Tuesday, January 11, 2005


Corrupt Democracy?

Ralph Peters spends considerable analysis of the effects of corruption on Democracy and the military alternatives in Pakistan:

In traveling through Pakistan, one thing became unmistakable: the least-corrupt institution was the military. The military government attempting to rescue Pakistan is the country's last hope. The alternatives are chaos and terror. We may wish it were otherwise: Military government is repugnant. But the world is more complex than we try to make it. Perverted democracy brought ruin upon more than 100 million Pakistani Muslims. We all are paying the price.


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