Musk Encourages Italy To Save Culture Against Migrants

Renowned tech billionaire Elon Musk recently appeared at a festival in Rome alongside Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. During a discussion on mass migration in Europe, Musk emphasized the importance of increasing the Italian population to preserve the country’s culture.

Musk, known for his futuristic vision, expressed his belief that having children and creating a new generation is crucial for furthering human civilization. He stressed that without people procreating, there can be no new generation. Musk’s remarks came as he carried his young son onto the stage at the annual political festival Atreju, organized by Meloni’s Brothers of Italy political party.

Expressing concern over declining birth rates, Musk encouraged leaders to create incentives that make it easier for women to have children and support them. He emphasized that societies risk disappearing without a sufficient birth rate to keep the population constant.

When asked about the argument that migration could supplement declining populations in Western societies, Musk pointed out that population decline is a global issue, citing examples such as China and Japan. He asserted that countries should not depend on immigration from others to solve their population decline, as it is essential to maintain cultural identities and prevent the disappearance of nations.

The festival also saw the presence of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama. The leaders met with Meloni to discuss curbing mass migration into Europe and intensifying cooperation in combating human traffickers.

Sunak, in his speech, acknowledged the need to update laws and lead an international conversation to address the migration crisis. He warned that failing to tackle irregular migration into Europe would erode public trust in politicians and governments, leading to overwhelming numbers that exceed the capacity to provide necessary assistance.

In a joint effort, Meloni and Sunak agreed to co-finance an Italy-United Kingdom project for assisted, voluntary repatriations organized by the International Organization for Migration. The leaders also focused on their collaborative work on migration as part of the Memorandum of Understanding signed in London.

Meloni’s government recently struck a controversial agreement with Rama’s government, which could result in some migrants being sent to Albania for processing. However, the plan has faced challenges in Albania’s constitutional court.

Amidst the backdrop of the Israel-Hamas conflict and heightened tensions in Europe, Meloni expressed her concerns about the compatibility between Islamic culture and the values and rights of Western civilization. She highlighted the financing of Islamic cultural centers in Italy by Saudi Arabia, where Sharia law is in force, stating that it is distant from the values of Western civilization.