Protests, stirred by various issues (many related to the widening income inequality gap) are filling the streets of cities across the world. In Lebanon, there’s a mass revolt against corruption and poverty. In London, thousands of people demanded another Brexit referendum. In Chile, the cost of living protests have taken a deadly toll. In Haiti, “a struggle between President Jovenel Mo├»se and a surging opposition movement demanding his ouster has led to violent demonstrations and barricaded streets across the country.” Protests have rocked Spain’s Catalonia region. And hundreds of thousands protested in Hong Kong again over the weekend. (If only Americans had something to get stirred up about…)