Since there is more liberty in capitalism, the quality of person that society produces has a direct effect on the structure. America has lost it's moral compass. As opposed to when I was growing up, we don't have a cohesive set of "national values". I'm just calling it "national values", I know that's not the proper term, and it was more of an illusion than a fact. However, it did set before us, an ideal. Watch a re-run of "The Rilfeman" sometime. At the end of every episode, there's a little "moral of the story" between Lucas and Mark. That would be ridiculed today. But, it influenced us back then.
We now have a nation filled with self centered people, many of them with little to no character. They have the attitude that making as much as they possibly can, regardless of who it harms, is the way it's done. What this video points out, is that capitalism has flaws, just like any other system. Unlike socialism/communism, under capitalism, a worker has a chance to better his or her circumstance, but it requires a good measure of skill, work and luck.
One of the flaws of capitalism American style is the incestuous relationship between senior management and boards of directors. No one can justify the golden parachutes for CEOs who virtually wiped out thriving companies. But it happens. Compensation for senior management is approved by the board. The CEO of company A gets a huge compensation package. Coincidentally the CEO of company B is on the board for company A. Guess who's on the board for company B? The CEO of company A. Get the picture? And the losers are the shareholders.
Capitalism, when run by people with damaged or even no morals, looks like what we see. Put those people in key positions in a socialist/communist society, and it looks even worse.
Capitalism is a better system, but it's not perfect. And the people we have in the system exploit the flaws.