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Musk’s Warning To Humanity Underpins A Growing Movement Among Billionaires

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Silicon Valley tech billionaires, including Elon Musk, are increasingly concerned about declining birth rates globally and are advocating for pro-natalist policies.

Musk has voiced his concerns about the threat posed by a declining population and has called for the incentivizing of childbearing.

“If the alarming collapse in birth rate continues, civilization will indeed die with a whimper in adult diapers,” he wrote. (Trending: Is It Time For Joe Biden To Drop Out Of 2024?)

“Having children should be incentivized, not be a financial penalty like it is in most countries!” Musk posted on X.

“We must create the next generation of humans or spiral into oblivion,” he added.

The ideology of natalism, which promotes reproduction, is gaining traction, with several countries recently adopting pro-natal policies.

The U.S. has seen a significant drop in fertility rates, and Musk has expressed serious concerns about population decline.

The adoption of natalism among the wealthy elite in Silicon Valley is linked to the longtermism movement, which emphasizes having a positive influence on future generations.

“Contrary to what many think, the richer someone is, the fewer kids they have. I am a rare exception. Most people I know have zero or one kid”, Musk wrote, expressing his desire for the wealthy to have more children. (Trending: CNN Poll Is Bad News For Biden)

Notably, wealthy individuals such as Peter Thiel and Steve Jurvetson have invested heavily in fertility centers and technologies.

The natalist movement is also influenced by religious beliefs and concerns about the preservation of freedom, equality, and climate awareness.

While some view this viewpoint as a form of eugenics, proponents argue that it is about giving future generations the best opportunities.

“I don’t think it’s appealing to just Silicon Valley people,” pronatlist.org founder Malcolm Collins said. “It’s more like anyone who is familiar with modern science and familiar with the statistics is aware that this is an issue, and they are focused on it.”

“The reason why you see Silicon Valley people disproportionately being drawn to this is they’re obsessed with data enough, and wealthy enough, to be looking at things — and who also have enough wealth and power that they’re not afraid of being canceled,” he added.

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