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    Apple Orchard Anarcho-Communism

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    Apple Orchard Anarcho-Communism is a libleft anarchist ideology most influenced by Meadow's perception of Heaven, an inherently Christian concept, that is made achievable by the bounds of Earth in a distilled form. The imagery of an Apple Orchard is used, and will be expanded on here, with the tenets of Apple Orchard Anarcho-Communism being as follows:

    • Ecological Thought, in the imagery of the comfortable warmth, the apple trees themselves, and the "sweet smell on the air."
    • Communalism/Communism, in the sharing of apples, the "enough trees to shade all people."
    • Individualism, in "there is no need for bickering over what apple to plant, as all apples may be planted as all people wish, and even if it only grows on one tree, and that one tree does not benefit the whole, that tree will stand."
    • Romanticism, in the description of all of the trees being one being drawing in breaths, in the descriptions of most things, and in the spiritual edge to the whole concept.

    Literal Theory

    What is literally advocated for is ecological prosperity, social freedoms, and the ideals of anarcho-communism, with large influence from Post-Scarcity Anarchism by Murray Bookchin. It also advocates for general optimism, individualism, and self-fulfillment, with most frameworks being absurdist (most closely aligning with the less nihilistic Camus' Absurd) and mildly egoist in nature partially because of this. It has some post-left aspects, but is not anti-work, as it is a fulfilment-based framework that involves the job of the individual as an aspect of their passions. Art is highly celebrated and revered, especially experimental/psychedelic/surrealism, and art of nature, along with neo-romantic painting styles. This ideology calls for personal fulfillment, unobstructed ability to embrace the purpose you make for yourself, and a form of artistic expression that can be embraced by all people, and calls for freedoms for those without, freedom from Marx and Engels' proverbial chains, from the constraints of government, and from stigmatization, from the histories of oppression that many people face. Overall, it is a optimistic and deeply spiritually rooted society that would work toward the ideals of the ideology until they are achieved, by revolutionary and violent means if need be.

    "The Apple Orchard"

    "I often think of a Christian Heaven. Despite not being Christian, having grown up around enough of it, I can easily parse the nature of the promise of Heaven, a final reward to those who deserve it. The proverbial "carrot on a stick." I believe this to be reasonable, rational, and sound within its given context, however, I always dreamt of it as more of a respite than a reward. When I imagine Heaven, I don't imagine the pure holy light and million-eyed beings of the bible. I imagine a sprawling, near infinite apple orchard, of men, of women, of people, of children, of mothers, of life, of love. I imagine one being, the orchard itself, swallowing all past-life sorrows. I imagine trees, enough to shade and protect all those who need it, and apples enough to feed all. I imagine that there is no need for bickering over what apple to plant, apples may be planted as all people wish, and even if it only grows on one tree, and that one tree does not benefit the whole, it will stand. I imagine that people who are able, myself included, could tend to, water, plant the trees, till the dirt and part the grass, plant colorful native wildflowers, simply bask and work in the splendor we've continued. This Heaven would become a place for all, ourselves and everyone after, to thrive, to love, smell the simple sweet scent on the air, feel the hug of warmth, without the hands of heat, of despotism. Now, while Heaven in the Christian bible is the carrot on the stick, I wish for this passage to not be just another leading force to death, but a cry for change. We could live in a world much like The Apple Orchard, and I believe we should do anything to make it so. Until our Earth becomes our Heaven, we should take action against destruction and tyranny."

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