Political anarchy vs. Democratic Dictatorship-from the field of Pakistan

Anarchy refers to a society without a publicly enforced government. Since its inception in the original ancient Greek, anarchy has been used in the negative sense to imply political disorder or lawlessness within a society.

Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be immoral, or alternatively as opposing authority in the conduct of human relations.
There are many types and traditions of anarchism, not all of which are mutually exclusive. Anarchist schools of thought can differ fundamentally, supporting anything from extreme individualism to complete collectivism.

The evolutionary psychologist Steven Pinker writes:
Adjudication by an armed authority appears to be the most effective violence-reduction technique ever invented. Though we debate whether tweaks in criminal policy, such as executing murderers versus locking them up for life, can reduce violence by a few percentage points, there can be no debate on the massive effects of having a criminal justice system as opposed to living in anarchy. The shockingly high homicide rates of pre-state societies, with 10 to 60 percent of the men dying at the hands of other men, provide one kind of evidence. Another is the emergence of a violent culture of honor in just about any corner of the world that is beyond the reach of law. The generalization that anarchy in the sense of a lack of government leads to anarchy in the sense of violent chaos may seem banal, but it is often over-looked in today's still-romantic climate.

Pakistan, going through a lot that includes,Political ups and down, Worse state security conditions and highest hatred rate ever among nation for different political parties. This is a stage when a state collapses as an institution and civil war rises.
So State collapse anarchy, it is.

English Civil War, French revolution, Jamaica 1720, Russian civil War, Spain 1936, Albania 1997, Somalia 1991–2006 are noticeable examples when an anarchy although leads to many historic events, but there is no doubt that all of the historic events had a painful journey of  bloodshed, loosing loved ones and raising sectarianism.
Avoiding a dialogue and being so much involved in blows of so called war of words by holding responsible each other is depicting nothing but inability of current Govt to resolve the issues.

In any democratic state people always come on roads with difference of opinion, different parties always come with contrasting agendas, processions are sole of a democratic system but solution always lies in the hands of “ruler” “emperor”, WHY?? Because it emperor or ruler with magic wand of authority to initiate things.
A mere call, come, have dialogues, as your protest is sabotaging country’s peace and promoting hatred would serve the purpose. Turn the table, instead of playing cards with no moves left.

What actually is your plan? What actually is your policy? How actually you going to sort this issue out?

These questions are always served to Emperors, rulers, PM’s and Cm’s as they are ruling and having authorities.

Let people scream, they will be silent eventually???If this is the strategy then Govt is being way too ignorant. It seems Govt has created a total new theory and school of thought in Political studies ’School of Democratic dictatorship” i.e. a govt of people through Dictators.
This is no more about PTI and PMLN now. This about political intelligence and capability, so instead of being fighting for ‘Political Goodwill’ start working for solving ‘Political dilemma’ with ultimate goal of running country in order. Isn’t what a chosen representative is supposed to do?

If yes then peace is there, If NO ‘state collapse anarchy’ it is.

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