I think Max Boot’s Op. Ed, in the Washington Post was very restrained “Sorry, Elon Musk. You don’t have the formula to end the Ukraine war.”
But just because you’re the world’s richest person doesn’t mean you can solve every problem in the world. Musk proved that with his sophomoric tweet on Monday afternoon laying out his own personal peace plan for Ukraine:
Indeed, but I prefer the Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda
“Dear @elonmusk, when someone tries to steal the wheels of your Tesla, it doesn’t make them [the] legal owner of the car or of the wheels. Even though they claim both voted in favor of it. Just saying.”
or more to the point from The Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andrij Melnyk,
F— off is my very diplomatic reply to you @elonmusk,” he said.
Of course another response is that was proposed by the chairman of the Ukrainian parliament, Ruslan Stefanchuk via Telegram (Source: Wash Post)
“Russia withdraws from Ukraine and stops killing Ukrainian civilians.
Moscow is sold to China and disappears from the face of Earth as it has been since 1147 (until Yuri Dolgorukiy’s mistake)
Russia pays reparations to Ukraine for everything it has done
Ukraine is a member of NATO.
Look Musk, stick to stuff you know as Geo Politics (and world history for that matter) are clearly not your forte.