Former Russian Deputy Prime Minister Rogozin Threatens Elon Musk

Russia Rogozin x-Deputy Prime Minister threatens Elons life for Elon/SpaceX providing STARLINK satellite dishes and service to Ukraine.

Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin has been Director General of Roscosmos since 2018. He was previously Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in charge of the defense industry from 2011 to 2018, and Russia’s ambassador to NATO from 2008 to 2011

The translated tweet from Rogozin:
“From the testimony of the captured chief of staff of the 36th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov, it follows that the ground-based subscriber equipment of the Starlink satellite company Elon Musk was delivered to the militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and the Marines of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to Mariupol by military helicopters.

According to our information, the delivery and transfer to the Armed Forces of Ukraine of PO boxes for receiving and transmitting the Internet from Starlink was carried out by the Pentagon.”

“Elon Musk is thus involved in the supply of fascist forces in Ukraine with military communications.

And for this you will have to answer in an adult way, Elon, no matter how you turn on the fool.

10 thoughts on “Former Russian Deputy Prime Minister Rogozin Threatens Elon Musk”

  1. Time for Elon to go full Dr. Evil. Use one of those rockets to put some tungsten rods with a maneuver package on each in orbit. Connect them to a dead man switch. Target: use your imagination.

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  2. Can't move to the ISS in the interim, though; The Russians actually keep a gun up there. Might take a while to actually get a space station launched.

    His best immediate bet is bodyguards and living on site at Boca Chica.

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  3. If the worlds biggest mafia capo who rules a country was after me and I was Earth's richest guy with a space launcher company at my disposal, thinking about moving to space wouldn't be out of the question.

    He's pissed enough people already and now he did it internationally, against really unsavory characters known to assassinate those who annoy them.

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  4. Heed this warning.

    I really think Musk should drop the "no traditional billionaire's residence and yatches" act. And he should stop passing any time in an unsecured box home.

    He's the richest guy on Earth, and he now has real enemies who want him dead and that can and will act upon it.

    Buy a secure home and put some guards on it for goodness' sake.

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  5. Notice he did it proudly. Admitting he cannot stand fee speech is the worst admission of weakness possible. Words not only hurt him, they can destroy him, so he becomes a censor. Poor baby! The pride is the most self humiliating part, proud of one's mental illness symptoms. Notice the almost predictable assertion that someone else is doing what the power addict himself is, being a naught see. Think he will ever realize he is neurotic?

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  6. If you see a guy with an umbrella in dry weather, run!

    You're a billionaire, Elon, get used to spending some of that money on good bodyguards. And maybe shop around for a private island lair where you can control who visits.

    Eh, forget the island, just build your own space station.

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  7. Clearly in danger,
    I think Elon should use his wealth to develop a metal flying suit with fancy weapons and gadgets, then give himself a new moniker. Something that isn't trademarked.

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