Tesla CEO Elon Musk sparked a flurry of speculation when he spoke of his death under “mysterious circumstances”. Musk said on Twitter: “If I die in mysterious circumstances, it’s nice to know you (sic)”. Interestingly, Musk also shared a tweet that appears to be a communication saying he is involved in “supplying fascist forces in Ukraine with military communications equipment” amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Just a week after announcing the decision to buy the microblogging platform for $44 billion, Musk sparked a buzz on Twitter by posting about the death in “mysterious circumstances”. Before that, Elon Musk shared a post warning him to be “held responsible like an adult” for providing Starlink hardware using military aid to war-torn Ukraine. The communication purports to be from Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin to Russian media, in which he calls out Musk for his association with the war.
“…the Internet terminals of Elon Musk’s Starlink company were delivered to militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol by military helicopters. According to our information, the delivery of Starlink equipment was carried out by the Pentagon,” the Roscosmos boss reportedly told Russian media. “Elon Musk is therefore involved in supplying the fascist forces in Ukraine with military equipment. And for that, Elon, you will be held responsible like an adult – no matter how crazy you play,” added Rogozin.
The communication further claimed that the equipment was delivered to the war-ravaged country from the Pentagon, the headquarters of the US Department of Defense. Musk, in a statement, wrote, “The word ‘Nazi’ does not mean what he seems to think it means.” Musk’s cryptic tweet about his death under mysterious circumstances came after that. The Tesla owner’s death threat has since raged across the internet and people have reacted to it.
If I die in mysterious circumstances, it’s good to know you
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 9, 2022
Russia announces space war against Starlink satellites
Musk sharing the communication from the head of Russia’s space agency comes just days after reports claimed that Space X’s Starlink internet constellation had angered Russia because it was reported that the constellation was being used to guide and modify the fire on the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet, the cruiser Moskva and it sank because of it. This was revealed by new data from the General Staff of the Russian Federation.
Dmitry Medvedev ordered the destruction of the Starlink satellite constellation located on the territory of the Russian Federation, the special military operation zone and the Black Sea basin in order to ensure the safety of all units participating in the special military operation. He further stated that Russia has no intention of militarizing outer space, but neither would it allow others to do so, suggesting that it would take action against anyone. would attempt to weaponize outer space. Earlier it was reported that Musk’s Starlink satellite technology was helping an elite Ukrainian drone unit destroy Russian weapons, according to the report. London time.
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