Protesters worldwide geared up for a cry of rage on Saturday (today) against bankers, financiers and politicians they accuse of ruining global economies and condemning millions to poverty and hardship through greed.
Galvanised by the past month's Occupy Wall Street movement, the global protest began on a sunny spring day in New Zealand and is due to ripple round the world to Alaska via London, Frankfurt, Washington and New York.
As to be expected riot police will be prepared for any trouble - cities such as our own London and Athens have seen violent confrontations this year - but it is difficult to say how many people will actually turn out despite a rallying call across social media websites, hopefully with the weather conditions promising to be pleasant many will turn out in London?
So if you’re angry at taxpayer bailouts of banks since 2008 and at big bonuses still paid to some who work in them while unemployment blights the lives of many young Britons, why not join us to day.
Occupy London Stock Exchange calls supporters to meet 12 noon at St Paul’s Cathedral on Saturday, 15 October