10/19/2011 05:01 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

WATCH: Little Girl and Banker Cheer #OccupyWallStreet

Bloomberg and other Bilderberg billionaires laughably profess that the #occupywallst movement is a protest against people that clean the floors and place the calls on the market floor.

No one's protesting against these folks.

As someone who just returned from Occupy Wall Street, and as someone who feels impelled to go back, I can tell you the janitors and brokers are among the protestors. Young, old, poor and upper-middle class Americans know it. We all know it.

We all know they are all living in an unsustainable system, built solely to put more power in the hands of the few. It's on the brink of collapse, and it doesn't take an economist to know that something doesn't feel right. It only takes a Kindergarten education to know that when you wash your soil into the ocean, you can't grow more food. When you pollute your water, you shouldn't drink it. When you run your car on oil, on a planet with limited oil, eventually you won't be able to drive that car.

Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Together and Occupy Everywhere is not the beginning of a revolution, but the middle of one -- the tipping point, the peak of willful ignorance that is losing its will, and is now entering a state of consciousness ready to explode. It's up to you to decide where it lands.