I would sincerely want this movement to develop an independent voice that would condemn the behaviours of the greedy, who have, at this time, mostly spent the wealth their children should have been due.
This has mainly occurred because we have all been encouraged by successive governments around the world to spend more than we have earned. To spend collateral we didn’t need, without being mindful of the present, let alone the future.
I would be whole-heartedly behind a movement that spelled it out like it is. The bankers might be the most culpable, the most blind, greedy and criminal, but anyone who has been encouraging people to take on larger debts than they can manage is complicit. The behaviour of such institutions needs to be monitored precisely.
I would think that along with bringing sense to what is actually fiscal confusion, we should also think about occupying our own senses in a manner that is at least sustainable.