Comment: you are confusing so many things it's hard to know where

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you are confusing so many things it's hard to know where

to start. Communism is not a government. It is an ideology held by a particular government, a party. A passport is not a travel permit, it is proof of citizenship of the country you claim to be a citizen of. I don't care if the concept of citizenship implies loyalty to you or not, that's your business. I do care that if you have a position in my government or even a vote as a citizen, that you will help determine which wars I and my brothers will fight, without even the minimal expression of common interest of being only a citizen of my country, and no other. I will look at the votes you cast and the policy decisions you make with suspicion if you are a citizen of a country with possibly conflicting interests.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali