@AuthSoc That homogeneous society idea where socialism and traditionalist lifestyles merge is kind of intriguing. So basically you think that Socialism could end up working for the purpose of creating such a society where parasites, both leeches and hoarder, can be eradicated or kept at bay? A friend of mine is pro-Direct Democracy, and while she does seem to appreciate socialism, she thinks that "it can never work forever, no matter how many ad-hoc solutions you can keep apply to it, you can't fix it." What I do appreciate about the NatSocs is the idea of looking out for each other and trying to promote protection and health to your own country, neighbor, and things like that, albeit many argue that in Germany they didn't really do it properly as it was propagandized. She does mention though that something like USSR's state capitalism could work: still capitalism, but it had work-arounds to common issues of market capitalism. She also says that there currently are examples of organizations, "private" companies, that work entirely per a horizontal structure, though there is research to be done on them.
Basically what you mean is having some kind of proper welfare-based society that isn't exploitative, has everyone work hard and everyone work to enhance the value of the welfare that is re-distributed to everyone in that society?