I'm sure that you are right, and that Capitalism is an evil that must be stamped out. I've watched you occupying various public spaces and setting up your designer tents that cost more than some people earn in a week so it must be true. I've also heard you speaking as you qued up for your $7 Starbucks coffee after spending the night in said tent. I have two counterpoints to your argument that I'd like to make.
What a bunch of pretentious do-nothing assholes. Only the very people who benefit the most from the evils of Capitalism could take the time to protest it. Those who are truly marginalized by the system are too busy making a living to give a shit about your cause. Don't get me wrong, I'm tuned in to what you're saying. You're message isn't flawed, it's you.
You want to make a difference? Really? Then make the hard choices, and put in the work. Go down to a shelter and help the homeless. Man the phone at a Sexual Assault Help Line. Be a Big Brother to a kid who has no father. Help a starving child get a meal. Donate some of your wage to charity. Do something, but please, for the love of God, shut the fuck up. You can sit in your warm clothes, in your expensive tent, sipping your bloody latte quoting Marx and you know what? That guy is still homeless, that girl still got raped, and that kid is still hungry so pack up your tent, recycle your cup, adjust your priorities and get to work.
Thus ends the rant.