Thai Cave Rescue Hero: Elon Musk Can “Stick His Submarine Where It Hurts”

By Tyler Durden

Vern Unsworth was one of the rescuers that helped pull off the miraculous rescue of 12 children and their soccer coach who were trapped in a cave in Thailand after it flooded. The rescue has been passed around international media for the last couple of days as a fantastic “feel good“ story that everybody could get behind.

The only person that didn’t seem to get behind the rescue after it was completed was Elon Musk, whose proposed kid size submarine that he shipped to Thailand to help with the rescue was ultimately not used. We reported days ago that Musk instead lashed out at the commander of the rescue operation after he didn’t use Musk’s idea.

Today, stunning statements are being made by one of the individuals involved with the rescue who was interviewed by CNN International. CNN International’s Facebook page posted this interview in which Unsworth said that Elon Musk can stick his submarine – that had “absolutely no chance of working” “where it hurts”.

He then went on to state what many of us had already been thinking – that the kid size submarine idea was simply just a public relations stunt.

Source:: Zero Hedge

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