Well, look, if you think he said that Hayek and Friedman loved dictators because they were the only means by which their hated economic policies could ever be forced upon uncomprehending and exploited populations, I don’t think any more reading is going to help you.
If you read what I read, which was a more nuanced statement about the complicated relationship between democracy, liberty and liberalism, then this is not unique to Hayek, it’s a general and central concern of liberal thought (Tocqueville’s books on America are largely about this). That probably is too boring for you to read about, but not for everybody.
Therefore, I thought what he wrote was a bit more considered and accurate than his statements in the other thread, and as I am not actually an unbridled cheerleader for neoliberal economics, I didn’t see the point in extending the argument further. Also, arguments ruin my day, I get bummed out by them.