April 9, 2017
Just remember, diversity is our greatest strength.
Without diversity, we are a bunch of weak little bitches.
Ten people, including a child, are still being treated in hospital after the Stockholm truck attack, as police search properties and continue to question a 39-year-old native of Uzbekistan over the incident.
Four people were killed on Friday (local time) when a stolen delivery truck crashed into crowds in central Stockholm.
Of the 10 people still in hospital, two adults remain in intensive care.
Police have raided several addresses in the Stockholm area but said no further arrests in connection with the attack had been made.
Officers were seen leaving an apartment in Varberg, south-west of Stockholm, with items including what appeared to be a laptop bag.
The Uzbek man being held in custody is the suspected driver of the hijacked delivery truck.
He was previously known to Swedish intelligence services as a marginal figure with no clear links to extremist groups.
The St. Petersburg attacker was also Uzbek.