Chinese State-Affiliated Media Issues a Threat to Elon Musk

Chinese state-affiliated Media issued a threat to Elon Musk claiming that "Elon Musk has released his personality too much, and he believes too much in the US and West’s “freedom of speech.” He will be taught a lesson."



The owner of this threat is Hu Xijin, a commentator and former editor and chief of the Global Times, and has issued a direct threat to an American Citizen for expressing his opinion on the war in Ukraine. This is the same author that suggested that Nancy Pelosi should be "restrained,' 'punished' by CCP for visiting Taiwan." Hu went as far as to claim that Pelosi's visit was an "invasion," and suggested shooting down the speaker's plane if U.S. fighter jets escort it to Taiwan.


His threat is in response to Elon Musk discussing alternative ideas about how to bring about peace to the war in Ukraine.

While many people may agree or disagree with Musk and his opinion about how to end the War in Ukraine, it does not take away that this war has caused many deaths and financial consequences worldwide. Musk is concerned about the war and brought his SpaceX has spent $80 million on Starlink in the country. His Starlink has enabled Ukrainian citizens to stay connected to the internet after the start of the war.

This begs the question as to why Chinese state-run papers allow their reporters to issue threats to American citizens for their opinions. Americans believe in a free press and that their opinions should not be subject to threats of intimidation or censorship.


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