Wall Street (Banker) Protests Spreading To Other States Like Wildfires

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
September 30, 2011

Americans are standing up for what’s right and the mainstream media fails to cover it.

There have been major protests and police brutalities over the last week in NYC as angry citizens peacefully protest the criminal bankers.

The movement has now spread like wildfire to other places, including California.

An excerpt from the International Business Times reads;

Their goal was this: ‘Move in’ and Occupy Wall Street for a little bit, flood lower Manhattan with peaceful protestors and fill it with bedding and kitchens and demonstration signs. Their motive was to show that ‘We the 99% are fed up with the greed and corruption of the 1%.”

The impetus propelling them forward is a disdain for corporate greed, repeated bail outs, tax breaks for the 1 percent, terrible government policy, and the corruption of the Federal Reserve. Initially, the call was for 20,000 people to descend onto Wall Street and occupy it for an indeterminable amount of time, but while there are significantly less than 20,000 in New York, Occupy offshoots have begun to spring up across the country.

Nearly 200 San Franciscans surrounded the Bank of America building in the center of the Financial District Thursday afternoon, rallying against the aforementioned bank bailouts, and yelling “Why is life a bitch? Cause we don’t tax the rich!”

Could this be the spark that starts a revolution in America?