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Elon Musk Says He Could Die In 'Mysterious Circumstances' After Russian Threats - Observer

Elon Musk Says He Could Die In ‘Mysterious Circumstances’ After Russian Threats – Observer

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“If you died under mysterious circumstances, it would have been nice to meet you.” Elon Musk wrote the sentence on Twitter, shortly after he published a text he says was written by Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian Space Agency, in which Musk is accused of “being involved in the supply of space equipment for military communications to fascist forces in Ukraine”.

In the transcript, the Russian official asserted that Elon Musk would be “responsible as an adult” for being a defense of Ukraine, and therefore against the Russian regime, leading to a response and warning from the Tesla owner, six minutes later, with Dmitriy Rogozin’s threats shared, first in Russian and then in English.

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at I agree With The Independent, Musk replied in the Russian publication: “I will do everything in my power to survive,” noting that he could be assassinated for his stance on Ukraine’s side.

Elon Musk challenges Putin to a one-on-one fight: ‘We’re betting on Ukraine’

Entrepreneur Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX and CEO of Tesla, has not insisted on staying away from war issues, but rather has challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin to a fight between two men. Musk wrote on social media: “I hereby challenge Vladimir Putin to one-on-one combat. At stake, Ukraine.” on one tweet Later, in which he specified the official Kremlin account, he insisted, resorting to the question: “Do you accept this fight?”

Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites allow Ukrainian families to stay connected

Regarding the war, there is the Elon Musk company that helps the Ukrainians. Starlink satellites are often the only source of internet connection available in Ukraine. The country has already received thousands of these microsatellites, coming from various Western partners, which have proven to be “very effective,” according to Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transition, Mikhailo Fedorov, for The Washington Post.

With the beginning of the invasion, using Twitter, Fedorov asked Elon Musk to help the country, and the American answered hours later: “Starlink service is already active in Ukraine. More stations are on the way.” Help was confirmed and Anton Melnik, spokesperson for the Ministry of Digital Transformation, thanked Musk for the The gesture, in a post on his Twitter account.

The invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces was carried out using tactics that included bombing cities, the use of counter-espionage, and attacking specific targets for the logistics of Ukrainian society. Often without fuel, medical equipment, water or food, Ukrainians, who shared their country’s events on social media, were also dealing with problems with Internet access.

To meet this specific challenge, these satellites have been the salvation of many citizens of Ukraine in a war that, for the first time, also assumes a digital face on a large scale.

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