Day of Rage on Wall Street‎

September 17 has been targeted as a U.S. “Day of Rage,” leveraging the Arab protests using the same name that took place in the Spring, this year, but in what’s planned to be a set of peaceful protests against corperatism and corporate money in politics across the nation. The U.S. Day of Rage urges citizens to rally in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland. Wall Street, specifically, is targeted by the protests. Thousands of people from across the U.S. are planning to converge on Wall Street today (Saturday) to protest America’s “corrupt democratic process” and the use of corporate money in American elections. In a nod to the nomenclature of the Arab Spring, organizers are calling it the U.S. “Day of Rage.” The day has already seen support from activist group Anti Sec, which wrote on Twitter Thursday: “Americans it is now our time. The Tunisians did it, then the Egyptians. It is OUR time. It is OUR America.” Anti-consumerist magazine AdBusters asked on its site: “Is American ripe for a Tahrir moment?’

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Day of Rage on Wall Street‎

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