The problem with that, Nilasarasvati, is the problem of universals. I would argue that agglomerations such as "society" only exist because we have rendered ourselves temporarily unconscious to the particulars. In the end, in whatever action you take, you are a particular (and not even that, ultimately). Thus, when you try to tell people about universal problems, people become hopeless, they cannot do anything, simply because the description you have provided them has no relation to the reality within which they find themselves - they see themselves as a particular, or particular agglomeration, which when universalised into a still greater agglomeration, makes one even more hopeless. While on a so called "social level" you can only make changes on an individual bases, of you want to give people hope, give them emptiness. Ultimately their "individuals" are not themselves, and they lack any control over them because they are also false agglomerations.
Thus, we say, we vow to liberate all sentient beings, but in order to do that, a Buddha's skillful means are adjusted for each "individual." What helps Sariputra attain enlightenment is not the same as what helps Ananda. "Systems" like Tantra, are just generalisations, ultimately, there is only your own practice, and even then, there is nothing.
Just because we believe that the three poisons are the root of all suffering doesn't mean we can only cure (or must confront) those poisons on an individual basis.
If you don't believe me Nilasarasvati, you can provide a concrete example for exactly how I can do this right now. What action would I take to act in a non-individual way? It is the proposal of a fallacy, and cannot be done.
What actual thing can one do to interact with a so called "system?" Can you draw a picture of this "system?" What dimensions does it have? What colour, taste or smell does it have?
This is like saying, you need to confront "love" or "justice" and engage in actions with it. "Move justice x meters north." It simply cannot be done, these are concepts Nilasarasvati, which exist in a religion of abstract fetishising. If you want to talk about anything in reality, you need to be able to sense it with the 6 senses. And that doesn't even give you any information on how to interact with it, or whether you can at all - if you even have the freedom to within dependent origination. In the end, there's no one acting, and nothing which is the object of action.