Mine is brief, because I felt weird sharing more of my story that that. I also feel that the details of how we're different matter less than the many broad ways in which we're the same: We are ALL suffering because our government, in spite of claiming status as the biggest and best democracy in the world, won't provide us decent health care, reasonable safety-nets, and protection from the people who, before we had a strong socialist* government, had no problem treating the 99% as straight-up slaves, including withholding access to education and weapons as a way to control us.
The answer is not "less government" — but it's not surprising that the supporters of the 1% want it to be. They've lamed the horse, and now they want us to let them shoot it, so they can go back to being lords and having serfs and never having to worry that "the rabble" will have any real influence. These are people who want to use most of humanity as their own personal cattle, to buy and sell and work and kill as they see fit. A government they don't own gets in their way. So first they own it, then break it, then try to get people cheering for abolishing it altogether.
But the 1% should fear the 99%, not the other way around. Maybe it's been too long since we reminded them why.
*Socialist = with public works, public health, public schools, public emergency services and public courts that enforce the law evenly among everyone. All things that level the playing field, and which the 1% are of course eager to do away with (except when they can work it so the public pays for those services, but the 1% benefit most from them).