Wall Street protests may not be exactly aimed at business or capitalism as a whole, but seems to be largely against the financial sector. There have been problems in the financial sector, and people in America are protesting against it. In America, capitalism has over matured, leading to many financial problems. The last decade in U.S. has seen a tilt towards corporate sector against people. Its financial sector makes 40percent of corporate profits. The income levels of ordinary people have hardly grown. Government bailed the banks out, but made people pay for it, leading to the present outcry.
The public anger is growing each day against corruption and inequality in political and business sector. While the income of the lowest 10percent might have increased in the last decade, the standard of living has hardly improved due to inflation. If the problem is not address soon, we may see powerful backlashes like Occupy Wall Street in the country. Or has it already begun through the Anna movement?