Nation’s 10 Biggest Banks Could Lose $185 Billion As Customers Move Money New research shows the nation’s 10 biggest banks could stand to lose as much as $185 billion in deposits over the next year as the movement to move money to credit unions and community banks expands. http://www.democracynow.org/2011/11/22/headlines#1 Out of a trillion dollars, how much do we spend nationally on; 1 Cell phone service 2 fast food 3 tobacco 4 alcohol 5 snack foods 6 cable television service 7 lotteries 8 Print news media 9 video games 10 dvd purchase and rental and what would be the effect of us boycotting all of these seemingly non essentials, for a strategic period of time ? Of course the basic goal for the future is that all of these venues that we spend money on, be from Black suppliers and vendors, but in the interem, there is great power in unilateral boycotts in a capitalist corporatocracy, during times of economic down turn. For instance what is we Occupied Black Friday, across the 50 states, and really made it Black! As in we refuse at least (75% of our 34 million regardless of economic status) to shop for that entire weekend, or spend a dollar outside of Black shops and stores?