So, my dad came up with an idea for a new political perspective: Anarcho-Ursinism:
"A non-hierarchical, non-aggressive, loving and humble social order based on the principle that we are all 'bears of very little brain' who should be allowed to pursue our goals, for example honey, free from the interference of illegitimate authority figures, such as Wols and Rabbits, but with respect for those with genuine knowledge and skills (Christopher Robin, for example) and with a special concern for those who are weaker than us, such as Piglet.
We should fearless challenge the hufflelumps and wozzles of injustice, oppression and inequality. If we decide our destiny is to find the North Pole, we should do it, and if it rains, we should learn how to both look after ourselves and how to cooperate with others to help our 'friends and relationships', and that is the entire human race.
We should also be comfortable with the likes and dislikes of others, because after all, there are some thing Poohs like that Tiggers don't. And we should not try and fool mother-earth, or indeed Kanga, because she is smarter than we are. There is only one Hundred Acre Wood, and we had better take care of it."
That made this picture inevitable.