Pro-peace actor Mark Rylance gets Oscar

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This video from England says about itself:

Mark RylanceDon’t bomb Syria – Nov. 28th 2015

Protest outside Downing Street, London. Organised by Stop The War Coalition. Protesting against the UK governments newly proposed attacks against Syria.

By Bethany Rielly in Britain:

Oscar win for man of peace Rylance

Tuesday 1st March 2016

PEACE activist Mark Rylance won Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday night — the most high-profile award to go to a Brit this year.

The Stop the War Coalition (StWC) ambassador was awarded an Oscar for his role in Steven Spielberg’s cold war thriller Bridge of Spies, beating favourite Sylvester Stallone.

Mr Rylance has supported StWC and the wider peace movement for 15 years, attending and speaking at many rallies including November’s Don’t Bomb Syria march.

“We don’t accept violence as a solution for problems in any other area…

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