-- for Saturday at 11 AM across Broadway from at Liberty Park @ Red Cube corner
-- Please assemble peacefully on the sidewalk at 140 Broadway.
A company such as Steve Jobs's Apple or General Motors or Ben & Jerry's has a responsibility to act in a responsible manner. Profit is not bad, but adding social justice makes these organizations much better.
No one ever thought of prosecuting Steve Jobs for anything. He was not a criminal. He used his life well. Steve Jobs would not have been a success on today's Wall Street. "We Are The 1%" was not his motto.
"Think different" sums it up.
-- All of you are invited to Occupy Wall Street on Saturday, October 8th at 11 AM
-- Please surround the Red Cube at 140 Broadway, at the corner of Broadway and Liberty Street
-- A speaker from OWS will adress the crowd. A statement of purpose and an invitation to support OWS will be presented.
That site can accommodate 250 easily. As many as 1,000 extra people can be accommodated directly with OWS plans for Saturday afternoon.
Freely exercise your freedom of speech and of the press; and the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Please, feel free to do all of this with Occupy Wall Street.
"The resistance continues at Liberty Square and Nationwide!"
The companies of Financial Capitalism are different. The crimes of their employees are what produced the Great Recession of 2008 and massive unemployment. They also took trillions of dollars from pension funds and from other small investors and generated more trillions of bad mortgages.
Prosecute Wall Street's criminals.
Fraud is still fraud. Financial industry regulations must not be cited to usurp the general protections of the Common Law. NYSE Rules and SEC and banking loopholes must not be allowed to erase centuries of criminal practice.