“All our universities are turning into book-balancing business schools or results-driven scientific research centres, treating students as client-customers who deserve to see an investment return in the form of increased living standards and higher salaries in exchange for spending their student loans, and funded by patrons and public bodies wanting to see practical results. Once you joined a university to service the global advancement of ideas. Now you employ it to make you more employable. The notion that thinking about abstract ideas like art and life might be an end in itself is being priced out of existence and legislated into oblivion.”—Stewart Lee
You cannot fight for animal liberation without also fighting capitalism. If your goal is to end all unnecessary exploitation of animals then you also need to take into consideration that capitalism exploits human animals (as well as non-human animals).
If you are fighting for animal liberation but not fighting capitalism then you are not interested in ending all exploitation. You are just interested in ending the exploitation of non-human animals.