Right-winger: Good luck ever getting society beyond the profit motive, cucks. Rational self-interest through market exchange has been the guiding principle of all societys’ distribution of resources. It just makes intuitive sense!
Socialist: Actually there are plenty of examples of societies that have distributed resources without the profit motive.
The overwhelming majority of human history, from classless hunter-gatherer bands to stratified feudal fiefdoms, from pastoral villages to technologically-sophisticated empires, from modern communes in both politically socialist and hippie lifestyle manifestations, from city-states that utilized markets but didn’t base their primary mode of resource distribution upon a historically-specific capitalist imperative to compete and reinvest capital: Yes