Organic Developers

Permacultural Designers
are taught to multiply the number
and networking depth
of relationships
between species
and organisms
and systems
and cooperative economic networks,
rather than the simpler adding functions
of traditional agriculture;
if you plant eight crops,
you get eight maybe interdependent functional relationships,
and maybe not so much,
especially as we learn to add the evolutionary trajectory
for number of functional relationships
between interdependently planned species,
organisms, etc.,
across multigenerational time.

A’s are given out for diversely sustained polycultural outcomes,
and F’s mean LoseLose failed
to sustain a quasi-healthy unbalancing,
running too multigenerationally fast
out of control,
monocultural outcome.

There is something different
about a third generation poor single Mom,
as compared to first generation.
The failing number of functional relationships
of primary health focus,
of nutritionally diverse balance,
of color, harmony, seasonal symmetry,
mutually cooperative atonement,
as compared to a first generation poor single parent
whose parents were actually better off
in ecopolitically nutritious relationships
than the dwindling aspirations
landscapes and climates
of their own monoculturing children,
and their drowning in toxins of despair

We have this same multigenerational disparity,
at least here in the U.S.,
between Third Generation plutocratic supremacists,
rich in wealth
yet poor in mental health,
in their dwindling number and depth of functional diverse relationships
with other species and organisms and cultures and religions,
elite partnerships and competing unto death incorporations
and public sector democratically oppressive
lack of inclusive health and climate care assurance,

As compared to their First Generation
of nouveau riche,
Horatio Alger stories
proving the Original EcoPolitical Principle
of interdependent needs and wants
make systems grow longer,
sustain diverse functional relationships,
mutually nurture health
which is,
after all,
a system’s only true WinWin polycultural longterm outcome.

In this light,
I find it fascinating
to explore the similarities and differences
between a late middle-age denialist Donald Trump,
third generation wealthy,
and Elder socialist Fidel Castro,
from at least three generations of not wealth,
just regular folks
doing the best they cooperatively could
given humble circumstances,
and yet great communitarian
multiple-functional relationship expectations
across subtle nuances of race
and religion
and culture
and multi-sensory color and fragrance and taste
and philosophy.

I wonder if this has anything to do with
why you find cooperatively supported small farm and garden
straight to locally driven or bicycled market
nutritional economies,
and national health care,
as a right to cooperative life
multigenerational expectation
in Cuba,
outlasting Castro’s own adolescent and young adult
violent dictatorial issues,
not trusting his own inherited experience
as a magnate for permacultural peace
of multifunctional-multigenerationally deep
and rich
healthy relationships.

Perhaps if Donald
had not been born Third Generation Entitled
and if he had another decade or two
to grow into more mature healthy adulthood,
he could see White House potential
as therapeutic for all Earth’s interdependently cooperative health functions,
rather than his current myopic preoccupation
with what a toxic swampy dump it is,
with how to sound like his cock
looks as big as his militaristic fascist walk.

After all,
a younger Fidel had similar Trumpian oppositionally disordered issues,
counting his number of guns
rather than remembering to stay focused
on growing the number of multiplying functional nutrients
interdependently cooperative relationships
across this network
we Commonly hold
called Earth.


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