But Occupy Toronto was goodcop'd out of St James Park while 98% of the populace sat and watched, unwilling to lift a hand in their own interests..."
I don't think that all that many people perceived the Toronto occupation as being in their own interests. That's probably true even for people who paid attention at all. I had the perception that the occupation had become less about activism and more about creating an alternative community. That's a defeatist strategy and one which historically hasn't proven very effective.