Sunday, October 16, 2011

Anti-Wall Street

The first turn was to come home owner is Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs
Movement to Take Over Wall Street would extend its action by directly protesting rich people or the United States known as the "1 percent". A number of American millionaires, billionaires such as Rupert Murdoch and Goldman Sachs boss Lloyd Blankfein on the list of their goals.

On Tuesday, October 11, 2011, they demonstrated at the residence Blankfein thus making it fail to speak at a college. Then they continue the action along the eastern part of Manhattan that is home to the owner of News Corps' Rupert Murdoch, and JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon.

"Billionaire tour" so the nickname of their action today. "Join us to walk into houses some bank executives and companies that do not pay taxes, cut jobs, credit fraud is involved, mempurukkan our economy," said one of the initiators of this tour in New York.

Their aim is nothing but to push these executives to take responsibility for America's economic problems.

The plan, this Thursday, thousands of students from 56 campuses in the United States would join. They are part of the same movement emerged in several cities in the United States. Reuters

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