To answer your question, I'm not blaming anyone. Doesn't make sense to do so when the problem is systemic. I suppose one could look to the founders of the system if blame absolutely needs to be found. But I don't think it does. I think finding solutions is more important. It seems to me protesting excludes anyone from finding solutions or working to making a better future for themselves in your mind. But reality is different.
Look, the reality is that the middle and poor classes are being drained at the expense of the rich. It's been going on for 30 years. Standing up and peacefully calling attention to that fact is an exercise of the 1st amendment, for very good reason. You think it's not going to lead to anything. I disagree. Life goes on.