Translated from dutch: I have nothing to do with old communism, I see myself as a modern communist who believes the true definition of communism. That the system often goes wrong in countries where communism is in place is not something I support. North Korea is not communism but dictatorship (only the outside world likes to call it communism) I fight for the definition of 'communism' that this does not work in practice does not alter the fact that I may fight for it as a person. Somethings like freedom of the press/media, and some (wrong)things that exist in some countries I turn a blind eye to. Media is also the enemy of the people in my eyes, not making an effort for your country is also a kind of betrayal of your country. I don't want to give the impression here that I support the regimes that do all wrong things in the name of communism. I fight for a fair world, I fight for equality, I fight for the happiness of all of us. Every country is doing wrong things and also in every system, I find capitalism an oppressive system where everyone is a slave to the system. I fight for an ideal world (utopia) but why not? I would like a system in which we can all mix capitalism, communism and socialism. Being accused of supporting genocide is really too sick (you judge communism like the Americans do, sickening propaganda and a pure smear against China and Russia. I see myself as modern a new generation with old and new ideas of a system. Yes I am fascinated by certain countries (that does not mean) that I also support them in what they do.