Wall street protestas

Publicado en 'Economía y Finanzas' por trym, 3 Oct 2011.





  1. trym

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    Se extienden las protestas por las grandes ciudades, el premio nobel de economía Joseph Stiglitz ha expresado su apoyo.
    3/10/2011 - 17:41
    El premio Nobel de Economía en 2001, Joseph Stiglitz, se ha sumado este fin de semana a la lista de personalidades que ya han expresado su apoyo al movimiento Occupy Wall Street, que inicia hoy su tercera semana de protestas, al tiempo que se extiende por otras grandes ciudades del país como Chicago, Los Ángeles y Seattle.

    En Nueva York, esa organización de protesta contra lo que llaman la avaricia de Wall Street, las ejecuciones bancarias y el alto nivel de paro en Estados Unidos han subrayado este domingo su intención de permanecer en el sur de Manhattan durante varios meses, a pesar de las más de 700 detenciones del sábado por ocupar el puente de Brooklyn.

    Entre los más de 1.000 indignados que se reunieron ayer cerca del distrito financiero de Manhattan, se encontraba el Nobel de Economía y profesor de la Universidad de Columbia Joseph Stiglitz.

    Stiglitz se ha dirigido a los manifestantes ante quienes ha criticado el gobierno de Estados Unidos por su incapacidad para mantener los mercados en orden durante la crisis financiera mundial.

    El Nobel de Economía ha expresado su apoyo a la protesta, señalando que puede conducir al cambio

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    http://www.eleconomista.es/economia...su-apoyo-a-los-indignados-de-Wall-Street.html

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    The Truth About Spending All Night And Day Protesting Wall Street

    Julia La Roche | Oct. 3, 2011, 9:25 AM | 108,773 | 87

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    What I wrote about the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators last week infuriated a lot of people — and for an obvious reason too. So I decided to spend more time in their Zuccotti Park encampment, this time not on the periphery, but as an insider, to see what it's really like. (I did not stay the entire night at Occupy Wall Street since it was raining and I live near the park.)
    Af first glance, the Occupy Wall Streeters appear to be a disheveled rag-tag army of hippie civil disobedients that don't really have a clear message.
    But don't let their appearance fool you.
    There are tons of highly educated people that understandably feel angry at big banks and the government.
    While the group's message continues to remain vague, what's clear now is they are starting to organize and they are definitely garnering attention.


    In the evening, Occupy Wall Streeters convene for general assembly.

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    They use the human microphone where the speaker yells "mic check" when it's their turn to speak and the crowd repeats each sentence in unison.

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    Occupy Wall Street doesn't have an official agenda, but they mostly express anti-corporate sentiments.

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    This lady joined in because she had her house foreclosed upon.

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    Occupy Wall Streeters are divided into different committees. They have a legal team and a medical team on site.

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    Occupy Wall Street has a food committee. They rely on food donations.

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    They've had tons of pizza donations with mostly vegetarian toppings from people calling in orders at Liberato's. It's really good.

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    The park sidewalks are peppered with cardboard signs mostly made of used pizza boxes.

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    There are dogs staying in the camp. Here's a kennel that's decorated for the billionaire Koch brothers.

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    There's been a lot of complaining about the lack of media coverage.

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    Film director Michael Moore stopped by and did a hit for MSNBC. He supports the movement and condemned the police response.

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    At Occupy Wall Street, when people like something they use hand signals that look like "spirit fingers." That's me in the lower right-hand corner.

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    This girl told us her friends are wearing clown noses because police would be less likely to lash out at them.

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    There's a lot of music and dancing. Drums and tom-toms are the soundtrack to the protest.

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    They also had an impromptu talent show. This guy appeared to be the MC of the show.

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    Not everyone stays the night to camp out. A bunch of people did sleep in the rain though.

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    In the morning Occupy Wall Streeters had hot coffee and breakfast available.

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    Some try to get some extra sleep before the Opening Bell march.

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    Protestors have been going to McDonald's to use the facilities. Burger King reportedly hasn't been so welcoming.

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    They leave the Zuccotti Park to march for Opening Bell. They also march for the Closing Bell.

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    This sergeant warned those marching to stay on the sidewalks.

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    The march continued around the Financial District and into Tribeca.

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    Here's a shot of one of the protestors marching.

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    Occupy Wall Street has its own library with a copy of the Enron
     
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    There's even a carpeted area with a futon and chairs that serves as a child center during the day.

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    This is the media center. It's powered by a generator and access to the media hub is limited.

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    There's a medical center in the camp. There's also a legal team that counsels those who've been arrested.

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    Former New York Governor David Paterson toured the camp site. "They obviously care. This is the type of grassroots organization I used to see."

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    Princeton University professor Dr. Cornell West joined the protestors.

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    WikiLeaks stopped by to show their support for the movement. They were asked to move their truck a few times though.

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    There were young children protesting too. This girl's mother said she wanted to expose her this sort of thing at a young age.

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    This woman's costume was extremely popular.

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    In the afternoon, the protestors did their Closing Bell march toward Battery Park during a thunderstorm.

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    Think camping out in the rain is crazy?

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    Check Out What Happened On One Of The Craziest Days Yet At Occupy Wall Street >>

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    Buena información.
    Los norteamericanos son expertos en ocultar información sobre las protestas que se estan llevando a cabo incluso en el mismo EEUU. Segun James H. Fetzer fundador de Eruditos por la Verdad del 11/9. Dijo "que el Estadounidense promedio que maneja sus noticias principalmente de la tv no tiene idea de este movimiento de protesta y es un ejm. de como los medios de comunicación estan ocultando información que el pueblo estadounidense y el resto del mundo tiene derecho a saber".
    Lo que dice es cierto no hay muchas noticias sobre lo que realmente esta pasando en EEUU pero las caída de las bolsa es un fiel reflejo de lo mal que esta la economia norteamericana no se puede seguir dandole a la maquinita porque los únicos beneficiados son los especuladores de WALL STREET basta de imprimir dinero de la nada que lo unico que han conseguido es incrementar el precio de los alimentos y materias primas.
    Ahora el gobierno de Humala tiene que tener cuidado ya que los metales estan bajando fuerte somos exportadores de materia prima y esa caída va a afectar el buen desempeño de la economía hay que guardar pan para mayo.
    la bolsa peruana sigue bajando fuerte siguiendo la caída de os metales cuidado con lo que invierten en bolsa es mejor mantenerse al margen y tratar de informarse bien buscando buena información.
     
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    A principios del siglo 20 los ricos en USA llegaron a pagar hasta 80% de sus ganancia en impuestos y asi vivian bien. Fue desde la epoca de Reagan que las corporaciones tomaron el poder en su beneficio. El sistema financiero mundial esta entrando en una crisis en sus fundamentos y tiene que cambiar.
     
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    mientras Obama....


     
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    como!?? el ex New York Governor David Paterson estaba ahy??...i aca los medios no sirven pa nada....recien dicen algo de esta protesta que se esta expandiendo como la polvora... Ya lo veran..la gente se esta cansando y tarde o temprano va a estallar...