No. First of all, capitalism is not a system, but merely a method of how money is used as the remuneration of trust in goods and services provided.
There is nothing wrong with the premise of capitalism, except that we have not built a system that promotes our evolutionary interests, and people are now awarded money even when they do not generate trust we can all hang our evolutionary hat on.
If you had started a tobacco company, you would have made a lot of money, now 30-years later causing the third leading cause of death to Americans and ballooning health insurance premiums (even for non-smokers) to fight off the nasty after-effects — wealth distribution not in favor of the greater-fools of smoking.
If you had started Facebook, beginning as a reliable platform to share your personal information, you would now have been the third-richest guy in America. Less then ten years later, Facebook has grown into a monster of debilitating totalitarian monism of groupthink fed by advertising dollars more insidious and mind-numbing than American cable television. Wealth distribution not in favor of the bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
The problem with humanity is that we do not subjugate our manmade systems to the kind of freedom that promotes our collective strengthening. We deploy a free-for-all without paradoxical rules that perpetuate a vile-maxim of selfish interests dominating and damaging collective interests. That is not the way for human ingenuity, foresight, and capacity to make our species outlive a common fly.
A reason why I decided to reinvent the operating-systems for humanity eight years ago. There is no need to fight capitalism because every country in the world deploys its methods to assign money to trust, the real thing you should be fighting for is the evolutionary integrity of trust.