I agree... but it's also resembles someone pointing a finger at a suspect they believe started an argument, when they only showed up to see the last 3 seconds of a brawl.
This is pretty much all they know. The corporate and political corruption seems as if it's happening more and more, mostly due to the visibility inherited by the latest media and technology practices. The corruption has always been here, and companies have always made money from political decisions, but as of late it's been magnified as everyone would predict. It's not exactly capitalism that's the problem, but bad decisions in politics with no accountability. Capitalism WORKS, but you can't fight old fucks who have been serving life terms, making financial decisions and taking money from big corp. when they're about to retire.
Obviously they need to learn how it works, but blaming capitalism for corruption and failure is a different story than finding a single facet of capitalism that needs to be adjusted to overcome failure.