Actually, feudalism and serfdom are the end results of socialism. Maybe socialism is more accurately described as neo-feudalism, since the peasants aren't ruled by nobility, but by socialist government.
Conservatism is about supporting and keeping those social institutions and government policies which do the best for the most people, especially when it comes to retaining peoples' right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and the Constitution which protects them from an overbearing government.
For the neo-socialist who has some kind of Disney fairy-tale belief about how great socialism is, I have a question.
How does "collective" ownership of a means of production work, exactly? Do a bunch of people just gather into a crowd in one place and *poof* a factory magically appears, complete with tooling, designs, equipment, materials and a market?
A look at how the American auto industry came about shows that they were created by people with an idea who put a lot of sweat equity into creating a product, then into creating a place to manufacture and a means to sell their product. Many American industries were started by small time entrepreneurs with an idea or a vision.
How is your socialism anything but people who don't want to take that time to invest personally heavily in order to succeed and create something that wasn't there previously?
I personally know someone who took all his money and spent all his time and effort on a coffee shop. Long hours and days and weeks of little initial success, but then he tried some ploys, drew some customers and over time, now now, over 20 years later, has a franchised coffee business with over 140 locations.
And franchising means that other people can own a piece of the business. And of course he gets the lion's share of the wealth generated by the business - he created it out of nothing.
How does that happen when all the workers want their piece of the pie but don't contribute to how that means of production came into being in the first place? Your socialism model reminds me of those Chinese ghost cities.