Ben Wallace Chump of The Week – Ukranian OPSEC Failure Wasted £millions

Ben Wallace UK Minister of Defence gleefully announces gifting Storm Shadow missiles to Ukraine for the princely sum of £2 million per missile.

“It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle, than to initiate a new order of things.”
Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince

Hours after Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said he needed more western weapons to be confident of a victory this summer, Ben Wallace, the UK defence secretary, told MPs that the missiles – which cost more than £2m each – were “now going in, or are in the country itself”.

The gift of the missiles was supported by the US, Wallace added, although previously Washington had declined to give Ukraine long-range missiles of its own, fearing that the outcome could escalate hostilities in the 15-month war.

Wallace recently travelled to Ukraine to meet with his idiotically indiscreet chums.

“The first method for estimating the intelligence of a ruler is to look at the men he has around him.”
Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince

Ukraine’s defence minister may have accidentally leaked the location of British missiles.

Oleksiy Reznikov posted a postcard showing an Su-24 bomber with a Storm Shadow cruise missile. There was also the emblem of the 7th AFU Tactical Aviation Brigade, which is based in Khmelnytsky region. Guess what happened next?

That’s right, a few days later the Russian army hit the airbase hard. Bottom line: minus five planes, several fuel depots and heaps of ammunition

@ukraine_watch – Telegram


So, what exactly is operational security? Definitions vary, but the majority of them include the terms “adversary,” “enemy” or “hostile forces.” A 2019 CSO Magazine article defined OPSEC as a “process by which organizations assess and protect public data about themselves that could, if properly analyzed and grouped with other data by a clever adversary, reveal a bigger picture that ought to stay hidden.”2 While this definition is certainly softer than some governmental variants, I feel it is still too narrow.

Author: Jon Brandt, Director, Professional Practices and Innovation, ISACA

Once again Ben Wallace proves his worth escalating the conflict and wasting £ millions propping up the US Globalist proxy regime in Kiev compounding this by stupidly signing off the postcard that gave away the position of both missiles and modified delivery aircraft.

Chump of the week again !


2 Responses to “Ben Wallace Chump of The Week – Ukranian OPSEC Failure Wasted £millions”

  1. ian says:

    They’re very generous with our money. All my life, I worked and paid National insurance contributions and Tax. Now, we receive the lowest OA pensions in Europe, much less than our government gives to foreign immigrants in fact. They gave away billions during the fake plandemic to each other and in the furlough scheme. They’ll be many millions made as the Carlyle group and other arms dealers restock with new weapons. Many government people have shares in these companies. OUR government?? I don’t think so. Vermin at best.

    • sovereigntea says:

      NI implies a contract which by shifting the goalposts re retirement age the govt is in breech of. They stole the money leaving unfunded liabilities on the back of the population.

      To refer to them as vermin is insulting to rats and cockroaches