Elon Musk’s Tweet: Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that Japan would “finally end (its) existence without a high birth rate.” On Monday, Musk’s tweet caused a flurry of reactions on social media. A large number of those who expressed their opinion on this issue were those who targeted the Japanese government.

Musk tweeted over the weekend, “With the risk of stating the obvious, unless something changes to make the birth rate exceed the death rate, Japan will eventually lose its existence. This would be a great loss to the world.” ”

Let us tell you that the population of Japan was at its peak in 2008 but after that it has seen a decline due to low birth rate. But Japan remains the world’s third-largest economy, hosts a host of global giants from car makers to game developers, and is a vital link in global semiconductor supply chains.

different reactions of people
“What’s the point of tweeting this,” wrote Tobias Harris, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. He wrote, “The concern about Japan’s demographic future is not that ‘Japan will cease to exist’ but the profound social disorganizations resulting from the decline of low population levels.”

But several Japanese commentators said the situation was not surprising. He criticized the Japanese government for not taking necessary steps to address the problem, such as building more daycare centers and making it easier for women to return to work after having children.

Twitter user sroff wrote, “They keep saying that the birth rate is falling, but given that the government is not taking concrete steps to deal with it, what can we say? Whatever they say and do, It’s contradictory. In this environment, who’s going to say, ‘Okay, let’s have a baby’? I feel disappointed for Japan.”

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