As Elon Musk Promotes Nazism, Tesla Sales Plummet 60% and He Fills a Nazi Airbase With Killer Robots

Elon Musk has been campaigning hard for a return to Nazi rule in Germany, which apparently is (yet again) bad for business in Germany.

Tesla quite understandably now can’t seem to sell its very low quality overpriced cars into one of the largest car markets in the world.

So what’s a loitering munitions factory like Tesla to do when nobody is signing up to buy from them, let alone willing to expose public spaces to risks from known buggy dangerous software?

Store all this unwanted inventory on an historic Nazi military base? Hold my beer, Tesla said, as thousands of its robots were assembled like it’s 1934 again, an evil mechanized army waiting for the orders to run over liberals after burning down the Reichstag.

Handelsblatt reports with video of the disaster waiting to happen:

Tesla currently has little idea what to do with its unsold vehicles. This was particularly evident this weekend on an old military site 70 kilometers east of Berlin. […] The scene is in extreme contradiction to Elon Musk’s statements. According to earlier information, Tesla wanted to double production in Grünheide to one million cars per year. But for the US company, the number of deliveries fell in the first quarter of 2024 for the first time in four years. …Tesla’s number fell by 64 percent.

The Neuhardenberg airfield was built by Nazis immediately after they ended democracy. It had to be a secret in order to illegally militarize Germany and stockpile machines in preparation for starting World War II.

Is it any wonder Tesla chose it? Maybe Russia will send orders to drive all these robots as an invasion force into Poland… attempting to reverse 1989.

East Germans drive their oil-belching Trabants westward

As the car company CEO promised investors in 2019:

“The fleet wakes up with an over-the-air update,” Musk said. “That’s all it takes.”

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