Elon Musk

Billionaire Elon Musk.
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‘Make more babies’: Elon Musk slams ‘genocide of future humans’

Father of 10 Elon Musk hasn’t stopped advocating for procreation and recently spoke out against people deciding not to have kids.

Elon Musk

Billionaire Elon Musk.
Image via Twitter (@SurrvivorAday)

South African-born US-based business mogul Elon Musk Musk has a total of 10 children and feels very strongly about populating Earth. Previously, the SpaceX and Tesla founder once joked that he would be having enough children to populate Mars and also shared his thoughts on there not being enough babies born anymore.

Last week, he spoke up about birth control and its adverse effects on women. And now he has tweeted about how few births are affecting the world.

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Elon Musk continues to advocate for more babies

When Elon Musk isn’t busy being the world’s wealthiest man, he is procreating.

The billionaire has fathered 10 children so far and if his jokes are to be taken seriously – he won’t be stopping anytime soon.

In fact, the 52-year-old once joked that “Mars needs people.”

Elon Musk
Elon Musk was spotted with his three-year-old son X at the 2024 Super Bowl Championship on Sunday, 11 February. Image via IG (@michaelrubin)

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This is not the first time he has spoken about how underpopulated the world is.

In fact, he was criticised for encouraging people to continue having children to help populate the planet.

In 2022, a very adamant Musk even tweeted, “If there aren’t enough people for Earth, then there definitely won’t be enough for Mars.”

The big birth control problem

This year, Musk’s instance on populating Earth became clear after he bemoaned hormonal birth control.

Taking to his app X, the Tesla billionaire tweeted about the negative effect hormonal birth control has on women who use it.

“Hormonal birth control makes you fat, doubles risk of depression & triples risk of suicide. This is the clear scientific consensus, but very few people seem to know it,” he wrote.

Genocide of the human race

Clearly very passionate on the subject, Musk just headed online to advocate against the “genocide of the human race”.

Taking to X, Musk responded to a tweet detailing how the declining birthrate has had a negative impact on the world.

“This is a genocide of future humans,” he wrote. Take a look below:

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