The formation of the new nation, South Sudan, has been driven by the ongoing pogroms and persecution of Sudanese Christians by the muslims and Islamist militias in Sudan.
In order to stop the ethnic and religious warfare, the Sudanese people chose in a referendum to split Sudan in two and form an Muslim dominated Northern Sudan and a Christian dominated South Sudan, a split akin to Partition between India and Pakistan.
Yet again we see the impossiblity of co-existence when the populations have become allowed to be polarised on the grounds of ethnicity and religion in the name of multi-culturalism.
The Sudan today - Europe in the future ?
If the dymaanic of multi-culturalism and its creation of colonies and social apartheid continue, then how long till such a dynamic occurs in Europe.
This is why CULTURAL NATIONALISM is so important.
Without it, then the dialectic is towards a Sudan type split in Europe.
Have we learnt nothing from the Balkans conflict ?