According to the protestors, a revolutionary movement was necessary to eliminate the discriminatory practices of the large corporations who along with political leaders were increasing and feeding the inequality rise between the rich and the poor. Corporations’ greed was uncontrollable and they were ready to loot every single citizens of its wealth with their financial and power muscle. The protest took place on the Wall Street against large banks, multinational corporations and enterprises, and economists who had been filling the market with negative advice in disguise of positive ones. These optimistic advices had a significant wealth eroding impact on many large and small investors.
The movement is spread worldwide with its branches going in multiple countries and having their own Occupy movements and raising their concerns among political leaders and large multinationals. It has had an impact on man of the countries who have supposedly promised to change the policies or introduce new ones which are free of discrimination and will feed the rise on equality of social and economic benefits.
The primary reason for the movement to remain alive and protesting in countries is the rising income inequality which is getting worse as researched by many of the world’s social agencies. Oxfam, an international agency which works for the elimination of poverty and reduction of inequality produced the following report in 2015.