This is a Dutch TV video, recorded on the Beursplein, the square outside the Amsterdam stock exchange.
The Occupy actions there, inspired by the worldwide Occupy Wall Street movement, are continuing this Monday after the weekend. As traders entered the stock exchange building this morning, demonstrators shouted “No, we wont pay for the crisis.”
Anti-cuts activists came face-to-face with the “enemy” today as City traders returned to work at London’s Stock Exchange: here.
USA: Occupy Wall Street Signs In Zuccotti Park: photos here.
67 percent of New York City voters support Occupy Wall Street: here.
Unlike all other major papers, no coverage of Occupy Wall Street on the front page of Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal: here.
Who Are the 1 Percent and What Do They Do for a Living? Mike Konczal, New Deal 2.0: “There’s good reason to focus on the top 1% instead of the top 10 or 50%. There is evidence that financial pay at this elite level is correlated with deregulation and the other legal changes that brought on the crisis”: here.
USA: Rep. Barney Frank Connects Defense Cuts Drive to Occupy Movement: here.
Argentina to Wall Street: Latin American Social Movements and the Occupation of Everything: here.