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Creating leaders and leadership
Even though it is generally believed that leadership is an innate quality of certain individuals, the truth is that it can be designed and created by meticulous planning. Especially in feudal languages. In feudal languages, leadership is an idea that needs to be conveyed.
All it needs for starting is one single person who is ready to stand forth as a follower. He or she would get up in the other man’s presence, thus conveying the idea that this man is a leader to others around. Then the follower goes around mentioning his leader’s name with a suffix of respect attached, such as Chettan, Sar, Chechhi, Annan, Ji, Mahatma etc. Depending on the social level of this follower, many others in the local society also start mentioning his name with the suffix of respect attached.
Actually what has happened in the virtual codes is that the other man’s codes is slowly getting filled with higher numerical values. As it strengthens, the very presence of this man in the social arena would be a gathering of positive values. Respect goes up. In feudal language systems, leadership is closely connected to respect. Or may be both are synonymous.
Actually this method of developing leadership is very commonly used by cunning persons in feudal language systems. The very seeing of a person being accompanied by some three or four persons who are willing to lend him or her obedience is a very powerful theme that can get encoded into the codes of the individual powerfully. Hence in nations like India, in all social interactions, persons take care to take a few persons with them, at an introductory level. Once the leadership codes are properly informed, then the need for other companions is not there. For, once the words of respect have been properly encoded, then it works on its own.
In other words, anyone can be made a leader by just planting the correct followers or disciples in proper positions in the social machinery. The power of that particular social machinery can greatly help in propagating the concept of a particular person’s leadership quality. A very great example can be Gandhi. His fame can be greatly attributed to such things as a very supportive newspaper media of his times. As one by one more and more disciples came into existence, each one of them created by newspaper reports, he became more and more of a leader. Later each of his thus created disciples in the vernacular media in the far flung states of British India stood as props and disseminator of his leadership.
So that he slowly emerged as a giant, quite exceeding his real self and capacity. The word Ji became a powerful statement. Words of He came to be of the higher indicant level. Another powerful input was the word ‘Mahatma’. The power of these words was quite obvious to many of the others who knew him. To the uneducated persons, he was a person on the celestial heights. The very fact that he was an England-returned person was also a very powerful prop. In India, any England-returned person carries a powerful aura of superiority. In fact, it may be a change that would be reflected in his virtual codes also.
Many persons who were aware of the sham that was creating a larger than life image for Gandhi were not quite amused by these tactics. In fact there were some persons who tried to bring him back to earthly levels. For example, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who was then a Congress party leader, did refer to Gandhi as Mr. Gandhi. Saying ‘Mr. Gandhi’ would be equivalent to blasphemy in the presence of Gandhi’s revering followers. They shouted Jinnah down, and literally made him run down the stage, from where he was speaking.
There was so much power in words, and they wouldn’t allow another aspiring leader to rob their leader of his exalted position by a mere change of word code. Jinnah moved out from Congress and went to form the Muslim League.
As for Gandhi, he rose to so powerful levels in the virtual codes that even when slanderous stories of his peccadilloes inside his ashram in Sabarmati came out in Delhi, not many vernacular newspapers were willing to print them. Such was the powerful hold Gandhi had come to occupy in their mind. Dislodging him from his powerful slot was more or less a tedious task.
Here it follows that anyone can be made a leader by just planting the right disciple or follower in the right slots in the social machinery. They just have to stand in their position and implant words of respect on to the individual’s name and references. The virtual codes would then carry on the work on their own.