A problem with the capitalist culture is that it focuses the attention of people on winners; it tries to look for winners in each field of endeavour, and it succeeds: most of the times, the winner is not considerably better than the lossers; It is maybe even worse than the lossers; but finding the right winner is not the goal: the goal is to have a winner, or a small set of winners, on which the attention of people can be focused.
That means that we have a group of people which will beneffit from the attention of the rest of us (money, fame, power
Up to now they have succeeded quite a lot. Do we like what the outcome of this culture has been? How long will we keep on trying - and not succeeding - on being the winners? When will we decide to stop fighting each other, and instead work together for the common good? Does really people preffer being second-class citizens and having some idols, or would we like to have our richenesses better distributed?
Time will tell