A few days ago, Elon Musk, Vivek Ramaswamy, and David Sacks joined together for a phone conference to discuss the Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine conflicts.
Musk, as usual, had some profound insight.
“In theory, it should be easy to avoid World War III because no one wants it,” said Sacks.
“I think we are sleepwalking our way into World War III with one foolish decision after another,” Musk responded. “I mean, what is the track record here? It’s not good.”
Sacks agreed, adding, “There seems to be no concept of a track record” in modern society.
“It worries me that the veterans of World War II are almost all dead,” Musk continued, “so those who remember the horrors of a world war are no longer [around].”
“Who has the visceral knowledge of what a world war is really like when people have grown up coddled in comfort? They have no concept of war,” he concluded.
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