With the launch of his Brexit Party, Nigel Farage is back to stoking political tensions across the country to a worrying degree.
While his campaign has been met with dairy-based resistance along the way, new footage from Sky News highlights exactly the kind of dangerous sentiment he is encouraging.
Political correspondent Lewis Goodall asked the crowd gathered at AFC Fylde's football grounds, near Blackpool, their opinions on Brexit and the responses were unsettling to say the least.
When asked about Jeremy Corbyn, one supporter of Farage (the man who claimed Brexit had been won without a single bullet being fired, after the murder of Jo Cox) was heard to shout among a wave of booing:
Another man can be heard saying “there would be a civil war” if Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn achieved a deal in the coming weeks.
This comes almost two years to the day after Nigel Farage threatened to "don khaki, pick up a rifle and head for the front lines" if Theresa May failed to deliver a hard Brexit.
"What if a no deal Brexit caused job losses?"
"It'd be worth it."
"What do you think of Corbyn?"