The word eviction is an apt term for what is also called a raid of an Occupy encampment. Just like the word raid, it will go down in history along with words like foreclosure and mortgage crisis.
The word foreclosure is a word that many former homeowners are all too familiar with when they are served with 'eviction' notices and told to leave the premises by a certain time. Isn't it really ironic that we can tie the meanings of words together even more as more and more people usually with little or no fault of their own continue to face the consequences of a broken system in desperate need of repairs?
History shows that political movements have taken long periods of time to mature and grow into powerhouses. Take the last several decades or more, for instance. Building wealth was achieved in much the same way at least until more recently.
Movements with a solid ethical foundation of purpose will stand on that principle alone. In a utopian society, they will be enlightened and equitable for all citizens. Some people are just satisfied when they feel that life is more fair.
With that being said, the emergence of the Occupy Movement has clearly not only set a precedent of raised awareness which hasn't been experienced by the masses globally in decades, but also sends a message that genuine fairness has been a missing element in our society for a long time. Some of the citizens have taken that clear message peacefully yet defiantly to the streets while millions more have sat silently in front of computer and television screens and observed using smart phones with empathetic feelings. And it has really only just begun.
The core of the movement is clearly peaceful and that is already established. It is also clear that it will move into it's next phase peacefully and proactively continuing to address the issues that brought about its' existence in the first place. As more and more people feel empowered, realize the power of peace and love in practice and become more enlightened, they can even offer ways for transitioning to a more peaceful, equitable and fair society for all of its' citizens.