Musk Takes On Wild Claim the United Nations Makes About World Hunger

By Nick_ Raille_07/
By Nick_ Raille_07/

The United Nations stands as a money-hungry corrupt organization that once did the job of keeping the peace around the world. Now it sits as a bloated entity trying to solve the world’s social issues by making outrageous claims about what it will take to fix border disputes and solve world hunger.

World hunger is a significant problem and should be a concern of every living soul. But when a known organization claims to solve the problem with a set dollar amount and no plan to back up the claim, red flags should be up.

The United Nations shows favoritism and partiality to countries that fit their regime status. And when it comes to socialism, they are at the top of the list. Socialists around the globe love to complain that billionaires are too rich, and they mock them and try to use governmental powers to get the billionaires to pay more of their wealth to people that sit around and do nothing.

When the United Nations demanded that billionaires give their money to solve world hunger, everyone started to listen. Most wealthy people want to help others, but they have learned to be cautious and not throw their money into the wind for a project or plan that has no structure.

But world hunger is an issue, and no one in their right mind is going to make a fuss about it, except Elon Musk. He listened as David Beasley, the director of the United Nation’s World Food Programme, claimed what it would take to end world hunger.

Beasley stated that “$6 billion to help 42 million people that are literally going to die if we don’t reach them. It’s not complicated.” Beasley and his followers forget that similar statements were made about world hunger in 2020, but that figure failed to achieve any goal at all.

The mass media has already tried to cover up his statement by stating it would “help” solve the problem if billionaires would dip into their wealth. But their attacks are not necessary as many wealthy people would if there was a plan to achieve the goal.

Elon Musk took up Beasley’s challenge with a counter statement of his own. Musk could meet that goal by donating 2 percent of his wealth. Dr. Eli David pointed out that the United Nations tried something similar just one year ago. He said that “In 2020, the UN World Food Program (WFP) raised $8.4B. How it didn’t “solve world hunger?”

The problem is not with the idea or raising the money. The issue is that there is more to ending world hunger than providing a few meals to people. Those people are going to need meals for years to come. So, the United Nations should use the money to fix the regions where they cannot grow food for themselves or find clean water. They will need to use new technologies and methods to achieve the goal.

Musk made the same point when he tweeted, “If WFP can describe on this Twitter thread exactly how $6B will solve world hunger, I will sell Tesla stock right now and do it. But it must be open source accounting, so the public sees precisely how the money is spent.”

The issue is that the United Nations is bought out by socialism, and they want to use the money for whatever they want. They do not want to see anyone questioning its usage or having oversite.

Beasley saw Musk’s tweet as an open door and stated that he would like to meet with Musk. He even said Musk could have him removed if the idea was not sound.

The facts point out that Beasley’s little plan is severely underdeveloped, and he has put zero effort into putting a plan behind the idea. The man is a fundraiser hoping to dig into the pockets of the rich so he can have money to use as he sees fit.

The rich are not as dumb as the Democrats think they are, and they know that the United Nations is a collection of money wasters. Sky News reported in 2019 that the organization wasted tons of money on lavish living. They blew through the billions of 202o and are now seeking more to live o