10 Of The Most Censored Things About Elon Musk!
1. Elon is not a scientist but says 5G is “fine”.
Elon Musk had this to say to Joe Rogan on his podcast:
“The most 5G phones can do is slightly warm up your ear, only by a tiny amount…. If you had an ear warmer, that’s your phone, it won’t cause DNA damage, so don’t worry about, sleep easy at night, don’t worry about your phone. If you had a helmet that was made of cells phones you would be fine”.
2. His Dad Errol Musk
His dad Errol Musk seems to be the darkest and most private aspect of his life, and reports suggest he was mentally abusive. While Musk talks about most topics, he refuses to talk about his father saying “He’s good at making life miserable. I don’t know how someone becomes like him.” In a 2017 interview with Rolling Stone, Elon recalled having a painful childhood because of his father “he was such a terrible human being,” Musk said at the time. “You have no idea… My dad will have a carefully thought-out plan of evil. He will plan evil.” Also to note his father Errol married his stepdaughter Heidi Bezuidenhout who he had known since she was 4 years old, the daughter Jana Bezuidenhout, who he was married to for 18 years.
3. Elon was a WEF young leader
One of the pillars of the WEF 2019 document on Digital IDs is social platforms (the twitter logo is there). It’s not a coincidence Elon was a WEF young leader graduate and bought twitter in 2022 in time for the Digital ID push. One can suspect that Elon’s twitter purchase is to usher in Digital ID’s which is a gateway to the social credit system.
4. PayPal, X.com and Elon’s inspiration of the China’s WeChat compliance app
In the late 90s, Elon Musk developed a plan for X.com, a digital financial hub of the future. At the time people said he was crazy and that consumers would never trust the security of the internet for online banking. With the help of a merger with Peter Thiel, it became PayPal, eBay purchased PayPal for $1.5 billion – netting Elon $250 million. But it didn’t quite hit the mark of his original plan for X.com, a digital ID biometric surveillance system inspired by China’s WeChat, a biometric ID app that checks data to ensure China citizens are up to date on their compliance. Elon recently admitted that the $44 billion purchase of Twitter is effectively turning Twitter into WeChat – a social media app for surveillance and obedience, an app that knows everything about you. Yes, we all know he did a major PR stint walking in to the HQ with a sink and fired a ton of people, promising a fair and balanced platform that will remove bots and introduce a transparent approach to censorship, but how can we trust someone who advocates against censorship be supporting China’s obedience or lose privileges app.
5. Why Musk got SpaceX to become NASA’s official supplier for International Space Station.
After his near-death experience, Elon revisited his childhood dreams of going to Mars. He headed to Russia to see if he could buy a rocket himself, studying how rockets are built- aha. On their plane ride home from Russia, he declared he would build the rocket himself with a spreadsheet detailing how to do it. This was how SpaceX was born. In 2008 things were not looking great for Tesla and SpaceX. By Musk’s calculations, he only had enough money to save one company. After major PR stunts, SpaceX wins a contract to become NASA’s official supplier for the International Space Station. In 2015, SpaceX began development of the Starlink constellation of low-Earth-orbit satellites to provide satellite Internet access. Let’s park Mars for a moment and banket the Earth with 5G wireless radiation.
6. Starlink – littering our skies with debris and disrupting our health!
Starlink had years of development under SpaceX and after securing nearly $900 million in grant funds from the FCC in 2020 (who are meant to be regulating this technology). Starlink picked up pace in 2021, having 3 years of approved satellite launches now.
Starlink plans to blanket the entire planet in a usable high speed WiFi radiation (5G) saying it needs at least 10,000 satellites in orbit before it can claim to offer full service to a majority of the globe. Right now, it’s about 30% of the way there. As of November 2022, there are over 3,200 Starlink satellites in orbit and operational, according to Astronomer Jonathan McDowell. SpaceX eventually hopes to have as many as 42,000 satellites in this so-called mega-constellation – blanketing earth and all life with dangerous levels of wireless radiation.
You don’t need any special equipment to see Starlink satellites as they are visible to the unaided eye. The satellites can appear as a string of pearls or a “train” of bright lights moving across the night sky. Stargazing gone once these are littered in our skies. Members of the scientific community have raised concerns about the impact of Starlink’ low-earth orbit satellites on our health, night sky visibility and debris.
As of early Dec 2022, The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given Elon Musk’s SpaceX the go-ahead to build and launch 7,500 of its second-generation (Gen2) Starlink satellites. The FCC said that they “limit their grant to 7,500 satellites only” to address concerns about orbital debris and space safety.
SpaceX’s Starlink says it has manufactured one million end-user terminals, available to 40 countries. This is how he plans to blanket the entire planet in Wifi. In order to tap into the Starlink system, consumers must have a user terminal — a white flat dish that SpaceX sells directly to customers. With a clear view of the sky, the dishes can send and receive signals from any active Starlink satellites that are overhead. In a May filing to the Federal Communications Commission it said it had 400,000 subscribers globally.
In 2019, shortly after the deployment of Starlink’s first broadband satellites, The International Astronomical Union released an alarm-sounding statement warning of unforeseen consequences for stargazing and for the protection of nocturnal wildlife.
“We do not yet understand the impact of thousands of these visible satellites scattered across the night sky and despite their good intentions, these satellite constellations may threaten both. We want to make sure we do the right thing to make sure little kids can look through their telescope”.
If deployed, there will be nowhere left on earth free from wireless radiation with potential devasting consequences for all living things. Our skies, too will suffer from ozone depletion, space debris, collisions, cyber-attacks and many more.
Not great, right?
7. Neuralink – merging humans with AI is Elon’s sweet spot.
In 2016, Musk co-founded Neuralink, a neurotechnology startup company, with an investment of $100 million. Neuralink aims to integrate the human brain with artificial intelligence (AI) by creating devices that are embedded in the brain to facilitate its merging with machines. Such technology could enhance memory or allow the devices to communicate with software. The company also hopes to develop devices with which to treat neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and spinal cord injuries.
8. Elon Musk says people are in effect already cyborgs because they have a tertiary “ digital layer” thanks to phones, computer applications, clinging to their devices.
In Dec 2022, Elon Musk said Neuralink brain implant is nearing human trials. Musk recently said Neuralink is like substituting a piece of your skull with a smartwatch. It’s basically there to connect computers to brains, and in the meantime the Start-up has been testing its prototype hardware implant on monkeys. Musk showed a video of one of Neuralink’s lab monkeys, Pager, with a brain implant playing “mind Pong”
We know AI does its best work once we have Internet of Things (IoT) & Internet of Bodies (IoB), once they can read and write bodily activity. Integration of IoT & IoB is via 5G infrastructure- both of which Elon is a big fan of. It’s not about hacking devices, it’s about hacking your mind, reading and monitoring your body via a remote control (AI). Data is the currency.
Humans to Algorithms. Hmmm, no thanks Elon.
9. Tesla cars release more carbon emission during production than regular vehicles.
Elon had always seen a future with all-electric cars. So when Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning approached Musk to become the first investor in a company called Tesla, Elon was all in. He wanted the car to be an image of the sustainable future.
Most people think they are doing a good thing by saving the planet and buying an e-car, however Tesla’s title as a zero-emissions car is misleading, since their large, lithium-ion batteries, which are material- and energy-intensive to produce, release more carbon emissions during production than during the production of regular vehicles.
10. If Elon Musk was an ingredient, he would be High Fructose Corn Syrup
Elon musk is Twitter’s sugar daddy. Pimping your data in a bid to control and make you obedient to his rules. He’s a pimp. Everything about this guy is artificial. A fruit loop. If Elon Musk was an ingredient he would be High Fructose Corn Syrup.
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