1% occupation, 99% procrastination

Is no one happy these days? If you've just read Niall Stanage's informative article on the previous pages about the Occupy Wall Street protests, you will realise that yet another bunch of people are o

30th October, 2011
Demanding an end to greed once and for all Photo: getty

Is no one happy these days? If you've just read Niall Stanage's informative article on the previous pages about the Occupy Wall Street protests, you will realise that yet another bunch of people are out there moaning about stuff.

Instead of going out, getting a job and paying their taxes like good citizens, these people have decided to go 'camping' in the middle of New York, Washington, Madrid, Dublin and various other cities around the...

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