Wikileaks supporters and Anonymous stage offline protests, too (photo)


WikiLeaks supporters wear masks of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Guy Fawkes masks emblematic of "Anonymous" during a demonstration calling for the release of Assange from prison. This photograph was taken in Malaga, southern Spain, over the weekend—but demonstrations took place in a number of cities around the world.

(photo: REUTERS/Jon Nazca)


  1. Assange and Wikileaks are so not worthy of the Guy Fawkes mask. Way to make a self-stylized false comparison to stroke your own ego!

    1. Obviously you are unfamiliar with Anonymous’s oeuvre. Assange and Wikileaks are a definite step up. Now cut that out, before those clowns send you few hundred pizzas and mail order gay porn DVDs.

      1. I’ll second that “moron parrot” remark. It made me attend the Melbourne rally. On the march, the crows was the entire width of a city street x almost a full block long, with an equal number remaining at the library. Looked like a thousand to me, but the press reported variously as 300 or 500.

  2. Assange just voted by Time readers the Time person of the year for 2010! By the way, if you don’t want spaces in between the two words, would you let us know? I’ve typed correct words two times and rejected both times…thanks.

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