Elon Musk quotReferendum in Crimeaquot And Ukraine gets angry

Elon Musk: "Referendum in Crimea". And Ukraine gets angry

Elos Musk tweets his peace plan, speculates on referendums in Crimea and Donbass, and angers Ukraine. The tycoon, who has provided Kyiv with the Starlink satellite network since the beginning of the war, is debating the war with a series of tweets and polls. For the “peace” between Ukraine and Russia, Tesla’s number 1 assumes “the repetition of referenda, in the annexed regions, under the supervision of the UN Russia, as it was since 1873 (until Khrushchev’s mistake “. And again “Guaranteed water supply of Crimea ‘ and ‘Ukraine remains neutral’.

“That will most likely be the outcome in the end, it’s just a question of how many people will die before then,” he adds, noting that “a possible end to the conflict is nuclear war.”

“Russia is conducting a partial mobilization. It will carry out full mobilization if Crimea is in danger. The death toll on either side would be devastating. Russia has three times the population of Ukraine, so a victory for Ukraine is unlikely to result in an all-out war. If you care about the people of Ukraine, seek peace,” writes Musk, who offers his supporters a poll. “The will of the people living in Donbass and Crimea should be to determine whether ‘the territories’ are part of Russia or Ukraine”? Musk asks.

Among the answers, Mikhailo Podolyak, advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, stands out. “Are you trying to legitimize the absurd referendums that have taken place amid persecution, mass executions and torture? Bad way,” writes Podolyak. “No, I propose voting under UN supervision. Specify either an absolutely reliable authority or an absolutely reliable state,” says Musk, citing a “perhaps similar approach to that in Kosovo”. Podolyak does not give up: “Will the hundreds of thousands of dead people in Mariupol vote? Those who ended up in concentration camps? Elon Musk, you create rockets and dream of colonizing Mars. Russia creates mobile cremators and dreams of Ukraine as a nation disappear. It’s not about votes.”