The UKIP leader set out coherent and logical polices, and and kept to them for the entire day. After displaying racial tolerance and inclusiveness, the party faces Normality. Instead of using terms such as 'Ting Tong', party members have been calling non-Caucasians by their names.
It has been 24 hours since any UKIP has been suspended, and pressure is mounting on Nigel Farage. Support for UKIP has been dwindling as the racist outbursts decline, and many think we've passed pique UKIP.
One UKIP supporter complained 'They've become just like all the other political parties, too scared to take on a disadvantaged minority'
For legal reasons Tenuous News can't name the politician, but there are allegations that a UKIP MEP paid for their lunch using their own money. Some reports even suggest that they used Euros.
Should this allegation prove to be true, it could be the final nail in the coffin for Nigel Farage, who in the last 24 hours has been fiscally responsible. If he doesn't order a pint of beer using EU money soon, it is hard to see how he can remain 'of the people'.
The problems continue to mount for UKIP. Just yesterday a party councillor compared fellow politician Muhammed Aziz to the boxer Muhammed Ali, suggesting that he displayed similar dignity to the sporting legend.
The short-lived period of calm has been pounced upon by David Cameron:
"This is just the first of a series of competent decisions by this party."
UKIP have been keen to downplay the tranquillity, and blamed the 'liblabcon' supporting mainstream media for blowing racial sensitivity and legal spending habits out of all proportion.
We tried to get a response from Nigel Farage, but sadly he was busy:
"I'm sorry, I'm going down to the Chinese restaurant with my family right now".