Zuckerberg Said in a Manifesto of Facebook to Save the World

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may not be running for presidential campaign, but he was inspired after talking to a President to put some of ideas into his declaration.

At that time he was writing a more than 5700-word article, overviewed of how social networking companies to help save the world, when he turned to some President for help.

“Progress now requires humanity coming together not just as cities or nations, but also as a global community,” Zuckerberg wrote.

What is funny in the writing is that when he talked to people, it is the time when opinions vary as the relationship between Zuckerberg and politics. Some people think he may be in preparation for the eventual presidential campaign, perhaps in 2020, he will be the most powerful competitor of Donald Trump.

As a matter of fact, there is more and more voice of approval, for Zuckerberg has become one of best public speakers in the world, and he even begin to talk about serious social problems including United Nations programs, discusses with the various countries leaders, state opposition to Trump in public, he and his wife promise to used his property to fund development of medical, educational and technology of the world.

Certainly, for Mark Zuckerberg to run for presidency, you could think of this is going down in real reality, because he has absolute voting control over Facebook, and manages a community of more than 2 billion, thus, this is far bigger number than any country on earth.

Facebook does not have any response for this manifesto yet.

In fact, this is not the first time Zuckerberg made a political statement in the position at the head of a global company with more than 2 billion users.

Just in last year’s software developers conference in San Francisco, he positioned Facebook as a unifying force for good against the current political winds of divisiveness and isolationism, detailing a plan to bring people together through an ambitious strategy of unfurling technology that jumps borders and crosses cultures.