The Faces of Occupy Wall Street – Max

October 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

“I’m 21 years old. I run the donation and dissemination of food for occupysf. I’m deeply dissatisfied [with the economic crisis]. This movement is a way to have people understand. We are all working with the same issues. I want to change everything. This is the first crack in the foundation that needs to be removed. It’s a way for people to voice their universal dissatisfaction. Money became the impetus for existence in America. It’s a culture based on consumption. We consume experience in the same way that we consume each other. It’s distressing. What happened on wall street is a perfect example. A suicidal individualist impulse is driving our country’s progress. I’m as confused as anyone else. My whole life the world has been this way. I’m trying to figure out how this should work and everyone in the movement is trying to figure out their role in it. I’m here until it’s not here anymore.”

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