Jayel Aheram, a libertarian and anti-war activist, gave the final speech at yesterday's "Occupy Coachella Valley" event. It featured one of the shortest lists of demands I've heard thus far: "End the corporatism, end the wars, and END THE FED."
Those aren't fleshed-out policy prescriptions, such as this list demanding a larger, stronger regulatory state, but it is the only list of demands I've seen calling for less government.
Also notable: Instead of defining the 99 percent (see some of that here) Aheram chose to define the 1 percent:
It is the 1 percent, the top 1 percent, of this country that have the money to buy elections. It is the 1 percent of this country who are elected to government using the money they get from others in the 1 percent to win elections, and once elected do everything that they can to not represent us in the 99 percent.
Make no mistake: your representatives in the House of Representatives, your senators in the Senate, your president in the White House, are all part of that top 1 percent.
It is the 1 percent of this country that gave the bailouts to banksters and the corporate fat cat using the money they stole from us in the 99 percent. This is not capitalism, this is corporatism.
It is the 1 percent of this country that gave us the Patriot Act which protected no one and only served to destroy what little civil liberties we the people in the 99 percent have.
It is the 1 percent of this country that gave us the TSA, which everyday subjects us in the 99 percent with daily violations of our personal dignity.
It is the 1 percent of this country that lied and got us into these endless wars.
Full video here: