“The unborn have no voice.” Elon Musk has again slammed abortion, this time in response to a video from World Economic Forum (WEF) contributor and population control advocate Jane Goodall.
Musk’s comments came in response to a video clip from an older interview posted by “Wide Awake Media,” in which Goodall advocates for reducing the human population.
“If I were allowed to change a few things, if I had this magic power, I would like to, without causing any pain or suffering, reduce the number of people on the planet because there’s too many of us,” Goodall stated. “It’s a planet of finite resources, and we’re using them up.”
“She is so wrong,” Musk wrote on X, formerly Twitter. “Arguing in favor [of] reducing humanity is arguing for genocide. The unborn have no voice.”
At the 2020 WEF meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Goodall claimed that most environmental problems would not exist “if there was the size of population that there was 500 years ago.”
In a recent interview with Joe Rogan, Musk blasted the far-left environmental movement that seeks to drastically reduce the number of people on the planet as a “death cult” that has a “corrosive effect on civilization.”
Musk also correctly diagnosed abortion as one of the critical problems that lead to declining birth rates without explicitly condemning the killing of the unborn.
In response to Ohio’s radical abortion amendment passed in November, Musk wrote on X that “Women in the West have been taught that an accidental pregnancy is the worst thing that could possibly happen to them.”
“Thus, they strongly oppose abortion bans as being an existential threat,” he continued. “Many men also fear that they will be unable to have ‘fun’ if abortion is outlawed.”