In the course of monitoring a number of protests around the world for the "Days of Rage" events on September 17th, I did note that there was a demonstration of sorts in Seattle. Apparently the folks at @USDaysofRage were pretty sure Glenn Beck would be interested.
The actual videos are pretty standard stuff. Semi-hearted chanting: "Corporations...are not people." Most of the participants, I would note, seem to have purchased their clothing, and perhaps their printed demonstration materials, from actual corporations and the, um, individuals involved in the manufacturing. Particularly Mr. Dockers right in the front center.
The YouTube uploader must have done something that Beck noticed before. @USDaysofRage says that "artistdogboy" is "renowned" by @glennbeck.
The second video caused me to reconsider some of my preconceptions. I think you'll see the ramped up degree of artistic effort in the cinematography. Not to mention the Shakespearean, "Banks got bailed out, we got left out." Plus, Mr. Dockers reappears.
The third video is the tour de force. Sure it includes both of the first two videos, but in this one artistdogboy really leaves his fingerprint. And then it's time for the police to enter. Hold on to your seats.