I watched with interest Farage's speech and brief Q&A session on Syria in the European talking shop. Click on link to see it for yourself. I agree with every word Farage said but then over the years I have had very few disagreements with Farage on policy. He spoke well and dealt with the questions well. He praises the UK House of Commons for rejecting PM Cameron's wishes for armed intervention in Syria but runs a party in which to gainsay the leader is political death.
He reminds me very much of Hitler in the 1930s. He claims to be a democrat but any scrutiny of his actions shows him to be a dictator. The other UKIP characters can also be recognised in Hitler's 30s entourage. All political opponents are ruthlessly expelled as are those with differing views to the Fuerher.
The reason the House of Commons could stop Cameron's warmongering was because a large groupn of Tory MPs are their own men and not the PM's placemen. In UKIP all future MEPs will be Nigel's placemen and women. UKIP has no diversity, the characteristic of all UK political parties as evinced by he LibDems this week, and as will be evinced by Labour next week with its Blairite Brownite factions and the following week by the Tories. UKIP is not a 'professional party' but a National Socialist party with a leader cult surpassing Germany in the 30s.
Look at the way second choice Nuttal was foisted on UKIP North West by forcing/inducing Greg Beaman the members choice to stand down. Pure National Socialism!