Dmitry Rogozin, general director of the state corporation Roscosmos, commented on billionaire Ilon Musk’s words this morning, saying that no one needs him and also recommending that he think about whose side he is on.
No one needs you. Stop fooling around. Today my country celebrates a great day, Victory Day over Fascism. After what you did by supplying military communications to the Ukrainian Nazis, unfortunately I can’t congratulate you on this holiday. Think, Ilon, whose side you’re on.
Recall that the Tesla and SpaceX CEO left the following message this morning: “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it would be great to know you.” He published it after Dmitry Rogozin warned him of the need to “answer in a mature manner” for the transfer of Starlink satellite equipment sets to Ukraine.
Elon Musk also expressed doubt about whether Rogozin correctly understood the meaning of the word “Nazism,” to which the head of Roscosmos responded as follows:
A billionaire South African, whose family made its fortune during the apartheid years, wants to explain to me, the son of a front-line soldier, a citizen of a country that lost 27 million just killed in the war with the Nazis, the meaning of the word NACISM.