This is the final instalment of the Londonmultimedianews guide fringe political parties and independents at the 2015 general election.
In this episode we travelled to the Kent consistency of South Thanet to meet the self-styled Prophet, standing for Al-Zebabist Nation of Ooog party, Zebadiah Abu-Obadiah.
The Prophet has been a controversial figure in the constituency.
His policies range from annexing the Thanet constituency from the rest of the UK to reducing council tax for families with beards. Police have also been called to some of his political rallies.
However, underneath the comedy policies and confrontational rhetoric there are some serious political messages about immigration and multiculturalism in the local area.
In our interview Zebadiah Abu-Obadiah expresses his frustrations at the anti-immigration stance of UKIP.
He feels that the attention that these arguments have got has have diverted the debate away from the real issues facing local residents.
The constituency of South Thanet is being contested by UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
He is facing a close race for the seat. Recent opinion polls have seen UKIP tied with the Conservative Party Craig Mackinlay and Labour party candidate Will Scobie.
Candidates standing in South Thanet:
Nigel Askew We Are The Reality Party
Ruth Bailey Manston Airport Independent Party
Grahame Birchall Party for a United Thanet
Ian Driver Green Party
Nigel Farage UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Craig Mackinlay Conservative Party
Dean McCastree Independent
Al Murray Free United Kingdom Party
Will Scobie Labour Party
Russ Timpson Liberal Democrats
Abu-Obadiah Zebadiah Al-Zebabist Nation of Ooog