Elon Musk Drops Information Exposing UN

Elon Musk Drops Information Exposing UN

(NewsBroadcast.com) – A common way to raise donations is by showing a potential donor just what good their money can do by detailing the goods or services it could buy. The UN’s World Food Programme director, David Beasley, recently used this tactic on billionaire and Tesla founder Elon Musk, claiming a large donation from him could keep 42 million people from starving. However, Musk quickly refuted this idea, choosing to highlight some of the horrific things some UN peacekeepers have allegedly done.

On Tuesday, October 26, CNN posted an article where Beasley claimed the UN could “solve world hunger” with a $6 billion donation from Elon Musk. Researcher Dr. Eli David came to logic’s defense, highlighting both Musks’ worth and the current budget of the UN’s World Food Program:

The Tesla billionaire then promised to sell his company’s stock if the UN could actually solve world hunger and use open source accounting. Beasley clarified the original assumption, claiming $6 billion would only “prevent global instability, mass migration and save 42 million people on the brink of starvation.” Without missing a beat, Musk replied with a link to an article detailing sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic:

In this Twitter battle between Elon Musk and the UN, it was clear that Musk came out on top. His bold confrontation of the UN’s sex scandal ended with crickets, and Beasley stopped pursuing a donation. It takes influential people to call powerful organizations out on their scandals, and thankfully, Musk brought this one to light once again.

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