US Protests Spread to 1000 Cities

Anti-corruption protests in the US, which started from the Wall Street in New York, have now spread to 847 1000 cities across the country, US activists report.

From PRESS TV (click on link for updated videos)
Oct 8, 2011

The “Occupy Wall Street” movement started its demonstrations about four weeks ago and it has continued gatherings until now.

As of Friday morning, the website “Occupy Together,” a hub for nationwide events in solidarity with “Occupy Wall Street” reported gatherings in 847 cities, Democracy Now reported.

On Thursday, activists kicked off the “October 2011” protest by occupying Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.

Demonstrators protest against corporatism, unemployment, poverty and social inequality among other things.

They blame Wall Street practices and corporate influence on White House policies for the deepening US economic crisis.

“We need to stop investing in privatization. We need to start worrying about the 99 percent of the population. We need to start investing our money into social welfare programs,” one protester said.

The members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have vowed to stay out through winter.

Protesters use the slogan “We are the 99 percent” to call attention to the fact that they are not part of the one percent of Americans in possession of the nation’s wealth.

A young protestor that really understands who/what is responsible for the “Looting of America”.

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3 responses to “US Protests Spread to 1000 Cities

  1. yeah….it’s time for revolution indeed….otherwise the banksters won’t give up until the entire world is enslaved and homeless..

  2. Massive corruption military Industrial Complex, Big Pharma, Big Oil, Big Corruption Bribes Kickbacks and no accountability… Time for Revolution

  3. I plan to join the protest when I return to the Chicago area. We all need to be more visible.

    Jeanette

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