Elon Musk hinted in a cryptic tweet that he may die “under unknown circumstances” in response to a warning from Russia’s space agency leader. “It’s been lovely knowing you,” Musk tweeted late Sunday.
The frightening tweet came after Elon Musk reposted a letter from Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin accusing him of “supplying fascist troops in Ukraine with military communication equipment.” “And for that, Elon, you will be held accountable like an adult – no matter how much you play the fool,” said the former Russian deputy prime minister, who now runs the country’s space agency.
Musk delivered SpaceX Starlink terminals to Ukraine in February at the behest of top government officials concerned that the country may lose internet connection as a result of Russian strikes. The terminals connect to the internet through SpaceX’s 2,000 satellites, allowing customers to reconnect even if their service has been lost.
According to Fox News, Rogozin lambasted Starlink on Sunday for allowing the “Nazi Azov Battalion” to use the internet. “According to the testimony of Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov, the captured commander of the 35th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, it appears that Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite company’s internet terminals were delivered to militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol by military helicopters,” Rogozin wrote.
“According to our understanding, the Pentagon was responsible for the transfer of the Starlink equipment,” Rogozin stated. “Elon Musk is so implicated in selling military communication technology to fascist troops in Ukraine.” “The word ‘Nazi’ doesn’t signify what he appears to think it does,” Musk wrote.
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The Azov Battalion, a national guard force located in Mariupol, has been used by Russia to justify its invasion of Ukraine in a “denazification” endeavor. According to Andriy Diachenko, a spokesman for the unit, up to 20% of its members are Nazis, although their worldview “has nothing to do with the official Azov doctrine.”
The unit does not support Nazism, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is Jewish. “The Azov Regiment is a member of the National Guard, not a voluntary (organization),” he declared last week, according to Fox News. “They are members of our state’s recognized army.”
Anyone interested in participating in politics (left the Azov Regiment). “Those who chose to serve in the Ukrainian National Guard became members of the Ukrainian National Guard,” the president stated. Musk’s mother, Maye Musk, responded to the post with, “That’s not funny.”
Elon and his initiatives are the reason I get up every morning full of hope, optimism, pleasure, and enthusiasm for a brighter future for mankind with Elon around. I’m sure I’m not the only one that wakes up feeling hopeful. Elon, be careful. Keep yourself protected.
You are required by the world. @elonmusk @PPathole (Pranay Pathole) 9 May 2022 “Sorry! “I’ll do all in my power to stay alive,” her son told her. Some Twitter users compared Musk’s statement to that of John McAfee, the anti-virus software pioneer who died in a Spanish jail in 2021.
Authorities determined that the quirky antivirus software entrepreneur hung himself in a Barcelona jail — despite the fact that, after being arrested on tax evasion charges in 2020, he stated that he had no intention of committing himself. “I’m at ease here.” I have acquaintances.
The cuisine is delicious. Everything is fine. “Know that it will not be my responsibility if I hang myself like Epstein,” he tweeted. Musk liked a tweet from Pranay Pathole, an Indian engineer who claimed to be concerned about his safety, on Sunday. “I wake up every morning filled with hope, optimism, joy, & enthusiasm that mankind has a better future with Elon around,” Pathole wrote.
Rogozin added that “the internet terminals of Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite firm were supplied to the militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and the Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol by military helicopters,” according to a translation of Musk’s words.
The translator went on: “As a result, Elon Musk is giving military communication equipment to the Nazi troops in Ukraine. And for that, Elon, you will be held responsible as an adult, no matter how much you play the fool.” “The term ‘Nazi’ doesn’t imply what he appears to believe it means,” Musk commented on the translation.
Rogozin’s claim, which Musk posted on Twitter, came after SpaceX’s CEO delivered user terminals for its Starlink satellite-internet system to Ukraine in February at the request of Ukrainian officials. According to Rogozin, a captured Ukrainian officer told Russian forces that the Starlink terminals were provided to “militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion” and Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol “by the Pentagon.”