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    Amish Theocracy is a culturally and economically collectivistic[1], technologically regressive ideology, which believes a theocracy should be established under the beliefs of the Amish people in the United States.

    It is very religious, and under its beliefs, not only is industrial technology banned, so is excessive intermingling with the outside world. It believes in maintaining in a self-isolating, collectivistic society, where the Amish way of living is kept pure.

    Amish Theocracy is one of the only non-authoritarian theocratic ideologies, due to the Amish's relatively decentralized societal structure centered around local communities.

    Personality

    Amish Theocracy acts like a stereotypical Amish person, being very religious, very self-isolating, and very anti-technology. Other than English, Amish Theocracy can also speak Swiss German and Pennsylvania Dutch.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Amish Theocracy
    1. Draw a circle.
    2. Fill it in dark red.
    3. Draw the Amish hex sign in a circle in the middle, in white and dark red.
    4. Draw the eyes.
    5. (Optional) Add a straw hat to the ball, and if you want, other 19th-century rural American aesthetics.
    6. You're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Dark Red #741714 116, 23, 20
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255


    Relations

    Freunde

    Neutralität

    • Agrarian Socialism - The best leftist ideology by far. Still, I'm not too sold on the whole socialism thing.
    • Pol Potism - Creating a collectivist agrarian society is bas- w-wait! What are you doing to religious people?

    Feinde

    • Multiculturalism - We'll stick with our homogenous society, thanks.
    • 2000ism - Modern society must be avoided, for they have strayed far from God.
    • Transhumanism - Beyond ridiculous heresy!

    Further Information

    Amish - Wikipedia

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