This video from the USA is called Noam Chomsky on Occupy Boston 9/30/2011.
USA: A time of reckoning for Wall Street: here.
The 99% occupy Wall Street: here.
Bank On It: They’re Scared. William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: “Far be it from me to accuse Gandhi of missing a note, but in the case of the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests, the Mahatma’s famous quote appears to be lacking a few essential words. ‘First they ignore you,’ he said, ‘then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.’ That’s not quite correct…. First they ignore you, then they ridicule you… Then they get scared”: here.
Occupying Wall Street: What Went Right? J.A. Myerson, Truthout: “Of all the criticisms being hurled at Occupy Wall Street, the most substantively interesting is the issue of scale. How large can the living-society portion of the occupation grow, dependent as it is on a reasonably small living space and an inspiringly simple if limited amplification system? Questions like this are worth pondering, and I’ll be taking some of them up here at Truthout in the coming weeks, but let us pause for a moment to consider how astonishing it is that this is a concern at all”: here.
Occupy Wall Street-style protests spread to Britain: here.
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