Some believe Elon Musk is a natural polymath and demonstrable genius. Others think he’s a very smart, very rich man who has the time and resources to apply to multiple fields. Either way, he’s weighing in on the Ukraine-Russia war and not just by challenging Vladimir Putin to a duel.
On Twitter, with which he’s currently embroiled in litigation, Musk gave some basic bullet points on how to achieve peace in Eastern Europe. His proposal is simplistic, but one can’t get too detailed in 280-characters or less. But even in its simplicity, it echoes what seems to many to be a fair plan to make Russia happy enough to make them leave Ukraine alone. Here are his bullet points: Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is will of the people.
Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake).
Water supply to Crimea assured.
Ukraine remains neutral.
With nearly 500,000 Twitter votes an hour after the Tweet dropped, around 57% disapprove of the plan. Then again, it’s Twitter so there are probably 100,000 actual votes and 400,000 bots. And even if there were no bots, it’s still just Twitter. Nobody cares.
Not that it matters since nobody on either side asked Elon Musk for a peace plan, but let’s go ahead and briefly break down his ideas.
Redoing elections would be necessary only because the west doesn’t believe people in the areas annexed by Russia actually voted for it. They think (or at least claim to think) that the election was rigged. Having a new election under “UN supervision,” as Musk requested, would be like putting Stacey Abrams in charge of counting votes in Georgia, but the sentiment is that the west would want to verify that voters are real and […]
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