The so-called Occupation of Boston protesters demanding a re-ordering of our capitalist society has attracted about 1000 demonstrators who have been camping out at Dewey Square and who have now moved to the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
About 100 of these peaceful demonstrators – protesting the lack of jobs and asking for a redistribution of wealth – have been making a place for themselves across the nation.
For those of us who lived through the rise of the anti-war movement during the late 1960’s and 1970’s, these demonstrations appear to be the beginning of something that may have great traction.
If that is the case, watch out and be aware.
It looks like a new storm is forming on the horizon.