A hipster movement started on the September 17, 2011 in New York City that claims to voice out for the 99% who are being screwed over by society. In reality, the movement is a sham because there is no clear objective. Obviously everyone is against big banks being bailed out and poverty destroying the country, but making such vague claims that "everyone deserves to live a better life" gives no one any clue on how we might achieve it.
Has anyone seen the irony of this movement? The protestors are not representative of the 99%. I bet half of the protestors lived a good life where their parents worked in banks and investment companies, provided them luxuries, entertainment, and educational opportunities. What's their complain again???
The occupy wall street protestors easily criticize and condemn the 1%, but I wonder how many of them would make a deal with the devil if they could be just as rich as the CEOs?
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