Elon Musk of Tesla Motors fame unveiled his new vehicle, the “Cybertruck”, which was touted as a vehicle that would be virtually bulletproof and damage-proof, only to have two windows shattered on stage while at its debut.
CEO Elon Musk claimed the car was “bulletproof” against a 9mm handgun. But when he got Tesla’s chief designer to throw a metal ball at one of its armored windows, audible surprise could be heard as the glass smashed — twice.
“Oh my f—— God,” Musk exclaimed when it first happened. “Well, maybe that was a little too hard.”
Design lead Franz Von Holzhausen gave it another shot, this time with another window. Again, the ball cracked the glass pretty badly.
This was after the executive had already taken a sledgehammer to the side of the truck, striking it multiple times without leaving a scratch.
“We threw wrenches, we threw everything even literally the kitchen sink at the glass and it didn’t break. For some weird reason, it broke now,” Musk said, drawing laughs. “I don’t know why. We will fix it in post.” (source)
This car is an absolute joke upon first appearance, and its performance for its “debut” was even worse. Nobody with a sane mind would consider buying this, and it is highly unlikely that nobody ever would. This would seem to be a major financial “loss” and “embarrassment” to his company. However, is this actually the case? In fact, is the purpose of this whole ordeal, not to mention the infamous Tesla car, which has a reputation for exploding into flames, something with a greater purpose beyond what it seems?
Tesla cars is not profitable, and this has been known for a while. In fact, their financials are so bad that many are surprised they have not gone under sooner. However, the same can be said about both Amazon and the post office, both of which run massive debts yet never seem to be worried about the future or, in the case of Amazon, turning a profit. This is because it is publicly acknowledged with the post office and increasingly so with Amazon by way of her contracting services, that both are funded by the government, the former as a part of the mail service, and the latter as an absolutely private corporation which handles the government’s data.
Amazon does not make the largest bloc of her money from selling trinkets of all types. Most of her money, and certainly the profitable aspect, comes from selling data to the government either by way of her customers or by way of storing and analyzing data. This is hear marketplace that goes largely unspoken. It is similar to how for many nations, the trade in illegal drugs is both funded by the government as well as makes up a large, unspoken part of her GDP, and this also includes the US as well as Russia.
Considering this, one must naturally ask if Musk’s “genius” corporation is not a reflection of some unknown mastery that only he possesses, but is because he is essentially an actor for a fake company that is the government and is selling questionable products to the public in order to test out certain products or aspects of a product for future use in some military project.
I note this in particular because of the famous (and at times also flammable) batteries in these cars, which are filled with rare earth elements.
Musk himself has come out and warned of shocks to the rare earth market before and how it could affect his car prices.
I have written extensively on rare earth minerals that you can find in the Shoebat archives. Rare earth elements are just as critical as petroleum or gold because these substances are used in high-technology applications that allow for modern life and the development in AI, computers, robotics, and other technologies to exist. There is reason to indicate that much of the US expansion into sub-saharan Africa, the Sahel region, Congo, as well as the US invasion of Afghanistan was done at least in part to secure supplies of rare earth elements against other nations, most importantly Russia and China.
Super batteries are also going to be important for the future, for given the move towards robotics and even cyborg-type robots for military uses, they will need to have advanced batteries, likely similar to or derived from that which is being used in the Tesla cars right now, with the difference being that the current batteries are and will be looked at by future generations as prototypes of what was to come.
It should be emphasized that there is no direct proof to substantiate all of this, but the question must be considered since there is no logical way to explain the success of his company and, in this case, his virtually careless approach to this new car being marketed so boldly and with such apparent failure.
If this is the case, it does not matter how many or how few “Cybertrucks” or even Tesla cars that Musk sells, because the purpose is not about profit, but rather roping people into purchasing a product to act as a type of guinea pig for future military projects destined for the next generation of war weapons. In short, the customer gets a product that is presented as amazing but becomes something questionable, and the “research” gathered from us goes into a database for future developments apart from the stated purpose, as the stated was never the intended.