Father of climate change guru Tesla CEO Elon Musk Errol says Africans aren’t clever, foreign labor schemes like those of his son might hurt U.S. workers, questions whether segregation of South African apartheid hadn’t had had “palpable reasons,” and Errol says he stays in touch with his Silicon Valley darling son despite Elon’s denials of that.
Wrote Elon Musk’s father Errol about Africans:
On the subject of the name [historical African region] Azania, this comes from the time of the Roman Empire and refers to places (generally North Africa) where the people are not particularly capable or clever.
Wrote father Errol on March 9th, reinforcing his opposition to Elon’s support for foreign labor imports to the United States:
Bringing in foreign workers and leaving out Americans is madness and will lead to the downfall of the US just as it did Rome.
“Sen.” [Lindsey] Graham [R-S.C.] is a dope. It’s stamped on his forehead.
Plus the money sent out of the USA to the families of foreign workers amounts to hundreds of billions of dollars lost to the US fiscal net (like a father who passes by the bar on payday and drinks out a third of his wages leaving the family with only 2/3 of his wages to get by on. It’s money lost to the family unit and the US is a giant family unit).
In Oct. 2015, Sen. Graham called for an increase in legal foreign immigrants to displace native workers. As Graham told CNBC then, “I want to increase legal immigration because we’re going to have a shortage of workers over time.”
Two years ago, Elon Musk’s father questioned whether there might have been good reasons for apartheid South Africa to force racial integration on its citizens. Wrote Musk’s father then:
One might make better headway by asking: why were the Europeans and Americans so set on segregation policies? Were they just mean? Or were the Europeans and Americans of those days just plain stupid? Could there have been palpable reasons?
On Wednesday, after Elon Musk suggested he’d decline to counsel President Trump over the president’s departure from the Paris climate agreement, GotNews released important financial records from Elon Musk’s first divorce, which call into question the financial prowess of the media-exalted CEO.
In Nov. 2016, son Elon sounded the alarm about the earth’s demographic crisis—about the incapable suddenly, organically flooding the planet. Said the clean-energy executive Elon Musk, and one of the world’s wealthiest individuals, in reaction to a report that a “population bomb” had “imploded:”
“[The] consequences of population implosion [have been] greatly underestimated. [An] upside down demographic pyramid can’t support social services.”
Consequences of population implosion greatly underestimated. Upside down demographic pyramid can't support social services.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 19, 2016
The Tesla CEO, and his ex-wife Justine, with whom he has five children, have denied that he and his father still interact. Despite the apparent influence, and Elon’s childhood decision to live with his father as opposed to his mother, Justine and Elon denied to 2015 biographer Ashlee Vance that the children will ever have any business with the children’s grandfather. Accounted Vance for a 2015 book:
Elon and Justine have vowed that their children will not be allowed to meet Errol.
In contrast with the former couple’s claims, “[My son and his family] all get together quite often,” said Errol in mid-2015.
Stay tuned for more.
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