if the occupywallstreet movement is to succeed, its vagueness is due credit.
many onlookers ask 'but what are the demands?'
What are we protesting against?
The movement is not confined under one banner
rather, it is a clear display against financial elites,
which are propagating endless war, unemployment,
and taking away the future of the middle class and environment.
The 99% refuse to be oppressed by the 1% with a quarter of the nation's wealth.
Specific causes isolate groups and are ultimately divisive.
As we see in NYC and in solidarity gathering across the country, the 'lovely disorganization' of occupywallstreet makes everyone feel like they can be part of it, and it is out of this spirit of youth that a populist mass uprising can thrive.