MAYORCHY is the new system of government where the global authority is in the hands of a sole monarch dealing with global issues, while the absolute power is vested in mayors administering and implementing policies and managing programs for their cities that are applicable to their ethnic or tribal citizens.


Why Monarch:

In the new system of governance called Femocratia, the Monarch holding the authority can’t directly or imminently harm the public since he does not hold the power to implement his policies. As the Monarchy reduces polarization within the general population, it simultaneously unites diverse and often hostile ethnic groups under shared loyalty to the monarch instead of to an ethnic or tribal group. Monarchy as a form of government is more likely to grant social and political stability and a prosperous economy than other forms of government which might rely on the rule of law based solely on the popular vote. A monarch’s decisions are much more efficient and more likely in the best interest of everyone. And above all, such decisions cannot be influenced by or beholden to money, the media, or a political party. The succession to bloodline family members assures a simplified chain of command, lasting traditional values, and moral codes, resulting in less volatility and insecurity. Today’s technological advancements also grant us the needed transparency towards the public.

 

“Nationalism, on my opinion, is nothing more than an idealistic rationalization for militarism and aggression.” – Albert Einstein

 

Why Mayors:

It will eventually eliminate corruption, since the national politicians no longer need to serve the interests of hidden powers, such as the Asian empires, Middle Eastern sheikhdoms, the wealthy multinational corporations, the elite clans, the religious zealots, the tribal hordes and the potent media moguls.

 

“Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.” – Theodore Roosevelt

 

Whereas it eliminates the dysfunctional multi-hierarchal national structures, it creates an efficient system, where the citizens are more engaged, taken care of and given attention. While it pushes the politician to be a pragmatic servant, it also restores the appreciation and trust of citizens in government, since the citizens traditionally have much greater trust in their mayors, who is seen as a neighbor and is known to the community.

 

“the nation-state is becoming disintermediated” -Al Gore

 

It would also redefine the mission and function of global entities such as United Nations anew. It will further strengthen and unify the existing organizations pushing networking among all the mayors thus enabling them to share common practices on a global. Since the mayor’s interests are aligned, they can perfectly collaborate and they no longer need to follow the national ruling, which doesn’t always match with the values and needs of their citizens.

It would put an end to the imposed separation of people based on national identity, nation states, national borders, and ultimately the need for a national military armed with heavy forces such as nuclear weapons to support the interests of the state or to fight for territories. Mayors who are part of the same tribes are more likely to cherish individualism to ensure harmony among their tribes, instead of imposing new identities to ensure equality, while embracing their traditions.