I always held this position, in fact I would prefer a competent nationalist dictatorship similar to China's.
This love for dEmOcrAcY is entirely a product of the western environment, the love for democracy and free speech is to prep a society, essentially lotion it, to make it easy to push in your intelligence apparatus for destabilisation and anti-state elements, influence public opinion and sentiment.
It is easy for a country who sits at the top of the hierarchy to use such a system, but poor and unstable nations like Pakistan will struggle with combating the information warfare, it's not worth it.
Although this is directly against Jinnah's dream, I feel that it is the only possible way for Pakistan to stand.
Democratic ideals, whilst being good for the individual, aren't really the right way to be able to sustain a society for long-term gains, as seen with the fall of the Late Roman Republic and the formation of the Roman Empire.
It's very clear that non-democratic states and empires altogether last a lot longer than democratic states, because they are free from ideological ideas being placed into their society.
Absolutely.Always remember that as humans in society you are never free of influence, it's always present, I would rather that influence be from my own nationalist compatriots than foreigners who are covertly hostile.
I'll be waiting to see this, as well as the fact that I will be contributing to it once I have a list of names. (I am able to do slightly more research than your average joe)The Chinese don't realise how lucky they are.
I'm currently compiling some information but I'm going to be opening a thread on the NGOs, their connection with terror networks, operating in Pakistan with the singular goal of destabilising society and the economy.