Today, Gerard Batten, a Ukip MEP, stepped up to defend Boris Johnson, who on Sunday attracted criticism for likening the EU’s aims to those of Adolf Hitler.
Batten, however, said that Johnson had actually underplayed the connections between the EU and the Nazis, and that the bloc had "closer links" with the fascists than many realized.
See more on his blog: Boris, Hitler and the European Union.
A google search gives enough literature results, wikipedia has a lot of as well.
I just want to comment on the remark that the first president of the European Commission had been "a member of several nominally Nazi professional organizations" and served in Adolf Hitler’s army.
It seems, Batten has no idea of Germany during the Nazi-period. Or he thinks, every person should left Germany.
Making outrageous claims about the German past doesn't actually clarify what the future of the UK outside the EU will look like, I think.