Elon Musk has been involved in a conflict of words with a Saudi prince over Twitter's control

Elon Musk has been involved in a conflict of words with a Saudi prince over Twitter's control ...

Elon Musk wants to get what he wants, and being the billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX isn't enough for him. He wants to own Twitter, then dammit, and of course, the conviction that "free speech abolutist" in the CEO's office is the key to getting Trump back on track. However, Elon's (for $41 billion, because he doesn't trust the management) does not look like it.

Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns a substantial Twitter share, is reported to be a source of speculation, and that the proposed amount by Elon Musk ($54.20 per share) is unlikely to match Twitter's intrinsic value given its growth prospects.

Elon is now tweeting at this Saudi prince. How much of the Kingdom owns, directly and indirectly? the world's richest Twitter troll. What are the Kingdom's views on journalistic freedom of speech?

If you prefer, this might be interesting. There are only two questions.

How much of Twitter is owned by the Kingdom, both directly and indirectly?

What is the Kingdom's view on journalistic freedom of speech?

Elon Musk (@elonmusk)

Elon spoke at a TED talk earlier on Thursday (via lawyer Ron Filipkowski) to reveal how little he apparently understands about "free speech" in a constitutional sense. Perhaps he's being "intentionally misleading" after all?

Elon Musk had a lot to say today. His definition of "free speech" is either dumb, naive or intentionally misleading. Suppose you were completing an attack on the Capitol using your twitter account to gather volunteers? Is it all good to refer someone to the n-word too? Doxxing? Threats?

Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski)

Elon has made a point about having a "Plan B" in his quest to rule Twitter. There isn't much research here, but if he has one, he'll certainly inform everyone.

Interviewer: If they don't accept your offer, you said you won't go higher, is there a plan B?

Elon Musk: There's a lot of room to it.

TheBlaze (@theblaze)

Elon previously stated that he "unlock" Twitter's "extraordinary potential" for "free speech." In other words, he wants every word to fly, regardless of how harmful or inciting these words. This saga isn't over yet.


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