Yes,to call a spade a spade is definitely my tactic,you won nothing.
The problem is that most capitalism is ‘crony capitalism’.
If business people can team up to manipulate the markets then they will. It makes money for them, and that is the point. If capitalists can team up to make a State to enforce laws that benefit them, then they will. If capitalists can team up to take over the State to enforce laws that benefit them then they will. They will call these laws and these power structures ‘free markets’, or say they are essential to the functioning of free markets.
In a society in which profit is the prime good, then the wealthy become the epitome of virtue and talent. They are by definition the good and worthy people. They make sure that their kin inherent the wealth, and make a ruling class with a State to support them, and make sure that even more of the social wealth goes to them. That is basically the history of the last couple of hundred years with a short interlude after the second world war.
In capitalism, wealth eventually comes to control the means of communication, the means of learning and the modes of thought, and the means of violence and law enforcement. Wealth makes sure it cannot be attacked. The wealthy elites may try and deflect attention from their power, by paying people to attack other groups as elites, but generally these other ‘elites’ are not that powerful to begin with - they don’t have that much wealth.
The system of free markets makes plutocracy. This always happens, and the State grows to maintain the systems of wealth and oppression.
Indeed people/politicians who talk a lot about free markets do these things all the time - this is what is called neoliberalism and has been working quite well for the wealthy for the last 40 years.