Elon Musk Takes a Controversial Stance on End of Life

Billionaire entrepreneur describes himself as a freedom fundamentalist. Freedom is a word that comes up a lot with Elon Musk, the whimsical CEO of EV maker

Tesla. The billionaire has almost made it the cornerstone of his actions and initiatives.  It is in the name of free speech, which is a derivative from freedom, that

he said he acquired for $44 billion the social network Twitter, which he defines as the town square of our time. "Given that Twitter serves as the de facto public town

square, failing to adhere to free speech principles fundamentally undermines democracy. What should be done?" he asked last March. A few days later he started buying Twitter

shares and made a takeover offer in the process.'Will Own No House' It is also in the name of free speech that the serial entrepreneur decreed a general armistice on Twitter

by reactivating most of the accounts banned by Twitter 1.0, including that of former President Donald Trump for violation of the internal policy against xenophobia, violence,

racism, anti-Semitism and the spread of disinformation. In addition, freedom is at the center of his ambition to colonize the planet Mars. "When you start the 1st Mars

colony @elonmusk what documents would you recommend using to establish a governing system? U.S. Constitution/Bill of Rights? Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Humanist

Manifesto? Atlas Shrugged? Against the State: An Anarcho-Capitalist Manifesto?" publisher Michael Shermer asked him in June 2018.