Thursday, September 7, 2023

Elon Musk modeled the Cyber Truck after his physique but, also Musk is a Nazi

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There are many who would decry this post as fat shaming and say it doesn't matter who the target is because America is a fat-phobic country and ascribes blame to anyone who is overweight as a personal failings.

Look no further than the Oliver Anthony Rich Men North of Richmond, which even though Anthony hates Republicans as much as Democrats, recycles the old Reaganite Welfare Queen trope;

Lord, we got folks in the street, ain't got nothin' to eat
And the obese milkin' welfare
Well, God, if you're five-foot-three and you're three-hundred pounds
Taxes ought not to pay for your bags of Fudge Rounds

Which, I take personal affront towards and feel no shame in pointing out Anthony is no svelte David Bowie.  Which leads us back to the obese weird fat little Nazi Elon Musk.

Sized to fit Musk's
huge ego and ass

Musk, is in the stage of flailing about looking for a scapegoat for his self-inflicted Dumpster Fire, and Musk whose Free Speech Absolutelism stretches only as far as the broken arms of his thinly-veiled Nazi Swastika stand-in X

And as with all Nazis, Musk finds the Jews to be the easiest, most readily available target and one he and his fanboys are predisposed to hate.

Since buying Twitter last year, Elon Musk has developed a seeming obsession with the Anti-Defamation League.


Over the past several days, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, has posted at least 25 times about the ADL, a nonprofit Jewish group that fights antisemitism.

His fixation grew Monday, when Musk threatened to sue the group — initially for $4 billion, and subsequently up to $22 billion — claiming the organization’s criticism of his management of X has led to a 60 percent drop in advertising revenue. In one post, he said the ADL was “trying to kill this platform.”

It all began in November when the ADL called on advertisers to pause their spending on the social media site “until it becomes clear whether Twitter remains committed to being a safe place for advertisers as well as society overall.” 

Musk may also be aggrieved by an ADL report issued in May that found “an increase in antisemitic content on the platform and a decrease in the moderation of antisemitic posts.” 

Forward has taken this year to tracking and covering some of Elon Musk's "disturbing remarks".  This is who Musk is and always has been.  A white supremacist Apartheid loving Anti-Semite who has aggressively platformed the worst bigots and propagandists.  And whatever they do or incite others to do Musk will simply XXX out his Oh, believe me I'm pro free speech but, anti-semtic... whilst his fanboys march, swig heil, and murder.

Will Musk Fanbois really shell out 100K for this jalopy?

I should also point out Musk is a terrible businessman, or rather he's an exceptional American Businessman because he has mastered, abso-fucking-lutely, mastered the Art of Socializing the Losses and Privatizing the Profits.

BUFFALO, N.Y.—New York spent nearly $1 billion over the past decade on Elon Musk’s ambitious plan for what was supposed to be the largest solar-panel factory in the Western Hemisphere, one of the largest-ever public cash outlays of its kind.

“You almost have to pinch yourself, right?” New York’s then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a construction ceremony for the factory in 2015. “That this is too good to be true.”

Eight years later, that looks like a pretty good assessment. 

New York state paid to build a quarter-mile-long facility with 1.2 million square feet of industrial space, which it now owns and leases to Tesla TSLA -0.17%decrease; red down pointing triangle for $1 a year. It bought $240 million worth of solar-panel manufacturing equipment. Musk had said that by 2020 the Buffalo plant each week would churn out enough solar-panel shingles to cover 1,000 roofs.

The Tesla solar-energy unit behind the plan, however, is averaging just 21 installations a week, according to energy analysts at Wood Mackenzie who reviewed utility data. The building houses some factory workers, but also hundreds of lower-paid desk-bound data analysts working on other Tesla business.  

The suppliers that Cuomo predicted would flock to a modern manufacturing hub never showed up. The only new nearby business is a Tim Horton’s coffee shop. Most of the solar-panel manufacturing equipment bought by the state has been sold at a discount or scrapped.

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