Wednesday 15 February 2023

Elon Musk Criticizes the Concept of “World Government” at the “World Government Summit” – Says It Could Lead to the ‘Collapse’ of Civilization (VIDEO)


On Wednesday, Elon Musk spoke at the World Government Summit and warned of the dangers of a one-world government.

The CEO of Twitter, SpaceX, and Tesla spoke via video at the Dubai-based conference, “The World Government Summit 2023,” under the theme of “Shaping Future Governments.”

“The Summit will bring thought leaders, global experts and decision makers from around the globe to share and contribute to the development of tools, policies, and models that are essential in shaping future governments,” according to its website.

At the conference, Musk argued against the concept of a one-world government. 

“I know this is called the World Government Summit, but I think we should be maybe a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government,” Musk said.

“We want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having, frankly — this may sound a little odd — too much cooperation between governments,” he continued.

Elon Musk warned that if the singular world government will be imposed, it could lead to civilizational collapse. He suggested that the world needs “some amount of civilizational diversity.”

“I think we want to be a little bit cautious about being too much of a single civilization, because if we are too much of a single civilization, then the whole thing may collapse,” he said.

“Obviously not suggesting war or anything like that, but I think we want to be a little bit wary of actually cooperating too much. It sounds a little odd, but we want to have some amount of civilizational diversity, such that if something does go wrong with some part of civilization, that the whole thing doesn’t collapse and humanity keeps moving forward,” Elon continued.

“Seemed like the right venue,” Musk later tweeted.

Watch the video below:

Elon Musk also urged government officials and leaders to speak in their own voices.

“I think people should speak in their own voice. I would encourage CEOs, legislators, to speak authentically.. Do the tweets yourself and convey your message directly,” he said.

Watch the video below:

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