There’s not that much difference between what Elon Musk believes in and what Klaus Schwab believes in. From Ryan Matters at off-guardian.org:
Recently, the news broke that Elon Musk (now the world’s richest man) acquired Twitter. Musk claims that he’s a “free speech absolutist” and his takeover of the company was motivated by his passion for open discourse.
Musk called Twitter “the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated”. He feels that free speech is “the bedrock of a functioning democracy” and that’s why he just couldn’t bear to witness the tech platform engage in such brash censorship.
Sounds good, right?
After all, many of us have been voicing our concerns about the Orwellian rise in censorship over the last few years, and here’s a billionaire siding with us (for once).
In fact, mere days after Musk’s offer was accepted by Twitter’s board, previously banned accounts began to return to the platform.
It seems almost too good to be true…and maybe it is.