After protests in Spain, Greece and loads of other countries they have landed in the United States. Occupy Wall Streets is a movement for the 99% against the 1%. That 1% stands for the wealthiest Americans who control almost 75% of the nations wealth. Far from us being a political blog we think it is strange that banks and bankers tend to make loads of money of of other people’s misery, but when they hit troubled waters they need those same people’s tax money to bail them out and keep them in play and work. A little bit of dignity and some moral standards would go a long way.

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The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Morning commuters walk past Occupy Wall Street campaign protesters sleeping in Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York September 27, 2011. Protesters complaining about the power of the financial industry staged noisy demonstrations and slowed pedestrian traffic on Wall Street for the second week. The Occupy Wall Street campaign started last week, with several hundred protesters setting up camp in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street campaign protester sleeps on the sidewalk in Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York early September 28, 2011. Protesters complaining about the power of the financial industry staged noisy demonstrations and slowed pedestrian traffic on Wall Street for the second consecutive week. The Occupy Wall Street campaign started last week, with several hundred protesters setting up camps in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street campaign protester wears a mask on the back of his head as he walks through Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York early September 28, 2011. Protesters complaining about the power of the financial industry staged noisy demonstrations and slowed pedestrian traffic on Wall Street for the second consecutive week. The Occupy Wall Street campaign started last week, with several hundred protesters setting up camps in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A group of demonstrators are detained by police inside a Chase banking center during a rally against banking institutions as part of the Occupy Wall Street campaign in San Francisco, California September 29, 2011. The demonstrators were later released. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street campaign listen to Andrew Carbone in Zucotti Park near the financial district of New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street campaign listen to speakers from organized labor in Zucotti Park near the financial district of New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Members of the New York Police Department watch as demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street campaign chant slogans during a protest march in the courtyard near the NYPD headquarters in New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Pedestrians stop to read protest signs from the Occupy Wall Street campaign in Zucotti Park near the financial district of New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A demonstrator from the Occupy Wall Street campaign stands in front of an American flag emblazoned with corporate logos in New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A demonstrator from the Occupy Wall Street campaign sleeps on the concrete in Zucotti Park near the financial district of New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A demonstrator from the Occupy Wall Street campaign stands with a dollar taped over his mouth as he stands in Zucotti Park near the financial district of New York September 30, 2011. Protesters who have camped out near Wall Street for two weeks gathered on Friday to march to police headquarters over what they viewed as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities and Muslims.The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members have vowed to stay through the winter, are protesting issues including the 2008 bank bailouts, foreclosures and high unemployment. More than 500 people were gathered ahead of the start of the planned late afternoon march to One Police Plaza, the center of police operations, in downtown Manhattan. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester sleeps in Zuccotti Park in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A cardboard sign labeled 'Medic Space' sits above medical supplies in Zuccotti Park where Occupy Wall Street protesters are camped out in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester reads a newspaper in Zuccotti Park in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester sleeps on the ground in Zuccotti Park in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A protester reacts as he is arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Protesters react as police begin to make arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Police officers reach into a crowd of protesters to make an arrest on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Protesters sit on the road in plastic handcuffs after being arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Police square off against protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A police officer leans over to talk to a protester after hundreds were arrested during an Occupy Wall Street march on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York October 1, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester wears a mask with a message written on it at the demonstrators' camp in Zuccotti Park, lower Manhattan in New York October 3, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street protests moved into their third week on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests
The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester writes on a board of thoughts and ideas at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan in New York October 3, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street protests moved into their third week on Monday with demonstrators camping out in Zuccotti Park. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

An Occupy Wall Street protester and her dog sleep at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan in New York October 3, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street protests moved into their third week on Monday with demonstrators camping out in Zuccotti Park. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A demonstrator places a sign on the sidewalk as he takes part in an Occupy Wall Street protest in lower Manhattan in New York October 3, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street protests moved into their third week on Monday with demonstrators camping out in Zuccotti Park. REUTERS/Mike Segar

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A sign sits among items belonging to protesters at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan in New York October 3, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street protests moved into their third week on Monday with demonstrators camping out in Zuccotti Park. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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The Occupy Wall Street Protests

A couple kisses during a march in support of the New York Occupy Wall Street protests outside City Hall in Los Angeles, California October 3, 2011. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

The Occupy Wall Street Protests

Signs lie on the grass before a march in support of the New York Occupy Wall Street protests outside City Hall in Los Angeles, California October 3, 2011. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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