Sunday, February 14, 2021

Will Elon Musk offer Vladimir Putin a South African AWB membership !!????

Well, Putin already has Dutch son in law Jorrit Fassen(married to Mariya Putina and two know off official record(off main stream media news) very well one another , so I don't see why not. 
Putin also ensured Russian farming opened competition wide to South African "white refugees"(Apartheid farmers exposed to "White Genocide" in South Africa where Musk is from) which are plentiful of financial resources(financed by Germany/Holland, UK, USA etc. to excel in just about any environment when compared to natives and regardless of how harsh one may be since there is not enough land for them on the West to "survive").

Elon Musk asks Putin if he wants to have a conversation on Clubhouse

Biden, reflecting on Senate acquittal of Trump, says 'democracy is fragile' U.K. Meets Key Vaccine Goal, Opening Path to Easing Lockdown Fox Business logoElon Musk asks Putin if he wants to have a conversation on Clubhouse Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Saturday asked Russian President Vladimir Putin if he was interested in having a conversation on Clubhouse, the up-and-coming social media platform that connects people via audio chat rather than posting status updates or sending direct messages. Musk tweeted directly to the official Twitter account of the President of Russia, asking: “would like to join me for a conversation on Clubhouse?” He followed that with a tweet entirely in Russian which translated as: “it would be a great honor to speak with you.”

It was not immediately clear why Musk was interested in chatting with the Russian dictator, or if there was any response. Since its launch less than a year ago, Clubhouse, the invitation-only audio chat app has caught the attention of tech industry bigshots like Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. It has even stirred of interest by the Chinese government to block it in the country. The iPhone-only app, once you're in, lets you start or listen into conversations on a whole host of topics, from tech to pro sports, parenting, Black literature, and so on. There are no posts, photos or videos — only people's profile pictures and their voices.

Conversations can be intimate, like a phone call, or might include thousands of people listening to a talk by boldface names, like a conference or stage interview. Think part podcast, part conference call, part social media. It's free to use and there are no ads, at least not at this point.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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