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Because socialism isn't just a deluded naive left-wing political ideology concerning the state ownership of good & services any more, it's a much broader dangerous mindset pervading every aspect of our lives.
Labour and the Tories are just two sides of the same coin, because they are all "Socialist" at heart.
I use the word "Socialist" in the sense of "not-free-to-chose", and that "they" know what is best for "us". "Us" of course being a ubiquitous amorphous mass where individuals and their personal choices take second place to what "they" decide is the "greater good". Of course the "greater good" depends on who's votes they're after today, tomorrow or next year.
I'm quite certain my fellow citizens who's houses are being forcibly purchased & knocked down for HS2 et al don't feel part of either their or anyone else's "greater good".
Neoliberalism is nothing more than a Socialist sop to persuade people that you aren't so naive and conceited to think that you can actually plan something as complex as human societies or their interactions in a supposed free-market.
Of course what we eventually realise is that there is no free-market, just a market of enforced choices dictated by those in power deciding on the current "greater good".
Capitalism doesn't precluded monopolies or "state" sponsored evils - only genuinely free markets participated in by genuinely free individuals can stop that.
As long as our masters of the universe think they have a right/obligation/whatever-excuse to interfere with everyone else's free choice - of which an especially good example is oh I don't know...
Say like deciding who can or cannot offer their service of driving someone somewhere in their car in exchange for fair and equitable compensation, then distortions like these will always occur.