The road to socialism in predominantly capitalist systems
In a system that is X% capitalist and Y% socialist, where X > Y, the problems derived from Y will always be used by socialists to justify more socialism.
This is because, since X > Y, all problems must come from X.
As Y becomes bigger and eventually bigger than X, socialists start to blame external factors.
When Y = 100%, the misery and authoritarianism are so extreme than the only thing that matters is to save the victims.