Elon Musk’s Greek tweet became the agenda!
Elon Musk’s Greek tweet became the agenda! What the Greeks perceived as an “emphasis on war”, “Is it our turn?” they tweeted. revealed the problem.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, became the agenda with his tweet in Greek, which is ‘dialectical’ in Turkish. It was claimed that Musk’s tweet “emphasized war”, while raising the word Athens, which used to mean the construction of common values over a certain topic by arguing thesis and antithesis in a dialogue and ethical manner. A Greek citizen on the subject said, “Is it our turn?” said. It was remarkable that he asked the question.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, the richest business person in the world, became the agenda again with his latest tweet. Musk, who came to the agenda with the news that he will get Twitter again in the past days, tweeted in Greek from his Twitter account. One word tweet means ‘dialectic’ in Turkish.
IT HAS BEEN AGENDA IN GREECE
The concept of dialectic is used to mean the construction of common values over a certain subject by putting forward thesis and antithesis within the word root dialogue and ethical rules. While Musk’s tweet became the agenda in Greece in a short time, many people put forward thesis.
A MESSAGE TO RUSSIA AND UKRAINE?
Some have said that the famous businessman may have referred to the famous Socratic method developed through Platonic dialogues, in which two or more interlocutors reach the truth through discussion and exchange of views. Some claimed that he directly referred to the war in Ukraine and ‘calls for a solution through dialogue’.
“DO YOU FIGHT GREECE NOW?”
It is obvious that Musk, who is on the agenda with his messages about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, will not like to comment on the war again. However, Musk’s tweet received thousands of likes and responses within a few hours. Some Ukrainian citizens also targeted Elon Musk, ‘Are you going to attack Greece now?’ Wrote. One Twitter user wrote, “I guess Musk’s new target is Greece, are you going to confuse a bit?” said. A Greek citizen also supported these messages, “Is it our turn?” she asked.
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