Although the term "socialism" has some historical virtues, as shown both in Asia and in Scandinavia, from a theoretical POV it is at best intrinsically worthless and at worst (especially in Europe and in countries culturally downstream therefrom) a Jew
trick for stealing the revolution. In English and in cousinly tongues thereto the older term "commonwealth" can better handle all positive aspects suggested by "socialism". The commonwealth is based on a mixed economy of both private and state-owned
The pivotal requirement of "commonwealth" = overall rule by the just sovereign, who balances the relations of the four classes (priests, warriors, merchants and slaves --these traditional labels being understood broadly) in the evolving national interest.
One of the very few established websites worldwide to publish any of my articles was "4th Media" of Beijing, edited by Kiyul Chung PhD. This site now seems completely to have disappeared. Another hoofprint here of Big Boss Xi Jinping? Fortunately from my
POV, a surviving site of interest "The 21st Century" ==> https://www.21cir.com/ <== has preserved the text I had in mind for the occasion of "Memorial Day" here in the USA:
"The Full War US Aggression against Korea from 1950 to ’53, An Entirely Criminal Exercise in Mass Murder"
Hal Womack on 2015-08-23