Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport
Elon Musk, the renowned CEO of SpaceX and a philanthropic billionaire, recently found himself amid a global controversy. According to a forthcoming biography by author Walter Isaacson, Musk made a critical decision to suspend Starlink, his company’s satellite communication network, over Crimea. This decision was taken to prevent a possible Ukrainian attack on Russian warships, which has ignited intense debate.
The profound concern of a potential escalation into nuclear warfare drove Musk’s decision. In an interview with Isaacson, Musk questioned his involvement in the conflict, stating that Starlink was designed for peaceful purposes such as entertainment, education, and connectivity, not for military actions like drone strikes.
BREAKING: ELON MUSK TURNED OF STARLINK TO STOP UKRAINIAN ATTACK ON RUSSIA— Sulaiman Ahmed (@ShaykhSulaiman) September 7, 2023
Elon Musk covertly instructed his team of engineers to deactivate his company's Starlink satellite communications network along the Crimean coastline during a Ukrainian offensive.
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He further expressed his belief that had the Ukrainian attacks succeeded in sinking the Russian fleet, it could have triggered a significant escalation akin to a mini Pearl Harbor. Musk feared this would lead to a significant conflict, possibly even a nuclear war, which he sought to avoid.
ELON PREVENTS NUCLEAR WAR?— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) September 7, 2023
Elon Musk covertly instructed his engineers to deactivate Starlink's satellite communications network during a MAJOR Ukrainian offensive.
This action was taken to intentionally thwart a surprise attack by Ukraine against the Russian naval fleet.
Musk clarified that the regions in question were not activated in Starlink, and SpaceX did not deactivate anything arbitrarily. He revealed that government authorities had urgently requested the activation of Starlink to Sevastopol, with the apparent intention of striking the Russian fleet at anchor. Musk’s refusal was based on not wanting SpaceX to be complicit in a significant act of war and conflict escalation.
While Musk’s decision has faced criticism from some quarters, arguing that it hindered Ukraine’s strategic interests, others acknowledge that it may have prevented a catastrophic escalation of the conflict. Musk’s primary concern throughout was the inadvertent role his technology could play in triggering a devastating war.
The source was CNN referencing Walter Isaacson's biography.— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) September 7, 2023
Thank you for clarifying the facts, and glad to see Starlink was not activated in such a contentious territory.
Isaacson’s upcoming book, “Elon Musk,” promises to shed more light on this episode, offering insights into Musk’s perspective and the factors that shaped his decision. The situation underscores the complex ethical and geopolitical challenges tech leaders like Musk face in an increasingly interconnected world.