“I am a 22-year-old American living in Copenhagen for a year. Part of the reason I came to Denmark was because I could not take the radical left silence and disorganization that I saw as American apathy anymore. You are making me want to come home. You are making me proud of my country for the first time in my adult life.”
This is the tenth communiqué from the 99 percent. We are occupying Wall Street.
On September 27th, 2011, we marched on the Financial District’s Luxury Night Out, where couples wore outfits that cost more than we will ever make in a month and looked at cars that cost more than we will ever make in a year, afterward, they went back to one of their many houses that cost more than we will make in our lifetime.
Occupied Boston doesn’t need a bullhorn to have their voices heard. They have the people’s microphone.
So does Michael Moore, who addressed us tonight.
Occupied San Francisco grows larger every day.
Occupied Chicago was dispersed but not defeated. They will regroup and reoccupy.
Add your home. Make your voice heard.
We are growing. Block by block – city by city. We will see change in this country, in this world.
It will happen sooner than you can imagine.