In reply to Aldous, who believes the Farage air crash in 2010 was faked.
That was well staged, and if acted, Farage is an amazingly good actor. Pictures of plane don’t look faked, but the subsequent strange events concerning the pilot might suggest a staged event.
Also the people helping Farage after the crash certainly look staged with nil acting ability. The streaks of blood on NF’s face are remarkably parallel and straight, and have very little flow.
There were other alleged incidents. I don’t think his car actually crashed, but he alleged loosening of wheel nuts.
When I was UKIP candidate in 2001, a Labour activist tried to set my car on fire. I saw him doing it trying to light the posters with a cigarette lighter. I didn’t know who he was until election night when he was walking round with Paul Marsden MP who opposed Afghanistan invasion after the election. Life can be stranger than fiction. I’m sure Paulk Marsden had no idea who the hoodlums were in his local party.
I am prepared to keep an open mind on Farage’s air crash, Aldous. After reading people like Miles W Mathis and revisiting the pictures, I have more willingness to believe I was duped. Maybe someone with a sharper eye than mine can spot discrepancies in the pictures. You can spin them up on any search engine easily enough. The one I picked above looks staged, not by Farage but the bloke apparently holding him up. It doesn’t look convincing or animated, does it.
You have to ask yourself would the aircraft have disintegrated to the point of fully exposing NF to a side view but leave him almost unscathed. Why would the attendant be approaching from the front as in the photo? If NF’s head was inverted in the crash, as in this photo, why so little blood, and why would the blood flow downwards across his face? It should be in his hair. None. Or afterwards on his clothes. None. Blood was not flowing once he was out of the aircraft. He walked away from the accident. Yet claimed subsequent immobility. Once you start examining the details, it doesn’t look too convincing.