All of humanity's greatest achievements (visiting the moon, halving world poverty rates, drastically reducing inter-state wars, vaccines, improved standards of living, etc.) happened after Capitalism supplanted monarchical feudalism and merchantilism as the primary economic system.
aussume: all problems can be traced back to capitalism => capitalism is a problem. the humans naturally developed capitalism => capitalism can be traced back to human nature => human nature is a problem. human nature existed before capitalism => human nature can't be traced back to capitalism
Capitalism facilitates growth of wealth through mutually agreed exchanges. It lets those without property work and acquire property. Problems arise when the gov intervenes and the exchanging party that is deprived seeks a way to bypass intervention. Inequality is a political not economic problem
All the problems as we know them know. Perhaps capitalism was necessary to give perspective for a possible living standard. Now we must evolve out of it and find new possibilities in favor of everyone, no matter what race, class or gender. Don't forget, capitalism isn't a force of nature.
because "liberalism" is filthy petty bourgeoise and rentier class ideology, as if the extra income for a class of fortunate real estate, shop and website owners justifies the social injustice at large.
because capitalism has no regard for anything other than profit, which led the capitalists to lie about anthropogenic global warming, and prevent a transition to green energy, which may well destroy many existing ecosystems, make half of land based species extinct, and kill millions of people.
because capitalism is not based on scientific, observable facts. It's based mostly on closed pressupositions that form a belief system (e.g. invisible hand). It really resembles more a religion then anything else.
Capitalism is a system in which a society is expected to compete in itself to make money and survive. Capitalism also encourages individualism which alone is a social catastrophe. We are expected to work for our individual interests only.