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Who/What/Why

1 The current system is unsustainable. It is undemocratic and unjust. We need alternatives; this is where we work towards them.

2 We represent all ethical nationatity, backgrounds, genders, generations, sexualities dis/abilities and faiths. We stand together with occupations all over the world.

3 We refuse to pay for the banks’ crisis.

4 We do not accept the cuts as either necessary or inevitable. We demand an end to global tax injustice and our democracy representing corporations instead of the people.

5 We want regulators to be genuinely independent of the industries they regulate.

6 We support the strike on the 30th November and the student action on the 9th November, and actions to defend our health services, welfare, education and employment, and to stop wars and arms dealing.

7 We want structural change towards authentic global equality. The world’s resources must go towards caring for people and the planet, not the military, corporate profits or the rich.

8 We stand in solidarity with the global oppressed and we call for an end to the actions of our government and others in causing this oppression.

We are the 99%
You are the 99%

This is what democracy looks like.

Come join us

Daily General Assembly

Visit http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/occupy+edinburgh

The @OccupyEdinburgh General Assembly takes place at St Andrew Sq. every Tuesday and Saturday at 7pm.

The General Assembly is the decision-making body which works towards consensus for the occupation.

Everyone is welcome, and you don’t have to stay overnight to take part, so come down to St Andrew Square introduce yourself and get involved.

You don’t need any prior knowledge to join an assembly. The process is explained at the start of every meeting, but more information can be found here .