A national Occupy gathering will take place in Philly at the end of the month, and is set to be a turning point in the entire movement. There are tons of questions regarding the controversial protest group, which began at Wall Street to quickly spread to a worldwide phenomenon. Is there a certain future for OWS and its subsidiary branches? Will the national rally influence followers to do something drastic for attention? Probably not.
The gathering is set to last for five days, beginning on June 30 and ending on July 4th, which is totally befitting of the whole movement. The Fourth of July will be an amazing day for supporters of true liberty and freedom and the Occupy gathering will surely have something celebratory in store.
Unlike those who support fascism and corporative rule, supporters of the OWS movement and its branches aren't going to go away any time soon. In fact, it's safe to say that they're here to stay indefinitely. Negative reports exaggerating crimes and other nonsensical things only draw away from the point that is being pushed by the protesters -- the banks need to stop reaming its customers and the top one percent of the nation need to start paying their fair share. Period.
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