Mr Banks, through Southern Rock, paid American lobbying firm Goddard Gunster £64,064 for a 'Nigel Farage Brexit Policy Luncheon' and paid Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson (pictured) £11,305.41 to interview Mr Farage at the event
In July 2016, Mr Banks reportedly flew Mr Farage business class to Cleveland, Ohio to attend the Republican National Convention.
Mr Banks, through Southern Rock, is also said to have paid American lobbying firm Goddard Gunster £64,064 for a 'Nigel Farage Brexit Policy Luncheon'.
Mr Banks paid American strategist Gerry Gunster, through his company Goddard Gunster, to organise the event.
This included paying Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson £11,305.41 to interview Mr Farage at the event, the investigation reports.
At the RNC, Mr Farage met Republican Senator Bob Corker and John Bolton, currently serving as Donald Trump's National Security Advisor. The meetings were coordinated by the American strategy firm.
The following month Mr Farage, Mr Banks and his associate Andy Wigmore flew to Jackson, Mississippi where they were hosted by the Governor Phil Bryant and first introduced to Donald Trump.
Mr Farage also addressed a Trump rally, the first British politician to do so.
In autumn 2016, Channel 4 News reports that Rock Services arranged for Farage and Wigmore to travel to America on multiple occasions, including visits to St Louis, Missouri. Farage and Wigmore also flew to Las Vegas for the Presidential debates, and stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Banks, Wigmore and Farage also travelled to New York for election night in November 2016 and stayed at the luxurious Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Mr Farage was the first British politician to meet the president elect where he was photographed in front of a gold lift at Trump Tower.
At Donald Trump's inauguration, emails seen by Channel 4 News suggest Mr Banks paid more than £15,000 to fly Nigel Farage to and from Washington, approximately £1000 on a room at the plush Mayflower Hotel.
The investigation also cites invoices that reportedly show Goddard Gunster billed £108,684 for a lavish party in Farage's honour at the Hay-Adams Hotel
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Fifth generation warfare has been described by Daniel Abbot as a war of "information and perception".
ITS IMPERATIVE THAT WE INFORM THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WAR BEING WAGED AGAINST THEM .
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The Citizen's Guide to Fifth Generation Warfare - it will help the editors if the Light Paper understand the manipulation happening around us.
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The book was written to prepare Americans and freedom loving people everywhere for our current global wartime reality that few understand, The Citizen's Guide to Fifth Generation Warfare (CG5GW) by Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Retired) Michael T. Flynn and Sergeant, U.S. Army (Retired) Boone Cutler.
"You might think the old rabble-rouser would eschew booze in public, especially expensive fizz. But just last week he demanded flutes of pink champagne during interviews with the Spectator and New Statesman magazines.
'He’s not a massive boozer, but certainly knocks them back when he does drink,’ says a Scots journalist. ‘On the rare occasion I’ve had a drink with him, he literally pours it down his throat. 'And it’s always wine or champers, never anything as common as beer.’
Where this stands with his party’s socialist, puritanical image is anyone’s guess. After all, this was the man who told Alastair Campbell, no stranger to the devil’s buttermilk himself, in a GQ interview last year that he was concerned about Scotland’s image as a ‘nation of drunks’.
Salmond’s political career has been besieged by unsavoury gossip about his lifestyle. He has been dogged by unsubstantiated rumours throughout his leadership of running up huge gambling debts with a bookmaker in Ireland, which he vehemently denies."
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