Does Occupy Wall Street have a future?

I share the same sentiments on the Occupy Wall Street in a piece I wrote last year. Indeed, the severity of the crisis afflicting the world capitalist system will ensure the continued generation of militant mobilizations on a more massive scale. The OWS is only the beginning: https://karlomongaya.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/the-limits-of-the-occupy-movement

Systemic Disorder

Will Occupy Wall Street have more birthday celebrations? The movement marked its second anniversary with a daylong series of events in its New York City birthplace, but with smaller numbers than it has drawn for past events.

Having spent September 17 at series of rallies and marches, I have no interest in surmising the end of a movement into which so many have placed great hopes. But two years on from the electric beginnings of Occupy in Zuccotti Park and its rapid spread to hundreds of cities, it must be asked: What is the future for Occupy? Or has it accomplished its mission, to be supplanted by as yet unformed movements to carry forward the work of building a better world?

The Occupiers and allies ranged from a couple hundred to several hundred at the various rallies and marches — noticeably smaller than 2012’s first anniversary. A credible showing considering…

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