Ukrainian politician furious at Elon Musk: A mistake is much more than just a mistake

"Why do some people so desperately want to defend war criminals?"

by Sead Dedovic
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Ukrainian politician furious at Elon Musk: A mistake is much more than just a mistake
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Elon Musk's decision to obstruct a major Ukrainian attack on the Russian navy prompted a sharp response as previously discussed. His actions were met with both praise and criticism, highlighting the complex geopolitical implications of his decision.

Tesla's co-founder might have faced the harshest criticism from Kiev overnight, as Mykhailo Podolyak, a senior adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, accused him of killing children. "Sometimes a mistake is much more than just a mistake.

By not allowing Ukrainian drones to destroy part of the Russian military (!) fleet via #Starlink interference, @elonmusk allowed this fleet to fire Kalibr missiles at Ukrainian cities. As a result, civilians, children are being killed.

This is the price of a cocktail of ignorance and big ego. However, the question still remains: why do some people so desperately want to defend war criminals and their desire to commit murder? And do they now realize that they are committing evil and encouraging evil?" Podolyak wrote on Twitter.

Elon Musk explains his decision

Elon Musk recently explained why he made such a decision. Namely, Musk did not want an even greater escalation of problems that could create huge problems on the world stage, not only between those two countries.

However, Ukrainians still believe that these are hypocritical statements by Elon, and that he obviously did not want to reveal his true intentions. They stressed that Elon Musk is taking advantage of the situation for his own benefit and is not really interested in solving the conflict.

Ukrainians also believe that Musk's actions are not motivated by a desire to help, but rather by a desire to gain political and economic advantages. “I think if the Ukrainian attacks had succeeded in sinking the Russian fleet, it would have been like a mini Pearl Harbor and led to a major escalation,” Musk said.

“We did not want to be a part of that”. Ukraine and Russia are still in a big conflict and the question is how long it will last.

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