'DAY OF RAGE': UNION PROTESTORS TO 'OCCUPY' WALL STREET

Rewriting the U.S. Constitution.
Imposing a "Robin Hood tax" on most financial transactions worldwide with the goal of taking from the "rich" to give to the "poor." Giving the Federal Reserve permission to regulate interest rates on savings accounts.These are just some of the policies endorsed by a group backing a "Day of Rage" targeting Wall Street and U.S. capitalism this Saturday. The scheme seeks to bring to American streets the "same indignation that has prompted the people of Greece and Spain to occupy streets and squares on a permanent basis, the people of Egypt and Tunisia to overthrow their governments, the people of Iceland to nationalize their bank system and rewrite the constitution." So reads a call to arms by a group calling itself the General Assembly of New York City. The group is asking supporters to participate in a "Day of Rage" on Sept. 17 to begin with the "occupation" of Wall Street and continue with protests across the nation.
WND previously reported how the upcoming protests, replete with a planned tent city in downtown Manhattan, are closely tied to the founders of ACORN and leaders of major U.S. unions, including the Service Employees International Union, or SEIU
Now the General Assembly of New York City has listed some of the possible goals of the upcoming protests: