By David Gilbert | IBTimes
Beginning on tuesday in cities in Australia, New Zealand and Japan a global protest by Anonymous will gradually spread across the globe as the diverse group looks to protest issues ranging from NSA surveillance to government corruption.
The headline Million Mask March will take place in Washington with members of Anonymous meeting at the Washington Monument before marching towards the White House. The stated goal of the march is: "To remind this world what it has forgotten, that fairness, justice and freedom are more than just words."
The Million Mask March is being held on 5 November to coincide with Guy Fawkes Day which commemorates the failed attempt to blow up Parliament in 1605. Anonymous has appropriated the Guy Fawkes mask made famous in Alan Moores V for Vendetta comic published in the early 1980s and subsequently in a 2005 film adaptation.
The mask is used by Anonymous members as a way of identifying themselves, as well as by other protest groups such as the Occupy movement.
A total of 400 cities around the globe are expected to take part in the protest, with Facebook pages set up in countries as diverse as Nigeria, Mexico, Bulgaria, Italy, Ireland, Canada, Serbia, Belize, Switzerland, Brazil and Poland.
A march is expected to take place in Trafalgar Square in London at 6pm on Tuesday with the administrator of the OpVendetta site saying the event would be "a march on Parliament, a display of our growing numbers, and a meet and greet for Anonymous activists around the world and all groups and different people from around the UK to say to the Government enough is enough."
Anonymous UK is planning the march on the parliament to be a silent one and warn those taking part to give no sign of aggression and in the event of police action to turn around and "resist peacefully."
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