Yes, but somehow capitalism works differently in every country. In some countries people have high living standards, and in some countries, like in Russia there are low standards of living. And any country's economy condition is always government's responsibility. As for my own life, I also have a good job, and don't need money, but somehow I understand all of this and you don't.
"Why do you think that you should live good, just by shouting on the Red square?" No one is saying that you can improve your life by shouting on the red Square, but maybe shouting on the Red Square can help to change the government, which will finally do something about the economical situation in Russia. It is fucking obvious that basically in any situation you can improve your life "all by yourself" even if you live in Africa, but why should Russians make more efforts to make a living than a citizen of any EU contry??? Didn't this question ever trouble you? Only government using the people as their resourses can change the whole system so that living standards in their country will improve, but people cannot improve the situation all by themselves.
There are basically billions and trillions of rubles just hidden in deputies secret flats instead of being in the hands of people who could create businisess, companies, create workplaces and by doing so improve Russia's economy, but instead, these billions won't even see the daylight, probably.
I just can't understand how can you be so narrow-minded that you think that people are just screaming to improve their lives hoping that it will happen all by itself.