No, it actually aims to controls the means of critical production through the process of Democracy in the form of Representative Government.
When an elected representative government owns critical infrastructure such as health care, education etc, it is a Socialistic measure, as the means of production is owned by all citizens, not just the private few. Confiscation is one thing but legitimate ownership by elected governments is totally another.
Socialism has nothing to do with confiscation, it has everything to do with society owning critical infrastructure for the benefit of all citizens, ownership by legal means not confiscation. You seem to be trying to draw a comparison between Socialism & Communism, they are not the same.
I still don’t understand the confusion as it is quite simple.
(1) When legitimate democratic governments own infrastructure it belongs to all citizens
(2) When capitalism owns infrastructure it doesn’t belong to all citizens