The aim of socialism is not "free money",but an increased role of the workers in industrial relations. Few socialists argue for the unemployed to remain so for the "free money", instead allowing them a greater say in industrial relations and a greater "safety net" in the form of conditional welfare.
By "conditional welfare", I mean a welfare program similar to existing structures, where unemployment benefits are only made available to job-seekers or those unable to seek work (e.g. disabled persons).
I've tried to read it a few times. I think you need to rewrite the original argument text. What your trying to say isn't easily evident. Perhaps you can try rephrasing it. Thanks.
Original argument text: many-people-arguing-the-case-that-socialism-or-communism-is-preferable-to-capitalism-will-do-so-under-bad-faith-there-are-no-compelling-arguments-for-them-but-the-thought-of-free-moneyvalue-subsidizes-them-trying-to-fraudulently-win-the-argument
Under capitalism in America, the current level of income and wealth inequality is similar to the proportion of wealth owned by a slave compared to a slave owner in the times of slavery. The poor get just what they need to survive, while the upper class capitalizes off of the poor man's labor.
The solution to bad capitalism is good capitalism. All the "1%" people have to do is spend more money in better place's. The solution to bad socialism is capitalism. People need to stop acting like they know what's best for others. You get what you work for, and you can't help someone you dont know