In a post on his platform X, Elon Musk announced that „decolonisation”, „from the river to the sea”, and similar euphemisms necessarily imply genocide.
In an X post on November 17, Musk declared that „decolonisation”, „from the river to the sea”, and similar euphemisms necessarily imply genocide, adding that „clear calls for extreme violence are against our terms of service and will result in suspension.”
Elon Musk wrote this post reiterating an earlier X post, in which he claimed that „‘decolonisation’ necessarily implies a Jewish genocide, thus it is unacceptable to any reasonable person.”
Musk’s announcement comes amid an antisemitism scandal involving him endorsing an antisemitic post on X that falsely claimed members of the Jewish community were stoking hatred against white people.
As I said earlier this week, “decolonization”, “from the river to the sea” and similar euphemisms necessarily imply genocide.
Clear calls for extreme violence are against our terms of service and will result in suspension. https://t.co/1fCFo5Lezb
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 17, 2023
Liberal media watchdog group Media Matters for America earlier this week said it found that corporate advertisements by IBM, Apple, Oracle and Comcast’s Xfinity were being placed alongside antisemitic content.
IBM on Thursday said it had immediately suspended all advertising on Musk-owned X after the watchdog found its ads were placed next to content promoting Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.
X Corp will file a lawsuit against Media Matters and those who attacked social media platform X, Musk said on Saturday in a post on the platform, soon after major US companies, including Disney, Warner Bros Discovery, Comcast, Lions Gate Entertainment and Paramount Global, paused their advertisements on the site, reports The Jerusalem Post.