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British soldiers filmed having orgy at barracks

Following report about British Tory Party MPs and thinktanks receiving bribes under the garb of donations, now The New York Post has published a bombshell report stating hundreds of British paratroopers were banned from a NATO deployment after videos surfaced of an orgy with a civilian woman in the barracks that had some soldiers watching on.

According to the New York Post report, eight paratroopers serving in the UK’s 16 Air Assault Brigade were under police investigation over a video of them having sex with a civilian woman who had been snuck into the Merville barracks in Colchester, it was revealed earlier this month.

The woman had been snuck into the barracks as many as 31 times over the past five months, according to The Times of London.

The UK’s new head of the Army, Gen. Sir Patrick Sanders, told his generals and commanding officers in a letter he would not “risk the mission or the reputation of the British army” by sending the troops abroad, The Times of London reported.

Although military police ultimately determined that no crime was committed, Gen. Sir Patrick Sanders reportedly said in the letter that the incident could have appeared to “denigrate women” and was against the army’s values.

“My message to the army is clear – our license to operate is founded on trust and confidence and we must hold ourselves to the highest standards,” Sanders wrote.

He added that “such behavior is unacceptable, corrosive and detrimental to the army’s reputation”, according to The Times of London.

Gen. Sir Patrick Sanders told his generals and commanding officers in a letter he would not “risk the mission or the reputation of the British army” by sending the troops abroad.

General Patrick Sanders reportedly said in a letter that the incident could have appeared to “denigrate women” and was against the army’s values.

“I am not prepared to risk the NATO mission or the reputation of the British army by deploying 3 Para at this time”.

The news of the orgy follows a series of incidents during an exercise in North Macedonia in May 2022, when several soldiers were accused “unprofessional behavior” during the drill.

Meanwhile, according to report published in BLiTZ, while influential right-wing Tory Party think tanks in the United Kingdom with access to minister have received millions in ‘dark money; donations from the US, several influential MPs of the party, including Stephen Hammonds are maintaining connections with a terror-funder in exchange for bribe under the cover of ‘donation’.

According to OpenDemocracy, the TaxPayers’ Alliance, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), Policy Exchange, the Adam Smith Institute and the Legatum Institute have raised US$9m from American donors since 2012. Of this, at least US$6m has been channeled to the UK, according to tax returns filed with US authorities – representing 11 percent of the think tanks’ total UK receipts, with the figure reaching 23 percent for the Adam Smith Institute.

In that time, all five have steadily increased their connections in the heart of government. Between them, they have secured more than 100 meetings with ministers and more than a dozen of their former staff have joined Boris Johnson’s government as special advisers.

Representatives from right-wing think tanks – many of whom are headquartered at 55 Tufton Street in central London – frequently appear in British media and have been credited with pushing the Tories further to the right on Brexit and the economy.

As OpenDemocracy revealed, ExxonMobil gave Policy Exchange US$30,000 in 2017. The think tank went on to recommend the creation of a new anti-protest law targeting the likes of Extinction Rebellion, which became the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022.

None of these think tanks disclose their UK donors. With the exception of the Adam Smith Institute, none provide any information about the identity of donors to their US fundraising arms.

But an investigation by OpenDemocracy has identified dozens of the groups’ US funders by analyzing more than 100 publicly available tax filings.

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