The seven Russian generals killed in Ukraine were traced by having to use their conventional cell phones

The seven Russian generals killed during the invasion of Ukraine were located, only to be killed later, because they had to use their conventional cell phones, easily traceable, having destroyed themselves the communication infrastructures that needed the encrypted cell phones they carried for secret communications.

The telephones used by the Russian military chiefs to give orders were tapped and sabotaged by the Ukrainian intelligence, they have been decisive in this war. The Russian military, unable to use their secure phones, spoke and gave orders from their cell phones. And then they would call their wives, their girlfriends. And the Ukrainians were listening to everything. They knew where those Russian bosses were quite precisely. That’s why they killed eight or ten Russian commanders on the battlefield. They all died from talking on their cell phones.

By the way, their names were:

  • General Magomed Tushaev
  • Major General Andrey Sukhovetsky
  • Major General Vitaly Gerasimov
  • Major General Andrei Kolesnikov
  • Major General Oleg Mityaev
  • Lieutenant General Andrei Mordvichev
  • Lieutenant General Yakov Rezantsev

Russia is a backward economy, with backward military forces. They made two crucial mistakes related to technology: communications and location of the enemy. For example, they entered Ukraine without night scopes, because they thought it would be a three-day, four-day war, and that the Ukrainian soldiers would surrender, as the Afghans surrendered when the US left that country last year and the Afghan president fled into exile. Then, at night, in the villages north of Kiev, such as Irpin, Bucha and Borodyanka, the Ukrainians, who did have night scopes annihilated the Russians with an immense technological advantage.

Russia has already lost the Ukrainian war. It will not be able to conquer Ukraine, to subjugate it, to turn Ukrainians into vassals of the Russian dictator. But it can still fight the war in the Donbas, eastern Ukraine, for months. Putin has no choice but to confine himself to the Donbas, occupy and annex it, as he did with Crimea in 2014. He can achieve this, it depends on Germany.

As long as Germany keeps buying Russian natural gas, and depositing every day 800 million euros for Russian gas in the Russian state bank Gazprombank, Putin will have money to finance the battle for the Donbas, which will be long and terrible. But if Germany stops buying gas from him for 800 million euros deposited every day, Putin will lose the battle of the Donbas. If Ukraine holds out in the Donbas until July, and summer comes to Germany, and Germany stops buying gas from Russia and decides to buy it from Qatar, then Putin will have lost the war in all probability.

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