Posted by Traceme Moron on December 01, 1999 at 22:33:35:
In Reply to: Re: What about art? Födgeniet Lars Wilks posted by Richard Barone, Sr. on December 01, 1999 at 05:20:53:
: You point out he is hurting wildlife, Ladonia is
: at your back door. Since you seem objective but against this project, what
: kinds of harm have you seen in person?
I haven't seen the falcons in person (maybe because of Vilks, hehe? but I have definitely seen the worn mountain more than once, especially this nice little road (used to be a path - now it's 5-6 meters wide) that goes all the way down to Vilks own toy-nation like a big fat snake. But to be objective for once (I am as a matter of fact usually very subjective) - there are greater harms to nature than Lars Vilks. But I find it really hard to understand that you see Ladonia and all that stuff as an improvement of nature. It can be possible to improve nature (in fact, Kullaberg as well as the entire landscape of southern sweden is totally manmade). But then you have to dig a pool in the desert or something. That's an improvment. But a wooden skeleton and some stones with manic scribblings on them is not an improvment, especially not in such a beautiful surrounding. For me Arx and Nimis is nothing but a monument of insanity and a mirror into an obcessed mind. Wish he spent his time on something else. He could for instance build lots of them mini-nimis that he forces on people from other parts of the country by giving them to their local politicians. At least that could keep him occupied and happy, and it would help him to keep his mind away from Kullaberg. For example, Vilks built a 0.5 meter long highway outside the hospital in Höganäs. By doing that he made Höganäs even more ugly and depressing but it was still a good thing, cause he didn't build anything on Arx during the days he spent on the highway. If he only could build the highways (and the other things he keeps going) someplace else (where I don't live) I would be completely satisfied.
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