This video is called Global Occupation: 1,000 cities unite in ‘Wall Street’ anger worldwide.
Americans have been worshiping a bull. Too many citizens, and particularly politicians, prostrate themselves to Wall Street’s bronze idol: here.
Police action in Colorado’s capital city, which included several injuries and 20 arrests, was part of a wave of repression in the US over the weekend, including in Nashville, Portland, Oregon, Rochester, New York and Austin, Texas: here.
REPORT: NYPD directing “drunks” and “aggressive” people to Occupy Wall Street protest: here.
Bill Keller’s Ridiculous Put Down of Occupy Wall Street | By Amitabh Pal: here.
A series of reports over the past ten days—on poverty, wages, income inequality and social mobility—have painted a portrait of America starkly at odds with the official mythology of the United States as the land of unlimited economic opportunity, the country with the world’s highest standard of living: here.
Australia: An estimated 1,500 people marched last Saturday in Melbourne as part of the international Occupy movement against social inequality. The protest was called to re-establish an occupation site after police brutally assaulted demonstrators, arrested about 100 people and dismantled the encampment at City Square on October 21: here.