Given that, in response to the sense that communism was better,
Poland’s fervent anti-Communists have revised the criminal code to include an official ban on all symbols of Communism. Under the new law worthy of the medieval Catholic Inquisition, Poles can now be fined and imprisoned if they are caught singing the “Internationale,” for example, or if they carry a red flag, a red star or hammer-and-sickle insignia, and other Communist-era symbols, or even wear a Che Guevara t-shirt.
And given that the only t-shirts I have are:
Not to mention my Danish Communist Party (DKP) t-shirt, my other Mao shirts, my Marx shirt:
I’ll just have to go naked in Poland.