British Soldiers Were Trained To Cooperate With Captors
Amazingly, British soldiers have been trained to cooperate with any captors if they think that this will be helpful to them. As controversial as this seems, it sharply contrasts compared to many soldiers in previous wars who resisted torture and failed to provide damaging information to their captors.
In yet another strange twist, the British government has granted the British sailors who were captured by the Iranians the right to sell their stories. Reportedly some may earn up to $300,000 by selling their story to the press now.
With the quick confessions, new suits and gift bags, this entire British hostage crisis has proven itself to be yet another highly bizarre chapter of Western relations with the erratic state of Iran.