Occupy Wall Street began one year ago today with something they billed as a “day of rage.”
Judging the physical, verbal and sexual assaults that followed the movement around the world for the few months that it was prominent, day of rage was an appropriate term.
Today, Occupy seems dissipated but it could be back.
On its one-year anniversary, Occupy Wall Street plans “occupations of corporate lobbies and intersections.” Handouts available on the group’s website list 40 “corporate targets” for action including such big names as Fidelity Investments, Federal Reserve Bank, and Standard & Poors. Protesters are encouraged to “wear business attire,” presumably so they can mix in with office workers.
I for one will be keeping an eye out for developments.