It's a serious question. Watch the following short video: Some go to great lengths to portray Farage as a right-wing extremist and a racist, yet the video above shows quite the opposite. It's the EU who wanted to take extremist action and start bombing Syria indiscriminately, without first finding out the facts. Farage was against it. Cameron tried to push us into a war, no doubt to keep in with his EU cronies and future paymasters. We, the British public, said no. And let us never forget that it was under a Labour government that we went to war with Iraq again, under a false pretext. In spite of being slandered by the Romanian representative, Farage shows himself to be anti-racist and calls the Romanians out on their ill-treatment of their Roma. These aren't the actions of a right-wing extremist; they are more representative of typically left-wing views, which seem to be deemed as desirable. I see a levelheaded, fair statesman talking nothing but common sense, so I have to wonder, just what is it so many hate about Nigel Farage?