Elon Musk attacked for proposing a ‘Russia-Ukraine peace plan’ – ‘Fuck off is my very diplomatic reply to you’ | tech news

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All hell breaks loose tonight after Tesla CEO Elon Musk proposed a “Russia-Ukraine peace plan,” which has angered Ukraine’s president, blue-tick gatekeepers, journalists, government officials and NAFO members.

On Monday, Musk posted a tweet offering the possibility of a peaceful solution to end the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine to prevent World War III and a nuclear war.

In a poll titled “Ukraine-Russia Peace,” Musk asked over 100 million of his Twitter followers to vote on whether or not they think it’s a good idea to propose a “rerun” of the elections of the four annexed regions of eastern Ukraine , who voted last week to be part of the Russian Federation. In addition, Musk also said that the peace deal would also be conditional on Ukraine remaining neutral and not becoming a future member of NATO.

About an hour after the tweet went live, the majority of Musk fans voted yes for peace. But it wasn’t long before Musk was receiving angry reactions from pundits, politicians, government officials, blue-tick gatekeepers, journalists, bots, pundits, and even bots.

Then, a few hours after the poll went live, which by then showed nearly 40% said yes and just over 60% voted against, Musk said that was the case being attacked by bots.

Musk’s proposed “Ukraine-Russia peace plan” also caught the attention of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. “Which Elon Musk do you like?” Zelensky sarcastically responds to Musk’s poll.

In a poll of his six million followers, Zelensky asked if they would rather have Elon if he “supports Ukraine” or “supports Russia” — knowing that Musk’s original tweet and poll showed no “support” for Russia.

Zelenskyj is not alone. Ukrainian diplomats and others, such as the ambassador of Kyiv to Germany, also lashed out at Musk… “Piss off is my very diplomatic reply to you,” Ambassador Andriy Melnyk tweeted in response to Musk’s poll.

It didn’t stop there as the stack continues. Within four hours, Musk received a spate of hate mail and replies accusing Musk of being somehow a pro-Kremlin stooge.

But Musk didn’t back down. He went on to warn of the possible outcome if a peace deal is not reached.

Musk replied to Renata Konkoly, “You assume I want to be popular. I do not care. It is important to me that millions of people die needlessly for an essentially identical outcome.

“Russia is conducting a partial mobilization. They go to full war mobilization when Crimea is in danger. Death on both sides will be devastating. Russia has more than three times the population of Ukraine, so Ukraine’s victory in an all-out war is unlikely. If you care about the Ukrainian people, seek peace,” Musk added

It didn’t end there. US politicians also joined in the mockery of Musk. Congressman Adam Kinzinger said:

“This idea reminds me of fourth grade social studies where we did a peace plan between the USSR and the United States. We thought if Gorbachev and Reagan were forced to eat an American dinner and a Russian one, they would become real friends,” he tweeted.


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