Silly me, assuming you'd dislike shit like all the productivity gains of the last forty years going to people we never meet, Australian workers being made to compete with slave labour, shredding all the wilderness to pillage for obsolete commodities, legislation in all sorts of areas being dictated by special interests in exchange for a few cushy jobs, a media landscape utterly dominated by evil filth, and of course I could go on and on, but let's just jump straight to the impending collapse of ecosystems over the coming decades.
Naturally, there's a mile of propaganda designed to convince you that all these problems, plus gulags and whatever, are socialism's problems too, and there's no good system to be had so we might as well let the billionaires go on raping us. But just ask yourself whether all these problems are more or less likely to be solved by a system intended to align people's interests with the collective interests of all people, or by a system that intends to maintain a large (and growing) underclass, utterly subservient to the whims of a tiny cabal of insane scumbags, who have the people's supposed representatives dancing to their tune at every turn.
Labor actually looked relatively decent at the last election, although still too gutless to stand up for refugees or push back against 'national security' secrecy and overreach... Pity Australia's Trump threw $60b at hating on Labor, on top of the standard background of wall to wall Murdoch bullshit. They only just lost, but now the gumption that went into those policies offered at the election has totally evaporated. Albanese is a fucking piss-ant. I'm not talking about Labor anyway, since calling them socialist has been more and more of a stretch ever since the coup in 75.
Socialists haven't looked like being in charge for that long. To blame them for anything happening here today reveals a susceptibility to demented right wing propaganda.