See, this is so typical for socialists. Take three words out of context, twist them, pervert them, and ridicule them. And yet, do not tell the truth.
10 repetitions of "but greed is good, right?"
You deliberately omit the part where I said "greed has its bad sides, but...". Yes of course, greed, and in particular excessive greed, can be bad. Nobody can deny that. But it also has good aspects. It drives people forward. Yes, it's not pretty, but it's a necessity. Without greed, we would have nothing (in fact, we would not even live).
Jealousy has no good aspects. It's just plain negative and destructive. Socialism is jealousy.
Socialism has no good aspects (in theory, it sounds like a good idea, yes...). Socialists take from those who work and produce (the "thieves who only steal") and direct their earnings into their own pockets. You know, it's not like socialists are against possesion. No, no... they just want to possess the same stuff as the others (and more), without working. What is yours is also mine, but stay away from my stuff.
I challenge you again: What about those good socialists that take 6-digit euro sums from the needy and even bigger 6-digit euro sums from the industry? What about the good socialists who waste close to 10k euros of tax money (per month, not per year!) on hosting their own permanent "coiffeur royal" in the style of Louis XIV? That, and eating from golden plates and having parades with gilded toy soldiers doing their ceremonial dance, but at the same time telling the people (mind you, those are the exploited workers, damn those capitalists!) that there is not enough money to pay for their retirement, and not enough money to build schools. There's also not enough money to repair those holes in the main street. But yeah, there's always enough money for me to bathe in champagne in a golden bathtub. From tax money.
Wasn't the French revolution exactly about abolishing that kind of thing? Now tell me why every mayor in France wears the Royal honor band? Every minister wears it, too (but on the opposite shoulder, for some reason?). Why do people who disapprove of nobility want noble titles and dress Napoleonesque? Why does a socialist need a medal on a ribbon? And what for, anyway? Did any single one of them save a million lives or find a cure for cancer? Did any single one of them ever produce anything but... words?
Why does every fucker in Germany get the order of merit, solely for doing a more or less ordinary, meaningless job for more than two years (and not even doing it good!), such as consul or minister? How can 30 orders or merit be reserved for haphazardly selected members of the parliament per legislative period, regardless of any actual merits, just like this? What have these people done? And why would they even want (being good democrats and socialists, after all) a symbol of totalitarism?
How can socialist ministers who (apart from being liars in every other respect anyway, like every politician) were caught lying not only about their imaginary PhD, but also about their imaginary highschool grade simply say "Yeah, you know what, fuck you. I'm not resigning, I'll still cash in 18k per month for the rest of my life"? If I did that kind of thing, I would not only be fired, but I would have to fear going to jail for unlawful assumption. But hey, for as socialist, that's perfectly OK.
If you want an example of why socialism/communism is evil, look at the very example that you have given yourself at the beginning: China.
Why are people in China so unhappy? I mean, it's the paradise, is it not? Why have people been fleeing from Russia (or the DDR, if you will) ever since the end of the second world war? I mean, it's just great there, isn't it. Why would you risk being shot by border guards? They must be crazy.
Why do the border guards shoot at them at all? After all, if they are fleeing from the paradise, they must obviously be mentally ill. No sane person would flee, would they.
Been to China recently and taken a deep breath? I hear there's people going to China for treating lung diseases. Try it. I've heard the water is really good there, too.