Musk: Soros, the humanity-hating Magneto!
The war of billionaires in the USA… On the one hand, 51-year-old South African-born US Elon Musk, the second richest person in the world with a personal fortune of 166 billion dollars. On the other hand, 92-year-old Hungarian-born US investor George Soros, whose personal wealth is 8.6 billion dollars…
The war started with Musk’s tweet, “Soros reminds me of Magneto,” which no one understood at first. Magneto is a comic book hero set in Marvel’s X-Men series…
We cannot understand the content of the war without knowing the story. So let’s summarize: The mutant human Magneto’s name is Erik… He spent his childhood in Auschwitz, the Nazi death camp in Poland. II. After the end of World War II, he married Magda, whom he met and helped in Auschwtiz, and had a child. While protecting the child in a fire, Magda is frightened and flees when Erik’s mutant powers are revealed. Erik, who goes to Israel, turns into Magneto, known to the whole world as a mutant terrorist, with the guidance of Mutant Charles Xavier, whom he met here. After Musk’s tweet, an independent journalist named Brian Krassnestein took things elsewhere: “Interesting fact: Magneto’s experiences as a Holocaust survivor have shaped his perspective, depth, and empathy. Soros, who is also a Holocaust survivor,
After this statement, Musk made his second and more harsh statement: “You assume they have good intentions. They are not. He wants to erode the fabric of civilization. Soros hates humanity.”
At this point, Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), established against anti-Semitism, stepped in: “Musk’s comparison of Soros to a Jewish villain is not only pathetic, it is dangerous.” Again, Musk did not stop, hitting Greenblatt with the name of the unit he led: “Stop slandering me. Let ADL remove the A from your name!”
The main reason for the fight seems to be that Soros recently announced that he sold his substantial Tesla shares. According to CNN, “Soros’ investment in Tesla was a modest investment in terms of the overall investment portfolio.” Soros, which bought 89,600 split-adjusted shares in the second quarter of 2022, reportedly held them until the third quarter before purchasing an additional 242k shares in the final three months of 2022. However, according to its latest filing with Securities last week, it has divested itself of its entire stake.
Musk, who has 140 million Twitter followers, said in an interview a while ago, “I’ll say whatever I want, even if the cost is losing money.” It is a matter of curiosity what the Soros side will answer…
For years, Soros has been accused of supporting Open Society Foundations against the governments of many countries, including Turkey. It is claimed that Soros, who is said to have donated more than $32 billion to these foundations, supports Manhattan prosecutor Alvin Bragg, who filed a lawsuit against former US President Donald Trump.
The “Died” claims that came out earlier this week were “I didn’t have a heart attack. I’m alive”, Soros’s son Alex openly supports the Democratic Party. According to Fox International’s report, Alex has visited the White House 14 times since October 2021 and “has held business talks.”