This is just an idea... the following is a speculative draft (Copyleft 2011):
Whereas, a global crisis of social inequality haunts virtually every nation across this planet.
Whereas, the international Power elite actively seek to acquire and consolidate political and economic power in the hands of the few.
Whereas, global institutions of governance have subsequently become manipulated to this end.
We, the international 99% hereby propose, in the name of equality, predicated upon a foundation of universal liberty and in solidarity with all humankind, the meeting of an international GA to be held on the 23rd of January, 2013 in the City of Tunis, Tunisia.
The aim of this meeting shall be to establish international ties between occupations in all countries so as to unite in our common fight against international corporate hegemony.
The participants in this meeting are to be selected by the independent processes of their respective Occupations from points around the world.
A crisis is haunting humanity — the crisis of social inequality. The power elite, from the streets of Tunisia, Cairo, Tripoli, Athens, London, New York and elsewhere across the globe, have entered into an unholy alliance to defend this crisis. Where has this elite, through the consolidation of wealth and political power into the hands of the few, not actively sought to maintain and expand its control? Where has this elite, through the application of violence or the threat of violence, not engaged in the repression of voices seeking to undermine their control of wealth and power?
Two truths are thus evident:
I. People around the globe stand in common opposition to a culture of austerity for the masses with impunity for the rich. Their wish to defend our rights against domination by corporations and the super-rich over political and economic life has been acknowledged by the power elite of all nations as a threat to its continued power.
II. The time has come for students and working people as well as all people materially disenfranchised by existing systemic social oppression to openly, here at home and all over the world, put forward their views, aims, and tendencies in order to find the points of unity in our common struggle for freedom from global corporate hegemony.
To this end we have put forward the following declaration:
We condemn the unwarranted and continual acquisition and consolidation of political and economic power in the hands of the few. Further, we seek reparative action against this elite few to benefit the many upon whom great material deprivation has been inflicted. We stand against the manipulation of society's institutions of governance for the benefit of the few and seek to establish new practices, where necessary, to ensure that these institutions operate with a focus on the public interest. We additionally seek to defend against the devastation of our planet and its people resulting from the misapplication of human wealth and power. We seek a future in which we may live sustainably in a robust and harmonious society.
Since some months before the start of the Occupy Movement in North America as spearheaded by Occupy Wall Street in New York, the following question was posed:
What is our one demand?
Our response to this must be clear:
Equality, predicated upon a foundation of universal liberty in solidarity with all humankind.