It is important to differentiate beliefs from facts, and equally important to accept that every belief system has its limitations. There comes a point at which it is necessary to look at things from a different perspective.
I am just sharing a different perspective, not asserting it to be absolute truth.
Different perspectives that we bring to problems leads to different solutions. Therefore, it is important to approach problems with an open mind, if we want better solutions.
Take recent PNB scam as example.
One can blame crony capitalism for the problem, ask for strong government control and better governance to root out corruption.
Alternatively, one can take a different perspective, and ask why such problems come with state owned banks. Can such a scam happen in privately owned banks, like HDFC? It is possible, but there is a sense of ownership in private banks, and the owners have strong incentives to not let anyone steal from them. Perhaps we can remove the problems of corruption and crony capitalism by reducing government control of economic resources.
But it should be kept in mind that this is just a different perspective. It will have its limitations, and every concrete problem must be approached with healthy skeptimism of our beliefs.