... or at least one.
Occupy Wall St. is back, and it seems like they may actually be starting to organize cohesively. A year later, it looks like they've taken their time in becoming more prepared, and this time if they declare what they're actually about (or can come to consensus on it) perhaps they'll actually have a shot at sticking around.
Even if nothing comes of it, at the very least they serve to highlight the wealth disparity between rich and poor, the decimation of the middle class, and the fraudulent and illegal activities of the world's biggest banks - and the world is taking notice.
Millions of people from around the world in hundreds of countries took part in Occupy protests - and many more had their interest peaked by it, even if not taking part directly. Many important people came out in support of them. This time, they've got someone important coming out to support them again - a world leader, in fact: