US Protests Spread to 1,000 Cities
Widening US protest rallies against the prevalence of top-level corruption, poverty, and social inequality in America, which began in September in New York, have now spread to more than 1,000 cities across the country. Rallies have spread from Freedom Plaza to McPherson Square, where “Occupy DC” is being staged by people that are younger and more grassroots.
The widescale US protest movement support a prediction I made in the summer of 2010 that reads as follows: “Currently more than 80% of Americans see problems with America’s two-party system – with 31% believing that it is seriously broken and that the nation needs a third party. This figure, along with a fragile economy whose fiscal capacity is all but maxed out, increases the prospect for social revolution as a daunting possibility. The political fallout of the Cardinal Climax may be the rise civil unrest, tax revolts, and large-scale protest and dissent. New York astrologer Michael Lutin also believes civil dissent is inevitable, saying “expect the American public to split and take sides between those who refuse to yield to change and those who demand it. Due to unabated economic decline, growing unemployment and public dissatisfaction with where the nation is going, the Cardinal Climax could signify the rise of a potent grass-roots reform movement throughout the U.S. that will come from a demoralized citizenry who feel abandoned by their government. This movement will demand major economic reforms, a restructuring of the tax system, strive for state sovereignty, and fight to reverse the concentration of wealth and power from a deeply entrenched and advanced oligarchy that is composed of an elite ruling class (members of either the Council of Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, or the Bilderberg Group), who command industry, commerce and U.S. foreign policy and act as puppet masters for both major political parties.”