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Lars Vilks death reminds us of the need for segregation

Muslims celebrate Lars Vilks death in Sweden, and we're once more reminded that segregation is the only way to a peaceful future.
Lars Vilks death reminds us of the need for segregation

The death of the Swedish visual artist Lars Vilks has shocked many. Vilks, who has been living with police protection since he painted his (in)famous roundabout dog depicting Muhammad in 2007, died in a car crash on October 3rd. In the car with him were his two bodyguards from the Swedish police, who also died in the crash.

But while the average Swede was shocked and many were grieving, another part of the "Swedish" community reacted positively; by celebrating his death. Social media was quickly filled up with celebratory messages from Muslims, and videos of young Arabic men celebrating with cake were uploaded to YouTube and other places.

Muslims tried to kill Vilks on several occasions, and in the last fifteen years, he hasn't been able to live an everyday life. It's easy to think that this is because he painted an "offensive" drawing, but that's only explaining a tiny part of the chain of events leading up to his more or less imprisonment in his own (secret) home.

Vilks had to live secluded from the mainstream world until his death last weekend because of the immigration policies of the Swedish establishment and their multicultural ideology. In a homogenous, Swedish Sweden (which we had until Sweden became multicultural in 1975), Vilks wouldn't have to fear his life.

By importing millions of people from other races, cultures and religions to our homeland, our political establishment has turned our country from one of the safest in the world into a hellhole for everyone who doesn't want to walk on eggshells around "minorities" that are easily offended.  

The whole multicultural project is a failed one from the beginning, and the case with Lars Vilks is just another example of that. If we want a peaceful future, not only for our kind but for all men, we need to understand that we can't live together — not in the same state or on the same plot of land. We can respect each other and find ways to work together and trade with each other, but large-scale segregation is necessary for all of us.

It's not because we hate each other. It's just that we are inherently different, and we need to accept that and make the best out of it.

Many Swedes find Vilks art unnecessary provocative, but no one would celebrate someone's death in the way we now see hateful Muslims do. Muslims who have been welcomed to Sweden, or their parents, most likely as "refugees". Who has been living on the Swedish workers' tax money and repays it by being incompatible with our society and our way of living.

But it's nothing to be surprised by, not even angry. You're not mad at a snake for being a snake or a dog for being a dog. In the same way, we need to understand that different kinds of people will behave differently.

By acknowledging that, we can also conclude that segregation is our only way forward.