Not really the same
I've been placing Musk and Bezos and Zuckerberg in the same category. Total emperors, total criminals, pure Mafia.
Unfair. Musk doesn't belong there. He doesn't want to run the universe and doesn't think he IS the universe. He has expressed some remarkably sane views on education
and AI. (The latter may be self-serving as stock manipulation, but nevertheless the view is sane and people listen because Musk is Musk.)
Comparing the current situation with 100 years ago, the early days of both radio and autos, Musk fits perfectly with the 'serial entrepreneurs' who got those industries going. Big plan, big start, overreach, fail. The factories and patents left behind by those Big Start dudes were usually taken over by less dramatic and more competent managers. The Big Starters sometimes tried to retake the factory, but never succeeded.
BezOS and Zuckerberg belong in the same class with SorOS. Perfect universe-smashing demons.