The media claims Occupy Wall Street has no clear agenda. I disagree, there is one whether people know it or not. They are saying "we must change our current economic and social philosophy, which is based on false assumptions, distributes wealth unequally, and provides no safeguards for 99% of the world's population". Here is what it's called:
If you don't know what that is please read the article. It means 'liberal treatment of corporations' and has been the driving model worldwide for decades. It has nothing to do with Democrat or Republican or Communist or Socialist or American or Chinese. It is way beyond that. It is the predicted "military-industrial-complex" ripening on a global scale. It is corrupt politicians and banks and corporations flaunting their disobedience to all common ethics and morals while the rest of the public suffers with an increasingly-militarized world drained of resources. It's a form of cancer.
These are complex times but this isn't rocket science. It's harder to explain but easy to feel what's happening. We all feel a sense of betrayal that this savage and selfish misuse of capitalism and politics and militarism has gone unchecked. We can all feel the manipulation, dysfunction and greedy lies behind it. It's pretty much everywhere now, with the sociopathic media driving the team.
But they are busted, we know what they are doing. This is like a mass citizen's arrest. Therefore, we point to ALL the symptoms of this reckless economic debauchery:
...and so on, since they all stem from the same cause -- a Neoliberalist economic policy that was CREATED BY and GROSSLY FAVORS the wealthiest 1% of the population. Now, what is so 'disorganized' about that? Please spread this around, I'm sick of hearing about 'varying agendas'. They are so wrong. It doesn't all fit on one picket sign but it's all connected.
Here are some rational, though difficult, goals:
1) Corporate Law must be revised or eliminated and our former system of checks and balances restored. It supplies the 'power' for all of these problems and is being amplified daily.
2) Banks and investment firms must be separated, it's ludicrous that creditors can invest our own money to do so much harm. Banks have too much access to money--they can make it from thin air, they can use the money in our accounts, etc. Investment firms should be required to raise money like everyone else.
3) The Fed, the Treasury, the whole way money is sold to the Government in the first place, is a devious system. Banks then control money in yet another slippery way. Really, the Fed should be eliminated although I doubt ANYone has the power to achieve that without bloodshed. But it could be reformed.