People are mocking this 'Europe without Britain' map

Picture: Rex Features
Picture: Rex Features

When your Wikipedia page calls you a "professional conspiracy theorist", it's not clear whether that's meant to reassure or discredit.

David Icke is described as such. He theorises about conspiracies.

He might be a good theorist - investigations and data and stuff.

OR. He might draw around bits of Europe, like a primary school child, and appear to point out it looks like a praying Muslim.

And so prove... ummm... something.

Many people have asked Icke if he was being deliberately Islamophobic.

He said this was misunderstood.

Except then he deleted the image and said it wasn't meant to look like a praying Muslim - even though the person in the image has a prayer cap on - but someone bowing to Brussels.

And despite the fact the first image specifically included Turkey, which has not yet joined the EU, seemingly as "warning" about an influx of non-Europeans.

(It also just ignores Ireland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden - and whether the figure is praying to Brussels, or Mecca, since his head points south it's wrong on all levels.)

But ok, someone bowing to Brussels.

Twitter has delivered its verdict.

EUminati confirmed...

...said one sombre observer.

Books by David Icke, such as the enticingly titled Children of the Matrix and The Robots' Rebellion, talk about a race of shapeshifting reptilian humanoids who are trying to create a New World Order on earth.

When that happens David, where will we bow to?

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