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Elon Musk tweets ‘take the red pill’ in connection with alt-right awakening congratulations from Ivanka Trump

Elon Musk tweets ‘Take the red pill’ which has been linked to an alt-right awakening and congratulated by Ivanka Trump before the Matrix writer says to both of them ‘F *** both’

  • On Sunday morning, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk posted a cryptic tweet saying “Take the red pill” with a red rose emoji
  • The reference comes from the 1999 sci-fi blockbuster film The Matrix
  • The term “take the red pill” has taken on new meaning in the Internet subculture
  • It usually refers to conservative political beliefs and even an extreme right-wing view
  • Ivanka Trump then replied “Tasks!” to Musk’s tweet, which led The Matrix co-writer Lilly Wachowski to reply ‘F *** both’

Elon Musk, who is quickly becoming famous for his cryptic and often hectic tweets, added another one on Sunday evening after tweeting: ‘Take the red pill’ for his 34 million followers.

The line comes from the 1999 movie The Matrix: “You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes, ‘the film reveals.

In this case, the tweet resulted in a number of possible meanings, not all of them right.

On Sunday morning, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk posted a cryptic tweet saying “Take the red pill” with a red rose emoji

Ivanka Trump then replied “Tasks!” on Musk’s tweet

The response prompted The Matrix co-writer Lilly Wachowski to reply 'F *** all you'

The response prompted The Matrix co-writer Lilly Wachowski to reply 'F *** all you'

The response prompted The Matrix co-writer Lilly Wachowski to reply ‘F *** all you’

Some Twitter users saw Musk’s ‘red pill’ as an indication that he was taking up the Republican mantle, an idea that was clearly appreciated by the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, who retweeted Musk’s two-pill offer: ‘Taken!’

More recently, the term “red pill” has been used to describe the adoption of conservative values ​​after previously identifying with more liberal ideas.

People sometimes describe themselves as “red pill moments,” “personal awakening that has led them to reject left-wing stories that have been forced on them by their friends, teachers, and the news and entertainment media since childhood.” Fox news explains.

According to Urban dictionary, ‘Red Pill’ has become ‘a popular expression in cyber culture and means a free-thinking attitude and the awakening from a’ normal ‘life of laziness and ignorance. Red pills prefer the truth, no matter how grainy and painful it is. ‘

Last week, Musk clashed with local officials in Fremont, California, over the reopening of his Tesla plant, which had been ordered closed to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Last week, Musk clashed with local officials in Fremont, California, about the reopening of his Tesla factory, which had been ordered closed to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Last week, Musk clashed with local officials in Fremont, California, over the reopening of his Tesla plant, which had been ordered closed to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Musk's tweet received a quick rebuke from Lilly Wachowski, the co-creator of the Matrix.

Musk's tweet received a quick rebuke from Lilly Wachowski, the co-creator of the Matrix.

Musk’s tweet received a quick rebuke from Lilly Wachowski, the co-creator of the Matrix.

The ‘red pill’ philosophy is also part of the alt-right movement. Richard Spencer, an alt-right leader, has posted videos on the subject along with other personalities associated with alt-right.

Taking the red pill, or “red-pilled,” is much more commonly used on the Internet to indicate right-wing political awareness.

Musk’s tweet received a quick rebuke from Lilly Wachowski, the co-creator of the Matrix.

“F *** you both,” she wrote.

Musk and Trump did not respond to Wachowski.

In The Matrix, the main character is given the choice between a red pill and a blue pill by rebel leader Morpheus, depicted

In The Matrix, the main character is given the choice between a red pill and a blue pill by rebel leader Morpheus, depicted

In The Matrix, the main character is given the choice between a red pill and a blue pill by rebel leader Morpheus, depicted

The red pill and the blue pill is a popular meme that represents the choice between taking either a “red pill” that reveals an unpleasant truth or taking a “blue pill” to stay in blissful ignorance. The terms are derived directly from a scene in the 1999 movie The Matrix

Ivanka Trump, a senior White House advisor to her father, stated that she had 'taken' the red pill

Ivanka Trump, a senior White House advisor to her father, stated that she had 'taken' the red pill

Ivanka Trump, a senior White House advisor to her father, stated that she had ‘taken’ the red pill

Last week, Musk clashed with local officials in Fremont, California, about the reopening of his Tesla plant, which was closed to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

He defied an order to remain closed, and the factory ran for two days, and Musk nearly dared to be arrested.

The Alameda County Public Health Department eventually announced a settlement with employees of the company following previously agreed upon employee safety measures.

Musk openly criticizes the California government’s shutdown policy during the pandemic.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk threatens to pull California's factory and company headquarters in an argument with local officials over reopening electric vehicle factory

Tesla CEO Elon Musk threatens to pull California's factory and company headquarters in an argument with local officials over reopening electric vehicle factory

Tesla CEO Elon Musk threatens to pull California’s factory and company headquarters in an argument with local officials over reopening electric vehicle factory

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