As far as I can make out the demonstration was an organisation called Radical Independents.
Apparently one of the two arrested was English so it may ell have been a mixture of activist and not has Farage claimed of Nationalists and certainly not the SNP.
As one of the protesters clearly stated it was Farage's politics they were addressing when he said
"We don't mind Immigrants coming here but we don't want you."
Others told him the Union Jack was not their flag
Farage told BBC Scotland the incident was deeply racist and displayed a total hatred of the English.
Mr Farage then called on Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond to condemn the behaviour. But he might as well called on all the leaders at Holyrood to do so.
Mr Farage later hung up during a telephone interview with the Good Morning Scotland programme on BBC Radio Scotland after being pressed about his lack of knowledge of Scottish politics and the low level of support for his party north of the border.
He later described the interview as "insulting"
Perhaps the fawning of the London media including the BBC who have failed to robustly question him on his polices and seem content to concentrate showing as a man of the people with a pint in his hand (does he ever finish one, or is he permanently pissed?) has gone to his head.
He seems to believe ha is above criticism
Perhaps the BBC should for instance should ask Mr Farage
. "Why he should be visiting Edinburgh pf his knowledge of Scottish politics and why he wasn't in t Aberdeen, where a Scottish Parliament by-election is taking place which apparently the reason for his visit".
Still its interesting to ponder that Farage may have an agenda here
We can only hope that this week exposes this so called "Man of the people" for the little Englander he is Man of the People! Don''t make me laugh.
He's a public school educated prat sort of Thatcherite we despised in the 80's and 90's.
Its about time the Media stated to scrutinise him fully and grill him on his policies he has been given a easy ride by the BBC in particular at times the Politics show looks like an advert for Ukips polices. With Andrew Neil, chief cheerleader.