At least seven men and women are arrested and thousands of other men and women attend the “Occupy Wall Street” (a international “Day of Rage”) more than the weekend to protest against power of economic industry. The “Occupy Wall Street” protest, which was inspired by Tahrir Square and started on final Saturday, aims to collect 20,000 individuals to set up beds, kitchens and peaceful barricades in order to occupy Wall Street and surrounding areas in Reduce Manhattan for a few months. The target is to finish corporate greed and the corrupting influence of income from politics. In other words, protesters express their anger more than the economic technique which they say favors the wealthy and effective.
Hundreds of participants in the “Occupy Wall Street” protest demonstrate the Wall Street to disrupt the pedestrian flow and avoid financial workers to get to operate on September 19, 2011
Organizers predict that the protest would last for weeks
Protesters carry posters which study “Occupy Wall St” on their way
According to Bloomberg News, at least seven individuals have been arrested
Policemen have to verify the New York Stock Exchange workers’ identifications to enable them get to operate
Men and women, who protest the economic method, stand on the monetary district sidewalk. They aim to turn the area into an “American Tahrir Square”
A participant sleeps in Zuccotti Park – the gathering area of all protesters on September 19, in New York City
Occupywallstreet.org says that the aim of this movement is to “restore democracy in America” against the influence of the ultra-wealthy. They post, “We Are The 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%”
An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator is arrested in New York, September 19, 2011.
A police officer covers his ears to block from noise from demonstrators
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