Elon Musk Replies to Antiwar.com Article

by | Oct 18, 2022

Yesterday, Elon Musk commented on an Antiwar.com article that was republished on Zerohedge. The article was written by Libertarian Institute news editor Kyle Anzalone.

The article detailed annual NATO war games that simulate nuclear strikes on Russia. The war games, entitled “Steadfast Noon,” began yesterday and are slated to through the end of October.

Although these war games occur every year, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said cancelling this year’s war games would “send the wrong signal” to Russia.

If Elon Musk recognizes the extreme danger of nuclear escalation over Ukraine, why can’t our leaders?

About Patrick Macfarlane

Patrick MacFarlane is the Justin Raimondo Fellow at the Libertarian Institute where he advocates a noninterventionist foreign policy. He is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Vital Dissent at www.vitaldissent.com, where he seeks to oppose calamitous escalation in US foreign policy by exposing establishment narratives with well-researched documentary content and insightful guest interviews. His work has appeared on antiwar.com, GlobalResearch.ca, and Zerohedge. He may be reached at patrick@libertarianinstitute.org

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