Send Musk Rats to Mars First! By Brian Simpson

What is it with Musk, and other elites who warn of the coming destruction of earth, and seek to colonise Mars? Could it be an early warning sign of what the elites have in store? Once Mars is colonised there is no reason for them to preserve the earth, and you can be sure that this will be when nuclear exchanges freely occur. Too bad if Mars fails, though.

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/musk-mars-bunch-people-will-probably-die-its-glorious-adventure

“A bunch of people will probably die in the beginning,” is how Elon Musk characterized his plans of colonizing Mars last week.

Musk made the comments while speaking with Dr. Peter Diamandis on Thursday in Cape Canaveral, Florida for an event to announce a $100 million carbon removal project "aimed at helping to keep the Earth habitable while humanity seeks to become an interplanetary species," RT reported

The conversation on the live stream quickly turned to Musk's "plans" to colonize the red planet.

“A bunch of people will probably die in the beginning,” is how Elon Musk characterized his plans of colonizing Mars last week.

Musk made the comments while speaking with Dr. Peter Diamandis on Thursday in Cape Canaveral, Florida for an event to announce a $100 million carbon removal project "aimed at helping to keep the Earth habitable while humanity seeks to become an interplanetary species," RT reported

The conversation on the live stream quickly turned to Musk's "plans" to colonize the red planet.

Despite this, Musk didn't think he would have any trouble finding volunteers. “Honestly, a bunch of people probably will die in the beginning. It's tough sledging over there, you know. We don't make anyone go,” he added about a colonization project that doesn't really even exist. “It's volunteers only.”

“If we make life multiplanetary, there may come a day when some plants and animals die out on Earth, but are still alive on Mars,” Musk wrote on Twitter last week.”

 

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