I am sure that many of us have followed a very important piece of news recently about the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Inc. Elon Musk to join Twitter’s board. On top of that, he made an offer of $43bn on buying Twitter Inc. Neither did Elon Musk buy the giant of social media, nor did he join its board.
Interestingly, the offer to buy Twitter Inc. was rejected by the Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. His Royal Highness opposed Musk’s offer because the amount of $43bn did not come close to the “intrinsic value” of Twitter Inc. Mr. Talal received positive reaction from media and on social media. A Saudi citizen rejected an offer of Elon Musk – the richest guy in the world.
Frankly speaking, I didn’t imagine that all the noise that Elon Musk made was about “saving” the reputation of this mediocre and ordinary Saudi citizen, who happened to be one of the most known deceivers in Saudi Arabia.
I respect deeply the Saudi people and they are excellent individuals, generous, respectful, and people with dignity, but this individual does not deserve respect. He deserves public criticism for his dishonest activity of deceiving people, for his immoral role of being against religious people, for his cooperation as a spy with the US Government and CIA, and for portraying falsely an image as if he is a successful entrepreneur and independent businessman, while his true job is to deceive people. Many have had first hand experience with this mediocre deceiver.
The Saudi Government should not give such liars and ordinary people public space. If I were the ruler of Saudi Arabia, I would lock in prison this individual and many others of his likes for attempting to change Saudi society according to the needs of American corporations and for cooperating with the CIA – the enemy of Muslims. The Saudi Government and King Salman should act immediately against such puppets and dangerous people, whose main job is to serve the enemy.
On the other hand, it is a shame that Elon Musk is doing more politics than business. This is a great disappointment to see this innovator and entrepreneur be involved in mediocre politics – trying to save the image of an ordinary US spy in Saudi Arabia.
I admire Elon Musk, but not in this role.