A person who claims to represent the hacker collective Anonymous released a video in which he accuses Elon Musk, owner of Tesla, of killing dreams and destroying lives by tweeting about cryptocurrencies that he says manipulate the market.
In a video published on YouTube, the individual wore the Guy Fawkes mask and hood, a “classic” aesthetic from the Anonymous group, which gained prominence in the early part of the 2010s. In just under 4 minutes of video, the person says that Musk's public relationship with at criptomoedas denotes “a clear contempt for the average working person”.
The individual also suggests that Elon Musk "enjoyed one of the most favorable reputations of any person in the billionaire class" and, with those privileges, explore the desire many people have to live in a world with electric cars and commercial space exploration . In addition, the alleged activist said that the owner of Tesla is the only company CEO to have earned "a cult following".
O third richest man in the world he was also accused of not being a person really concerned about the future of the planet or humanity, but rather someone with a superiority complex and obsessed with being the savior of the homeland.
To illustrate this statement, an article is cited in which Tesla is accused of maintaining poor working conditions in its factories, as well as another text that says that the Musk family owned an emerald mine in Zambia.
“While working people have their dreams dashed because of their public tantrums, you continue to mock them with memes from one of your million-dollar mansions,” said the alleged Anonymous member.
In the end, the phrase was said that became a kind of signature of the group. “You might think you're the smartest person in the room, but now you've found your match. We are anonymous. We are a Legion. Wait for us”.
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According to the British portal Independent, the most popular Twitter account linked to the group, which has been active since 2011 and has 6,7 million followers, has denied involvement in the video against Musk. However, a second account, which opened in the same year and has 5,9 million followers, the majority gained in 2020, promoted the clip. So far, Elon Musk has not commented on the video.
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