CEO of Twitter, the richest man in the world, ruffled elitist feathers on Wednesday when he warned against a one-world government at the World Government Summit in Dubai.

His argument was largely based on a fear that if such a government collapsed it would drag all other countries along with it.

He explained that throughout history, the fall of one civilization never resulted in the “doom of humanity as a whole.” On the contrary, he pointed out that even when the Roman Empire fell, for example, other nations kept progressing despite the momentous shakeup on the world stage.

This argument could be expanded upon: if such a government became tyrannical (or, perhaps, was always meant to be tyrannical), it would plunge all nations of the world into tyranny, too.

Musk added that in many ways, Twitter, under old management, helped enforce an elitist, groupthink worldview, a practice he has intentionally abandoned.

“I think… the general idea is just to reflect the values of the people as opposed to imposing the values of essentially San Francisco and Berkeley — which are somewhat of a niche ideology as compared to the rest of the world,” he told World Government Summit attendees. “But you know Twitter was, I think, doing a little too much to impose a niche, San Francisco and Berkely ideology on the world so… I thought it was important for the future of civilization to try to correct that thumb on the scale.”

This is not the first time Twitter’s Chief Twit has cautioned against the global centralization of government. Last month, he denounced Davos, tweeting that the World Economic Forum “is increasingly becoming an unelected world government that the people never asked for and don’t want.”

Frighteningly, many government officials in America have shown an affinity for a one-world government. It certainly ranks higher on their list than “America First.”

Prominent Republicans and Democrats previously attended this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, where former U.S. Senator John Kerry, for example, informed fellow elitists that the cure for climate change is: “Money, money, money, money, money, money, money.” This was the same summit at which Klaus Schwab declared that “the future is built by us, by a powerful community,” by which, of course, he meant the elitist, aristocratic ruling class that flies private jets to an Alpine resort town to plot, god-like, the masterminding of the human race.

The American people are deeply skeptical of a one-world government, but this does not seem to stop our politicians from flirting with the idea.

And Elon Musk’s rebuke probably won’t stop them, either.

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