The socialist then projects their insecurity's on the great
"father figure" of the USA. In doing so they concentrate there hatred of America by villainizing and inventing "facts" and "events" while ignoring real problems outside of there scope of focus, revealing there motives to be far from objective.
The socialist will spend endless time, money and effort
protesting tedious trivialities about the USA, such as trade laws or political meetings, and conveniently ignore tragedies occurring as they protest, such as massacres in Africa promoted by Muslims and Despots, or vicious sectarian rivalries across the Middle East.
The socialist ignores these nasty facts about the world because they were not, in some way, connected to the USA.
The lack of any real connection to their “pet issues” and the USA does not always stop their wonderfully specious logic from drawing a connection. This also extends their putting a spin on historical events, or a complete revision of history itself. A good example of the above is the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, now, it appears, that this was an act of terrorism and imperialism, rather than an ugly act of a very ugly war.
A notable non-socialist country is America (although socilaim is not anti american, just anti poverty and corruption, so america just happens to be in the firing line)where the followers of the republican party are keen to denounce socialist principles as communist (they aren't) and to protray socialism as giving enterprising people's money to those who don't work. This common misconception is partly responasible for American's world beating selfishness and the existence within that country of areas so poor they are lower in HDI than areas of India.
"here's some money."
"now i can sit on my lazy ass all day and let the rich do my work! yay!"