George Orwel said and I quote:"When dictatorship is a fact, revolution becomes a right" i.e One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes a revolution in order to establish a dictatorship".Dictatorship is that form of government in which the government is ruled by an absolute power.
"The difference between democracy and dictatorship I want to tell my wothy opponent is that in democracy you vote first and take orders later; in dictatorship you don't have to waste time and money in voting". Here I want to ask my worthy opponents and all of you: Is there sufficient money in Pakistan to waste on elections? As the people are dying due to insufficiency of money and food and the democratic government is wasting money on elections,pickets and on the beauty of pakistan.Mr president: I want to ask my opponent that: is the beauty of islamabad and lahore is more important than the people who are dying because of hunger in thar desert? No food, no shelter, no clothes were provided to them Mr president because there is no money in pakistan so why they are wasting money on pickets and elections? You know and everyone knows who are they! So, I dont want to mention their names! for them the beauty of Lahore and Islamabad and the pickets are more important but the people who are dying due to hunger they are not important for them! Dictatorship is better,as in a dictatorship,a dictator makes a decision quick.In times of emergency, a dictator would be more useful than democracy.As, power lies in the hands of a person so it is fast and efficient. As you can see in the case of India the Lok Pal Bill was not passed as the govt was corrupted and there was voting done, not resulting to the demands people made. In almost all occasions of importance, a certain degree of decisiveness is required in order to respond effectively. A democracy simply