We are the 98%?

Having participated on the fringes of #occupy, this story attracted my interest (and the poster above uses a number of iconic memes!): The Occupy movement is a disparate yet articulate protest movement directed against economic and social inequality. Although it has not rushed to make demands, it has galvanised support with the slogan “The 99 per cent”, referring to the concentration of wealth among the top 1 per cent of income earners. As a meme, Continue Reading →