For those in New York, please when you have the time go down and support the protests. I plan on making a little trip to NYC soon and if the protests are going on I will definitely make an appearance.
From the Guardian:
Looking at the photographs and video of the march coming in on Twitter, it's quite clearly the biggest demonstration since the Occupy Wall Street protests began. Thousands of people thronged through the streets of Lower Manhattan, in what is evidently a peaceful and good-humoured protest.
If there is no trouble later, the protesters will be able to chalk this up as a big success. On the downside, no Radiohead; on the upside, no pepper spray. Some of the marchers are starting to disperse; others are staying to hear the speeches at Police Plaza.
It looks like a spark has been lit. For those that don't know a few days ago some NYPD cop pepper sprayed some peaceful protestors and the video has gone viral. Even the clowns on MSNBC had a segment on it critisizing the junta. So again, for those that live in or near New York, please attend the protests as this is an opportunity to show the powers that be that we won't bend over and take it like good sheeple are supposed to. So much wealth is concentrated in the hands of the few right now while billions suffer. And no these people did not keep or maintain their "wealth" via free market means. When their bad bets went bad they continue to get bailed out at the expense of the tax payer. Europe is yet another blatant example of the bankers shrieking and hyperventilating at the thought of "losses." Please.
Maybe this movement can be the spark that will light the American fire. Do your part.