You praised the economic system of the USSR:
Economically it was left, yes, and that actually saved the state from the Depression (and people say communism is bad. Bah! This is a thing that makes me largely in favour of leftism, because communism actually worked instead of the capitalistic "solutions" the Conservatives and US made). But socially the state was too far right that people fail to see the economic advantages of communism, and I would even say that isn't totally unfair (most communist regimes and states are absolutely terrible examples of communism).
This is ridiculous for a number of reasons:
- it's full of No True Scotsman fallacies about "true" communism, which is a mythical unicorn that has never existed
- it ignores that the Western responses to the Great Depression, such as the New Deal (created by a liberal Keynesian) did actually work
- more importantly, it completely ignores that the economy of the USSR was only successful during the period of industrialization and later on, it completely stagnated and was a major reason the Soviet Union imploded. The economy was always full of shortages and mismanagement, workers were not well paid, there was (highly ironically) widespread inequality, and the standard of living never reached that of the Western capitalist countries.
The only advantage communism has is large-scale industrial production. If the state says to build a factory or churn out military hardware, it can easily be done. But meeting the needs of the populace? Virtually impossible. Even a totalitarian state can't run a whole economy without any kind of market mechanism. China figured this out a long time ago and their economy skyrocketed in growth.