The Brexit campaigner spoke of the “intolerance” and “aggression” he faced directly after the EU referendum result last summer.
He then condemned groups for branding Leave backers “racists” and holding “total hatred” of people with a different opinion.
Speaking on his LBC show, he spoke of the cagey reception he received while visiting a pub on the day of the referendum result.
“On the 24th at lunchtime, midday it was, what was there to do at midday – we’d just won a referendum – but to go to the Marquis of Granby in Westminster and I had to be hustled out of there very very quickly,” he said.
Nigel Farage has spoken of the abuse he received on the day of the referendum result
They don’t even think we’re entitled to have the view. Goodness me, they’ll even call us racists for daring to discuss controlling immigration
“So threatening, aggressive were people who’d been on the Remain side. I thought perhaps that was just a short-term thing.
“Actually, what I saw was a most extraordinary level of intolerance, aggression, abuse, threats and that’s just walking down the street let alone the death threats and goodness knows what else that have happened online and I'm not alone.
He then seemed to have a dig at the European Union and Remain supporters.
“Actually, all these organisations who say they’re about love and everything else seem to have a total hatred of those with a different opinion," he said.
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“So much so they don’t even think we’re entitled to have the view. Goodness me, they’ll even call us racists for daring to discuss controlling immigration.”
Calling into the show was listener Anthony who labelled Mr Farage a “dangerous” man for his views on immigration and likened him to Hitler.
Firing back the former Ukip leader blasted: “Hang on a sec, I’ve listened very carefully to all the points you’ve made, but when you start talking about Hitler then I think you’re over-egging the pudding.
“You say that I’m controversial, I’m not sure I’m that controversial, all I’ve ever said is we should govern our own country, make our own laws, control our own borders and re-engage with countries around the world.
“Fascinatingly Anthony, virtually everything I’ve been saying for 20 years is now being said by the Prime Minister!”