According to the organizers of this protest, about 4,000 people have already responded to the call spread on social media, and which is replicated by different personalities in the world.
We need your help to be part of this huge protest in support of Julian Assange and freedom of the press, says the call to form a human chain around the Palace of Westminster, in central London.
In a video released by WikiLeaks, U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone urged everyone in London on Saturday to take a few hours of their time and come out in defense of a man, he said, who gave everything for his principles.
Julian Assange is an extraordinary human being who thinks and acts according to his conscience, so all of us who care about freedom and the right to dissent should express our shame and anger at the warmongering nations that prefer to hide war crimes and persecute the messenger, he said.
British rapper Lowkey considered the Australian journalist, whom the United States intends to try for exposing on WikiLeaks murders committed by U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and other secrets of Washington’s diplomacy, to be a hero of the international peace movement.