Protestors swarming the house of Jamie Dimon, and "God's Worker" Lloyd Blankfein cancelling a talk after protestors planned to show up for his speech....
Whatever your thoughts about the origins of #Occupy Wall Street...the sh@*'s appears to be getting real for the banksters.
NEW YORK, Oct 11 (Reuters) - The Occupy Wall Street movement took protests to the New York homes of super-wealthy executives on Tuesday as rallies against economic inequality were planned this week for over 50 U.S. college campuses and in several cities around the world.
Protesters began marching through Manhattan's upscale Upper East Side on a "Billionaire's Tour" to take their grievances to the homes of global media mogul Rupert Murdoch, JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon and other wealthy bankers.
Goldman Sachs boss Lloyd Blankfein canceled a talk at New York's Barnard College, and though the company -- which received and repaid a big federal bailout during the financial crisis -- said a scheduling conflict would keep him away, students from nearby Columbia University were planning to protest his appearance, according the university newspaper.Read more: