The main goal of socialism objectifies the state as the most preponderant factor for a well-organized society. In theory, this may be pretty and even delightful, but in practice, an enormous state will inevitably resort its citizens to a condition of slavery – whether directly or indirectly –, and this could happen gradually, or even rapidly. When the state is seen as the solution for all problems, and it is given to the government a wide range of powers to supposedly resolve these issues, the final result will be inherently harmful: less autonomy for the individual and the society. Its power to choose vastly decreases, and, as a result, the government will become more and more tyrannical.
When you analyze a society which had its autonomy fully compromised, a terrible and catastrophic collapse will inevitably take place. The nationalization of the economy will also rapidly deteriorate the living conditions of its citizens; as the economy will gradually collapse, crime, poverty and famine will destroy the nation. The possibilities to seek for a way out of the precarious system created by socialism will be, undoubtedly, to its citizens, leaving their country for good. Now, in the present day, we have the most preponderant example of this situation in South America. Online, we can testify daily what is happening in Venezuela, and how the country is suffering with miserable intensity literally all the terrible and grotesque ordeals of socialism, and all that came with it: tyranny, widespread misery, political turmoil, death by state repression, unemployment, economic collapse and famine, between many other unfortunate events.
Socialism, especially for the private sector, is a horrendous and detrimental disease; strikes it like a sordid and atrocious parasite with high taxes and abusive tariffs, with the sole objective of taking the money out of the productive system. Without any consideration for the ones who fought hard to have their own business, socialism makes its income with the work, the productivity and the effort of others. And another major problem of this grotesque and abominable form of rule: a socialist government, in order to control society, seeks to expand. The more the government expands, the more expensive it becomes. The more expensive the government becomes, more costly will be the taxes, so the monetary power of the citizen greatly diminishes, and this have a negative impact in his quality of life. Also, the larger the government, more corrupt it will be. The more departments a government have, the more money circulating throughout its vicinities, the more will be deviated. An enormous government will also inevitably become tyrannical. The more tyrannical the government becomes, more oppressed will be the nation, since the government, in order to suppress the possibility of people not choosing socialism, will have to suppress free speech, to prevent citizens of expressing their justified resentment towards the government, in order to maintain an appearance of order, conformity and popular support.
Socialism promotes the gradual, vast, critical and intense deterioration of everything. Socialism kills, never saves. But before killing life, socialism kills the spirit, the happiness, the joy, the will to live. In a socialist state, people die slowly, way before they die physically. This is why socialism has to end, and rapidly. Socialism brings nothing but degradation, misery and suffering.