You write: “You argue theory without a single example of an advance economy following your ideology.”
What about the United States of America, which became rich and powerful mostly due to almost extreme free market capitalism of about first 130 years of its existence; until the 16th amendment. Since that socialism gradually made greater inroads. The pace of growth of the American economy is slowing down since then. As Polish saying goes, the darkest place is just under the lantern.
You can mention the British colonial empire as well, which grew up mostly due to the free market.
Argentina is much less known example. By the beginning of the 20th century by all major civilization progress factors, Argentina was head to head with the United States. Then, mostly due to the weaker constitution, socialists were able to do in Argentina what you suggest now in the United States.
And your examples of socialism enriching poor nations are: