After a round of “clash”, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) kicked the ball back to the “Musk half.” The issue of Musk being called for donations by UN officials to solve the global famine problem is still fermenting. CNN reported on the 2nd,WFP Executive Director David Beasley said when he was on the media’s “New Day” program that day that he admitted that he had fallen into controversy because of his remarks.
Original title: After Musk published the “Seven Steps”, UN officials responded to his $6 billion donation conditions
The report said that Beasley responded to Musk’s tweet and assured the latter that (overhead) transparency and open source accounting systems are in place.
Beasley is a guest on the “New Day” show
“For him, even participating in this conversation will change the rules of the game, because in simple terms, we can answer his questions and we can come up with a clear plan.” Beasley told CNN, he asked We will be happy to answer any questions you have. I look forward to this discussion with him, because it involves life at stake. “
“I’m not accusing them,” Beasley added, “I’m saying, ‘Great, you made money. Now please donate some to solve a one-off crisis.”
Recently, Beasley and Tesla CEO Musk have “struck”. Beasley recently said that with the help of some of the richest people in the world (Musk is currently the world’s richest man according to Bloomberg News), the global hunger problem can be solved. He stated on the CNN program that even if it is only 2% of Musk’s current net assets, the total amount is about 6 billion US dollars. This will “help 42 million people. If we don’t help them, they will really starve to death.” . It’s not complicated.”
And just last weekend, Musk tweeted in reply, “If the World Food Program can accurately describe how the US$6 billion will solve the world’s hunger problem through a follow-up reply, I will sell Tesla’s stock now. And donate money.” On October 31, he went on to write, “But it must be open source accounting so that the public can see exactly how the money is spent.” In addition, Musk posted on Weibo and Twitter on November 2nd, Beijing time. Published Chinese poem-“Seven Step Poems” by Cao Zhi. Some people speculate that this is his interaction with WFP; but there are also speculations that Musk’s Chinese tweets may refer to two cryptocurrencies, or to share the feeling of playing a game. At present, the outside world has not been able to confirm the true intention of Musk’s tweet.
Musk: “If the World Food Program can accurately describe how the US$6 billion will solve the world hunger problem through a post reply, I will sell Tesla stock and donate it now.” “But it must be open source accounting for the public See exactly how the money is spent.”
Musk posted Cao Zhi’s “Seven Steps” on Twitter