First, I want to say that I am not against Socialism because it limits socio-economic freedom, thus detracting from personal empowerment and rendering it to "Caesar" - it does, but that's not the main point.
Socialism is a political-economic system that is ambivalent or even indifferent toward human value systems. It is not immoral, as with communism and fascism, it is simply amoral. It creates a moral vacuum in society which is waiting to be filled with something else. And what that 'something else' is will depend on whatever extremist causes are lurking in the political background.
The present values vacuum will be filled by Islam.
While various special interest groups vie to fill the values vacuum in the US created by media networks and their political pawns in Washington D.C., these are not faith-based groups. LGBT, for example, is not faith-based. Animal rights activist groups and tree-hugging groups are not faith-based. They are emotion-based. And their emotions are not strong enough to lead them to those suicidal acts of rebellion which cause much havoc and grief around the world. The activities of these groups rend societies along political lines, but not really along social lines, because those lines were already drawn centuries ago via the Judeo-Christian ethos.
I'll finish this later. Things are getting nuts around here anyway.