Definitive proof that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a supervillain

    He's got a fleet of robotic rockets, a submarine car, a secret desert base and he wants to drop nuclear bombs on Mars. It's time to face the facts.

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    Given that he’s a young but brilliant engineer and entrepreneur, a visionary billionaire with a unique charm and a never-ending stream of futuristic technologies flowing from his Silicon Valley headquarters, it’s unsurprising that Elon Musk has often been compared to Tony Stark.

    But dare to scratch beneath the surface and it becomes frighteningly clear that the Tesla CEO and Space X founder is, in fact, far more villainous in his intent than the heroic Iron Man.

    While Tony Stark busies himself with protecting the world from evil, Musk is obsessed with persuading the public towards electric cars, powered by a cluster of snakelike, Doctor Octopus-style fast chargers of his own design.

    Still unconvinced? Allow us to argue this worrying point further, with ten points that we believe finally offers definitive proof that Elon Musk is a supervillain.

    He’s got a supervillain name

    When was the last time you heard of a man named John Smith threatening to blow up the world with a giant ray gun, or poison the world’s water supply?

    When was the last time you heard of a man named John Smith threatening to blow up the world with a giant ray gun, or poison the world’s water supply?

    He was born in South Africa

    South Africa’s chief export is villainy as anybody who’s watched Lethal Weapon 2 or District 9 will be able to tell you, and so it should come as no shock that Musk was born in Pretoria.

    South Africa’s chief export is villainy as anybody who’s watched Lethal Weapon 2 or District 9 will be able to tell you, and so it should come as no shock that Musk was born in Pretoria.

    His cars are resistant to chemical weapons

    Just some of the tricks and gizmos packed into the new Tesla Model X SUV include a button which can activate an advanced air filter that can protect the occupants inside from chemical and biological weapons.

    Just some of the tricks and gizmos packed into the new Tesla Model X SUV include a button which can activate an advanced air filter that can protect the occupants inside from chemical and biological weapons.

    He made his fortune as a tech guru

    Of course Musk is known primarily as an inventor and tech mogul, but let’s look at a list of his peers. There’s Bond villain Max Zorin who made microchips, Simpsons bad guy Hank Scorpio who ran a seemingly innocuous tech firm.

    Of course Musk is known primarily as an inventor and tech mogul, but let’s look at a list of his peers. There’s Bond villain Max Zorin who made microchips, Simpsons bad guy Hank Scorpio who ran a seemingly innocuous tech firm.

    His motivations are textbook villain

    The best villains are never evil for the sake of being evil, but instead their wrongdoing often stems from some misguided sense that they’re really helping the world.

    The best villains are never evil for the sake of being evil, but instead their wrongdoing often stems from some misguided sense that they’re really helping the world.

    He’s got the look down

    Spot the difference. SPOILERS: there is no difference.

    Spot the difference. SPOILERS: there is no difference.

    SOURCE: www.carkeys.co.uk/news/definitive-proof-that-tesla-ceo-elon-musk-is-a-supervillain

    He has the technology

    Cars which can drive themselves, robotic rockets that can land upright and re-launch themselves, a gigantic city-sized solar panel installation, an electrically-powered jet concept that can take off and land vertically…

    Cars which can drive themselves, robotic rockets that can land upright and re-launch themselves, a gigantic city-sized solar panel installation, an electrically-powered jet concept that can take off and land vertically…

    He owns the Spy Who Loved Me submarine Esprit

    The Bond connection continues thanks to the fact that Musk owns one of the most iconic film cars ever, the famous submersible Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me.

    The Bond connection continues thanks to the fact that Musk owns one of the most iconic film cars ever, the famous submersible Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me.

    He’s got a mysterious secret base

    Maybe it’s not as glamorous as a moon base or a volcano lair, but Musk’s Tesla HQ deep in the Nevada desert is probably a bit more practical but equally as mysterious.

    Maybe it’s not as glamorous as a moon base or a volcano lair, but Musk’s Tesla HQ deep in the Nevada desert is probably a bit more practical but equally as mysterious.

    Hyperloop or monorail…?

    The Hyperloop is arguably Musk’s most ambitious project yet, a Futurama-style pneumatic tube transportation system that he says will be able to propel people through it at up to 760mph.

    The Hyperloop is arguably Musk’s most ambitious project yet, a Futurama-style pneumatic tube transportation system that he says will be able to propel people through it at up to 760mph.

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    Comments (21)

    • and who's the superspy that's gonna try to apprehend the supervillain to justice? Jeremond May...

        2 years ago
    • Best article on the internet.

        3 years ago
      • I completely agree!

          3 years ago
      • Maybe the new GT3 RS is Musk's thing, too: Big wing and manual gears. At least you invented the famous organ, Richard! Btw, I once met Jay Kay in Cologne three years ago in a restaurant, no one recognized him! He is a really cool guy! We chatted a...

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          3 years ago
    • My gran was South African and she didn't have a bad bone in her body.

        3 years ago
      • No offence to South Africans Sam, this was purely satirical.

          3 years ago
      • I know. My comment was meant to be somewhat lighthearted

          3 years ago
    • this right here is the best thing on the internet

        3 years ago
    • Nah, he is just a subsidy sponge.

        2 years ago

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