Greta: I read that article, but I did not see where it specifically referenced the number of people in the USA who deny evolution, compared to those in Britain who deny it. The last poll I saw did state roughly half of Brits do not believe in evolution, while only roughly 20% were creationists, because one who does not believe in evolution does not have to be a creationist. I also recall seeing a video by Robert Sapolsky which referenced, not just crazy beliefs in the USA, but throughout the western world. This shouldn't surprise people, since David Icke is British, and is nuttier than Alex Jones. Jen Ham, the creationist, was born and raised in Australia. Jim Carey the anti-vaxxer, and conspiracy-theorist, was born and raised in Canada. And the problems with crazies has been taking place for a long time in Britain. Winston Churchill himself was a conspiracy theorist, as one example, and I doubt many British people believe that their best and brightest are running their country.
The world is going nuts. During Obama's eight-years in office, in poll after poll, somewhere between 15%-25% of the adult population in the USA thought he was the anti-Christ, which literally means that 15%-25% of the adult population in the USA is insane. That's about what it is all over the west. That should terrify anyone.
I'm not stating you are wrong about the nuts in the USA, and the danger they pose. All I'm stating is that the problem is not a local one confined to America. The world should not be divided along nationalist lines, but rather between the sane and the insane. Alex Jones has much more in common with David Icke than he has in common with me.