On Wikipedia, there is a page entirely devoted to the political opinions of Elon Musk. Available only in English and Arabic, it bears a simple title: “Views of Elon Musk”. A kind of ideological appendix. No matter how hard we look, there is no equivalent for Mark Zuckerberg. Do not see there an advantage reserved for the one who became, this summer, the richest man in the world: it is quite simply that the insipid boss of Meta, Facebook’s parent company, is much less talkative than its Twitter counterpart. The social network of tweets, the privileged channel of the elites of the 21st century, is full of positions taken by Elon Musk. Taxation, environment, health rules, freedom of expression, women’s rights… The “twitto” repertoire is vast with 114 million subscribers, followers of its brash humor and its whims disguised as pearls of wisdom.
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