The Church Pop website posted an article titled "Did Elon Musk Defend Humanae Vitae? Sex Without Procreation is “Absurd,” Tesla CEO Says" showing Elon Musk to be "defend[ing] Catholic teaching":
Musk reportedly does not consider himself religious, and may not even realize that he defended Catholic teaching.
However, he definitely suggests he does not believe in contraception, one of the basic principles of Pope St. Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical, which confirmed the Catholic Church’s long-standing teaching against contraception, abortion, and sterilization. [https://www.churchpop.com/2021/11/11/did-elon-musk-defend-humanae-vitae-sex-without-procreation-is-absurd-says-tesla-ceo/]
Moreover, Dinesh D’Souza thinks that Musk can be the "anti-Soros":
Soros wants to change the world, and he’s doing it. Musk is also changing the world, through his entrepreneurial ventures, through his space program, but he’s not doing the thing that he most needs to do right now. Let’s remember that Musk has vastly greater resources than Soros. Musk is the richest man in the world, leaving even Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates in the dust. At this writing, his net worth is estimated at around $300 billion. That’s 300,000,000,000.
I want Musk to consider becoming the anti-Soros. Even that is putting it too negatively. What I mean is that Musk needs to do more to get into the fight over saving capitalism and saving America. Both are under siege right now from the Biden administration and the left. The Democrats have gone full socialist, and if they had their way they would irreversibly destroy free markets and, in the process, the country itself. Elon Musk can help to save it.
Musk’s failure so far to do so is not a failure confined to him: It’s a failure that describes the entrepreneurial class itself. Entrepreneurs are a very focused breed. Joseph Schumpeter, in his classic work “The Entrepreneur,” describes these men (and most of them are men) zooming in laser-like on their novel projects, isolating themselves from the rest of society, seeking to convert their imagination into reality and to build something truly new.
In the process, however, entrepreneurs reveal their blind spot. Their blind spot is that they can’t see that the success of their own efforts doesn’t just depend on them or their own business. It also depends on the infrastructure of markets and opportunity that makes their success possible. To illustrate my point, let’s consider what would have happened to Musk’s creative genius had he migrated not to America but, say, to Sri Lanka or Afghanistan.
In that case, I’m quite sure, Elon Musk would not have become Elon Musk. I’m quite sure Musk knows this, and he’s deeply grateful for the opportunities that America has given him. And normally America offers these to immigrants like Musk and me without asking anything in return. Today, however, American exceptionalism is deeply imperiled, which is why immigrants like me are fighting as hard as we can to protect it.
There’s so much we need to do. Musk doesn’t need to figure out what; I’ve already got it figured out. We need a news network, not merely a cable news network but a lifestyle network, like CBS or ABC. We need an online university with a dream-team of the best scholars in the world that would offer a world-class education for a fraction of what it costs today to go to an elite college. We need a new, censorship-free alternative to Facebook and a new search engine that would break Google’s monopoly.
There’s more. And Musk can do some of this, or all of it, without putting a serious dent in his portfolio. In sum, it would cost him very little, and it would help society a great deal. So this is an open invitation to Elon Musk to contact me. I’ll give him my blueprint on what needs to be done. I’ll even get it done. [https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/your-turn-elon-musk_4152164.html?utm_source=Morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-12-14&mktids=8d0a9ee3fc534fe4d161677b547ba9ab&est=w2ldwmtww8egChIwLVO2z8m8wmdST0RLSYeQO6EB9fH2zP9qZqSXcTvZs9SY]