Elon Musk has made powerful enemies over the last few years.
International leftists have expelled him from the cool kids’ club.
And Musk just compared billionaire globalist George Soros to this comic book villain.
Elon Musk was once treated as a darling of the left.
He was showered with praise in the mainstream press and appeared in blockbuster films like Iron Man 2.
But once Musk began pushing back on COVID hysteria, things started to change.
Musk was effectively excommunicated from the left when he purchased Twitter for $44 billion and reinstituted a culture of free speech.
Now Musk is upping the ante by calling out billionaire globalist George Soros.
Musk compared Soros to X-Men comics supervillain Magneto, one of the most notable characters in the entire Marvel canon.
Magento, a mutant with the ability to control metal, believes that he must eradicate humans in order to protect mutants.
Musk tweeted, “Soros reminds me of Magneto.”
Soros reminds me of Magneto
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 16, 2023
As soon as Musk made the comment, the corporate press went into advocacy mode and called Musk “antisemitic” for making the comparison – afterall, the fictitious Magneto and Soros were both Holocaust survivors.
Forbes published a piece with the headline: “Musk Fans Conspiracies About George Soros After Billionaire’s Fund Dumps All Tesla Holdings.”
Musk was called out for using antisemitic tropes to attack Soros, who has been the target of multiple right-wing conspiracy theorieshttps://t.co/tDRFzdhk9D pic.twitter.com/so2Hqo3pfZ
— Forbes (@Forbes) May 16, 2023
Somehow comparing Soros to a despotic figure is an antisemitic conspiracy.
In his 2000 book, “Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism,” Soros said the United States “must subordinate our sovereignty” and added that America was the “greatest obstacle to establishing the rule of law in international affairs.”
Soros is openly calling for global governance and says America is standing in the way of his project.
In his 1990 book, “Underwriting Democracy,” Soros said, “[I]n a perfectly open society none of the existing ties are final, and people’s relation to nation, family, and their fellows depends entirely on their own decisions…The permanence of social relationships has disappeared; the organic structure of society has disintegrated to the point where its atoms, the individuals, float around without any roots.”
In other words, nations and borders don’t matter; they must be subverted in order to usher in a globalist utopia.
Soros also admitted to his biographer that he had “potent messianic fantasies.”
If that doesn’t sound like a comic book villain, what does?
Leftists attacked Musk online, but he didn’t back down.
Left-wing political commentator Brian Krassenstein responded to Musk, “Fun fact: Magneto’s experiences during the Holocaust as a survivor shaped his perspective as well as his depth and empathy. Soros, also a Holocaust survivor, get’s [sic] attacked nonstop for his good intentions which some Americans think are bad merely because they disagree with this [sic] political affiliations.”
Musk replied, “You assume they are good intentions. They are not. He wants to erode the very fabric of civilization. Soros hates humanity.”
Based on Soros’s past statements and actions, Musk appears to be over the target.