Nigel Farage was joined by the enraged caller who described himself as a ‘passionate hater’ of the SNP leader.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon demanded that Scotland should be given another independence vote in Scottish Parliament during a two-day debate.
The LBC caller joined the former Ukip leader’s frustrations about the First Minister demanding another vote, after the Scottish people decided to stay as part of UK in 2014.
He said: “It frustrates me more than any topic at the moment. Sturgeon I hate with a passion that is almost biblical.
A caller joined Farage in fuming at the Scottish First Minister for her independence demands
“I wish we would have a Prime Minister that would have a pair of cojones and say to this woman, you are a glorified councillor.
“We are the United Kingdom, you’re part of the United Kingdom, shut up and get on with the job.”
Next the angry caller suggested that all parts of the United Kingdom should be given a choice if Scotland get another independence referendum.
“However, that said, if she wants a referendum, as she is part of the United Kingdom, and it would be a materialistic change to the other three parts of the United Kingdom, let’s have the referendum but let everyone have a vote,” he said.
Farage then guessed that the caller would vote for Scotland to leave the UK, however the the caller instead argued that the UK is stronger together.
He added: “No I would vote for them to stay. The thing is, we are a stronger nation as a collective group and I believe the majority of the Scots also believe that.
We are a stronger nation as a collective group
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“There seems to be some kind of fantasy in the land of Sturgeon and her followers that they think it is an independent state ruled by Europe.”
The MEP joined in berating the Scottish First Minister as he shredded the idea that Ms Sturgeon was even offering independence.
He said: “Well it’s illogical, it’s why quite deliberately this evening Brian I am not using the word ‘independence’ it’s a complete lie.
“If they want to separate from the United Kingdom and become a province of the United States of Europe that’s fine, give that to people on honest terms.”
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The Scottish Government is likely to win a vote in favour of a second independence referendum when the decision is made on Wednesday.
Speaking in the Holyrood chamber, Ms Sturgeon said: “The decision to seek parliament's authority to begin the process towards an independence referendum is not one that I have reached lightly.
“It is therefore important to set out why we have arrived at this point and also, in light of the significant change facing our country, to reflect on the importance of giving the people of Scotland a democratic choice over our future.
“As a result of the Brexit result we know that change is now inevitable. The question is what kind of change is right for Scotland and should that be decided for us or by us.”