Apparently there was an attempt to organise a similar event in my country (Singapore) too.
At first I thought it was a bit silly because the area they planned to occupy is so crowded on weekdays that it looks perpetually "occupied" anyway.
Then it appeared that the organisers realised it too. So they changed their plans and said that they would do the occupation on a Saturday instead.
The problem is that the same area becomes a ghost town on Saturdays and Sundays and no one will be there to pay any attention to the protest except the protestors themselves.
So anyway, interestingly enough, the event here in Singapore has nothing to do with the banks at all. People here trust their banks.
Instead the protestors plan to protest against our two sovereign wealth funds (yep, the same two giants that sought to take over Citibank and Merrill Lynch during the 2008 financial crisis).
This kinda tells me that people are protesting for all kinds of different stuff. It's just fashionable to go and Occupy someplace, anyplace, to make a statement about your unhappiness. And your unhappiness, well, it could be about anything ..... This whole "Occupy ______" movement lacks any real consistency or theme.