Some are afraid to even click on a site that deals with something as controversial as socialism/communism.
The fear of the consequences of dissent are very real in any public discussion of (neo-)communism and that makes discussion wilt and practical action bet delayed, or abstracted into a theoretical exercise.
Actually a theoretical exercise is quite OK and the way to start for some: a purely dialectical exercise on the subject of a virtual communism becoming real can be a highly illuminating ‘gedanken’ experiment that can expose very quickly many of the fallacies in public discourse on ‘what it to be done’. And given the legacy of bolshevism a new generation has no choice but to approach the issue theoretically, with a mind to examine a potential solution short of a cliched hand-me-down from the older legacy.
It is not illegal to do it this way!