Since October 4, the richest man in the world has come under fire from Western democracies, which are unified in denouncing Russia for its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
NATO, which has since the beginning of the conflict given Kyiv essential military and logistical support, has unequivocally condemned the war that has now followed.
Russia, the aggressor, must leave Ukraine in order for the Western nations to put an end to the conflict, which has already claimed thousands of lives and displaced millions of people.
The CEO of Tesla suggested that Ukraine acknowledge that Crimea, which Russia acquired in 2014, is Russian territory and that Kyiv give up its intentions to become a member of the European Union.
Unsurprisingly, the Ukrainian government and the Ukrainian people who view the idea as a call to surrender vehemently rejected it. This is also the view held in Western political circles.
The billionaire, however, is not one of the CEOs who chooses not to react to criticism. Based on singularity and assaulting regardless of the size and force of the opposition, the Musk brand.
Supporters of Russia and Ukraine have been accusing one another of bad behaviour since 2012 as a result of this post. Musk responded, "There are no angels in war," to which.
"The issue involving @elonmusk is obviously out of control, and it appears that ego and vanity play a colossal role in his attempt to pass himself off as an authority on #Ukraine. Please halt, Elon. Admitting you overdid anything is OK.