It seems since about 6 months ago it has been less and less in the news? What's the conclusion about it? What did it ACTUALLY accomplish? I am not taking a stand here saying it is good or bad all that controversy has been hashed to death already. But I will say it was costly by all accounts and resulted in a lot of lost productivity. But, on the other hand it built awareness around several long-term social problems namely income inequality. But was it merely reactionary without effecting real change in the "system" it decried (since the "powers that be" are still in control of the economy even the politics of America. I am just trying to get to the final analysis on it since it seems to have run it's course at least a current event issue. Or so it seems. Certainly in Canada there is a lot less activity and it's almost getting ready to fade into the history books.
I was just looking at a youtube on the Occupy in downtown Dayton OH last October and it seemed so weak and silly. Just my reaction.....Viewing such videos a few years back seemed to have more impact...and that's just it...was it just a reaction destined to fade???