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Elon Musk has BRUTAL Message for Globalists at ‘World Government Summit’

They let the fox in the hen house, it seems.

If there is one thing that we have learned about Elon Musk in the time since his controversial takeover of Twitter, it’s that the eccentric billionaire isn’t afraid of saying what he means…pretty much all of the time.

His recent tweets have read like a bit of a manifesto, as he continues to float back and forth between pure and unadulterated silliness promoting joke cryptocurrency Doge Coin, to salacious statements about COVID-19 and the sudden invention of several new pronouns.

This week, during a “World Government Summit”, it appears as though Musk couldn’t hold his tongue.

Elon Musk is not perfect by any means, and a lot of his decisions are deserving of criticism. However, if there is one thing that one cannot really complain about when it comes to the CEO, it is the fact that Musk will never be afraid to speak his mind.

This was exactly what happened when Musk addressed the audience at the World Government Summit (WGS). The WGS is a high-profile event where leaders are expected to exchange ideas and visions about pressing issues that are prevalent today. The event features thousands of leaders, including 250 ministers and the heads of 80 international, regional, and governmental organizations.

What exactly did Musk say to the group?

During his virtual segment, Musk took it upon himself to explain that humanity should be concerned about becoming too much of a single world government. “I know this is called the World Government Summit, but I think we should be a little concerned about becoming too much of a single world government. If I may say, we want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having, frankly — this may sound a little odd — too much cooperation between governments,” Musk said.

The Tesla CEO saw the irony in his words considering the name of the event. However, Musk explained that if one were to look at the rise and fall of civilizations, humanity’s survival could mostly be credited to other civilizations that were thriving while one was declining.

“If you look at history at the rise and fall of civilizations, throughout history, civilizations have risen and fallen, but it hasn’t meant the doom of humanity as a whole because there have been all these separate civilizations that were separated by great distances,” Musk said.

And then:

“We wanna have some amount of civilizational diversity such that if something does go wrong with some part of civilization, the whole thing doesn’t collapse and humanity keeps moving forward,” Musk said.

Musk could go on to defend his statements, (and the choice to express them at this particular venue), via Twitter, suggesting that there would be few better audiences for his message.

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