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    (July 30, 2011- )
    Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    International protest movement with more than 2,600 jurisdictional bases
    Flagship branch is Occupy Dataran
    Initiated by the Adbusters Media Foundation, based in Vancouver
    Motto, taken from NYC’s Occupy Wall Street, is ‘We are the 99 percent’
    The same showy protests that the hippies used (like we didn’t do that ourselves once).
    Many of its members are students who often wear high-priced duds.
    Russell Brand is a supporter.
    The political slogan was picked up from the blog page of an anonymous activist.
    So they have the time to go out and protest but no time to go out and get an education, or actually do some real work (to say nothing of the resources they consumed at the expense of those who are working)?
    Amazingly, it took six weeks for the second movement, on opposite coasts of the United States, to take root.
    It is based primarily on the Arab Spring model.
    Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Alec Baldwin are supporters.
    The protests themselves died down quickly — at least in public (unlike the Spanish protests, which began that May).
    It is living proof of the ‘think globally, act locally’ credo.

Credit: Cool It All Right?


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