Bailout the people, not the banks! See you November 30th


The Treasury Committee of Parliament’s Independent Commission on Banking gave their final report yesterday at Westminster. They heard witnesses from executives of banks like RBS, HSBC, and Lloyds, and it’s their charge to examine the policy and investigate the actions of these banks regarding the crisis. We want to remind Parliament that their duty is to the people, not the banks — where is our bailout?

We took our message on a jaunt all over London:

the millennium bridge! the london eye!

trafalgar square!

our good old home, st. paul's cathedral!


What makes up a city, we ask — the Londoners or the landmarks?

The people of the UK will not stand for their government’s silence or their collusion with the financial industry. They will stand up on November 30th for the largest general strike in recent British history. See you there!


4 Responses to “Bailout the people, not the banks! See you November 30th”

  1. “What makes up a city, we ask — the Londoners or the landmarks? ”

    The people who live and work in it, not those who pollute and defile it. Go home while you still have some dignity

    • Graham
      good of you to point out that the people at OLSX ARE DIGNIFIED.

      everyone who lives and works in london pollutes and defiles it at some level,
      its just more wrong that the 1% who live and ‘work’ here tend to defile the 99%.

  2. Bail out the people not the banks – that’s exactly what Prof. Steve Keen said on BBC Hardtalk.
    He’s the economist the occupy movement should be advocating.

  3. Mick,
    watched that one as well, truly enlightening, and a must see.
    can also suggest another bbc Hardtalk episode, quite shocking
    got to give the BBC a lot of credit (non financial credit of course 😉 ) for putting on a good few programmes lately highlighting the world of economics, money and capitalism. All of their top presenters fronting them as well, should help awaken a lot more of us 99%ers to the realities of how money is all corrupting.


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