Livinglava has asked people to ponder the concept that segregation is natural and ordained by God.
He didn't go as far as saying it was, but if that's not fascist thinking I don't know what is.
I'm tired of your provocative accusations of others. I did not advocate the view that segregation is ordained by God; I suggested researching it as a historically-emergent religious belief that arose out of the transatlantic slave trade.
If you want my personal belief, it is that we are all souls in various bodies and the things we have to deal with in this world, such as racism, classism, political discrimination, and other forms of hate, fascism, violence, etc. are sins we have to deal with and forgive, like Jesus had to bear His cross and forgive His persecutors.
Segregation is wrong for the sake of separating people on the basis of ethnicity or other identity. It only makes sense for specific reasons, such as ensuring a language community has adequate density of speakers to be able to maintain the language actively, and even then it is not necessary to keep out non-speakers of the language provided they are willing to learn and practice actively within the community.
I really wish you would not make nasty assumptions about me and try to drum up conflict. It is mean-spirited and I'm going to start reporting posts where you do that.