The most interesting item in the WSJ editorial pages today was a comment by a letter writer on the viability of Pakistan.
The real solution to Pakistan's having become the civilized world's major headache is for it to splinter into five or six smaller nations on its ethnic fault lines. Punjabis, Sindhis, Baluchis, Pashtuns and Kashmiris do not belong together. What keeps them bonded is their common religious hatred of Hindu India and now of much of the rest of the world.
A dissenting view to the one advanced by the intellectual class that diversity is a universally desirable goal. Imagine that. Suggesting that certain peoples don't belong together. Heresy!
(includes another letter concerning Pakistan)