Saying what you are doing is education isn't going to change its obvious character as proselytizing. Nope, not even the use of all-caps phrases. Clearly, your "facts" betray some desire to posit "pure capitalism" as opposed to the messy realities where ideologies are bent and twisted around the body of history, states and cultures. It's like somebody in geometry class getting all worked up and saying "yes, really, pure triangles and squares do exist!", and its a shadowy conspiracy when the teacher says nowhere can such a thing be found and pointed to empirically.
Frankly, Libertarianism looks like an undead, zombie form of the nihilism that got us into this mess in the first place. The vast majority of people involved in OWS don't buy it. But whenever you get the scent of political phenomena that defy the idiotic left/right continuum, here come the libertarian preachers, bouncing up and down on Oprah's sofa like Tom Cruise, to "educate" everyone unto the glorious "fact" that there's j u s t o n l y one other way, namely theirs.
Education, with any form of scientific spirit, proceeds in the echo of Socrates' example in the Apology. You know, where he concedes that the Oracle of Delphi may have been right when she said Socrates was the wisest, yet only insofar as where others claimed to know and did not, he claimed only that he did not know. This is a spirit utterly foreign to Libertarian "education", which consists upon knowing everything and propounding it from a pulpit. It explains too much and shows no faculty of doubt.... and no commitment to a process of moving toward truth via cultivated doubt and dialogue.
Most people involved in OWS have a vague premonition, at the very least, that no standard ideological system dug up from the past is going to have much power now, nowadays in a complex world of problems that outstrip past imagination. Imagine trying to explain everything about 2011 even to someone in the 80s. That's not to say we can't look back nor to deny that earlier forms of thought may yet prove valuable.... but nothing like that will have power as already fully cooked and determinate. The challenge of Reason is before us in this crucible; and presently the Libertarian "contribution" appears to be nothing but noise pumping to the beat of smoke and mirror conspiracy theory magic.
You mentioned debt as if it too were ipso facto evil. Graeber has a book on the topic, I think it's called Debt: The First 5000 Years. It may not have all the answers but it certainly sounds interesting. I'm not totally sure of the thesis there, but from what I've heard it sounds like debt is as central to the very existence of homo sapiens as religion and art. ... 'course that's not to say that religion, with one or two of its infinite faces, can't try to cut off it's own body parts.