Headline, May 30 2021/ ''' '' DANCING* STUDENTS DAFFODILS '' ''' : ESSAY



THE GLOBAL FOUNDER FRAMERS : THE WORLD AT LARGE will only accord you seriousness and respect when you have begun the democratic and a new model process for the world to emulate, of global elections.

REMEMBER : THE GREAT POWER OF THE STUDENTS - the great power of the society that modern structures and nation states possess comes at a very great cost for the rulers.

HEROIC GLOBAL FOUNDER FRAMERS of the modern day structures, entities, organizations, as complex as The World Students Society just cannot afford to gaze away from the realities that are harsh, bitter and thorny -

Unpleasant, to their sense of self-importance, or their sense of entitlement. If they believe like the monarchs of eras past they break their links with the very students from whom the power, honor and authority flows.

The most critical question for all Global Founder Framers to ask themselves in these very challenging times is this : which window opens onto the real world and which one is simply our curated garden.

TIME ENOUGH TO WATCH THE REAL WORLD : NO GOVERNMENT, and I repeat, no government whatever its makeup, can exist for very long if it is too far out of touch with the realities that the common citizenry has to endure.

This was not true in earlier times when monarchs ruled the world, but states of that era were fundamentally different from those of our time.

Monarchs ruled through local elites, their power declining with the square of the distance from the capital. and did not concern themselves with matters beyond revenue issues and the maintenance of the armed forces.

In some cultures, like medieval China, the ruler was held to account in the event of a major natural disaster, such as a prolonged drought or catastrophic flooding or an earthquake, because it was argued by the priesthoods of that era that such calamities showed divine displeasure with the ruler, most likely because the ruler did not pray hard enough.

But modern-day nation states are different. They are probably the most complex and most highly developed vehicles for the articulation of sovereign power that have ever existed in human history.

No ruler of the past could imagine the kinds of revenue systems and governance machinery that modern day nation states have, even in their most underdeveloped forms.

The great infrastructure investments, land registries, pricing controls and state-owned and state managed enterprises, and vast state bureaucracy and urban policing responsibilities, along with array of complex debt instruments and nationally controlled paper currency along with-

With central banks to manage the money supply, to name just a few, are some of the new elements of power available to modern rulers that their medieval counterparts could only dream about.

This great power of society that modern nation states possess comes at a cost for the rulers. Now more than ever, rulers have to be worried about the lot of common citizenry in their day-to-day affairs.

In the developing world, some of the superstitions of earlier eras survive in our times too, but another sovereign has entered the picture : the students / people.

So if a calamity such as an earthquake strikes, there are still people who will argue that it is expression of divine displeasure, but the displeasure need not be directed at the ruler, rather at the deviant habits adopted by the people and widespread prevalence of sin, according to the purveyors of this thinking.

Rulers today have to worry about the provision of essential items at prices the people can afford. If the real incomes of a large mass of people should fall, they are liable to blame their rulers for it. If famine strikes, it becomes the job of the ruler to urgently arrange for the provision of food.

In times past, rulers need to have made it their specific obligation to counter the events of a plague, or arrange for the relocation and upkeep of a large number of people displaced due to flood. Today, it is their primary responsibility, should such calamities strike.

It is critical in our times for the rulers to be connected to those channels that bind them to their citizens. Democratic systems try to ensure this by making the rulers accountable to the ruled.

But even authoritarian systems have to find a way to ensure that the rulers are operating the vehicles that tie them to their populace in a way that ensures service delivery, or risk becoming irrelevant.

It is not just a travesty in our time to have a situation of high inflation and high unemployment, where the ruler is either not aware of the situation, or has been persuaded by sycophantic courtiers that none of it is real and it is only his or her enemies who are advancing these allegations to advance their political aims.

It is not just a travesty, but is near a fatal error of judgment for a ruler in modern times to close himself or herself off from the world in which common citizenry, common students, are living.

The more these ties are broken, the more the rulers and his or her ilk talk a language and communicate a narrative that has little or no meaning for the lives of ordinary citizens/ students, and the more the state loses its own moorings and begins to serve narrower interests than the broader ones.

Therefore, ignoring realities, and an unwillingness to articulate the future looms of trends, anticipations and expectations, on The World Students Society, is likely to spin and yo-yo you, at times, uncontrollably.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research and Writings on Governance, Management and Realities, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Khurram Husain.

With respectful dedications to Leaders, the Global Founder Framers of !WOW!, and then Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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