Multi-billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is making the rounds on social media and in the news sphere because he literally told advertisers essentially blackmailing his X Corp. by not advertising on the platform because of media manufactured crimes against the social justice system to “Go f**k yourself.”
But that’s not all Musk said in his comments at The New York Times DealBook Summit hosted by CNBC’s Andrew Sorkin.
Musk brought up a practice that the woke mob uses daily on social media — virtue signaling. Only Musk directs his accusation against corporation, who use the practice on a much grander scale.
“What I care about is the reality of goodness, not the perception of it,” Musk said emphatically. “And what I see all over the place is people who care about looking good while doing evil. F**k them! Okay?”
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“What I care about is the reality of goodness. Not the perception of it.
And what I see all over the place is people who care about looking good while doing evil. Fuck them. Ok”
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A company like Disney will lie to you about be family friendly, and that they’re only trying to be “inclusive” by injecting social justice BS into their product, while simultaneously thanking a region in China that houses over a million Uyghur Muslims as slaves in exchange for allowing them to film their latest live-action abomination next door. Yeah, that happened. And let's not even mention their excuses for and placation of LGBTQ groomers, because that's also a reality.
So companies like these can project their faux virtue by saying they’re not going to advertise on X because some social justice activist blogger took offense to something Musk did or retweeted just to save them from the woke mob backlash.
But the reality is that these same companies will make backroom deals that provide a negative impact to humanity while simultaneously conveying the same aforementioned virtue.