Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 4, 2011, 6:48 p.m. EST by Raggaemon
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According to what I've heard from Ed Schultz and others is the Occupy Wall Street movement lacks any central theme or agenda. If we go back in time to when South African apartheid was enforced there were people calling for people and companies to divest from the South African economy in protest to their system of racial oppression. Why not borrow from that piece of history and demand American companies and their Wall Street investors to cease the rapid outsourcing of the American workforce as the central theme ?