Yes, that's all very well and admirable, but
a) This subthread is about the general perception of the anti-globalisation movement, and the best indicator of general public thought is the mass media. It doesn't matter whether the info is 'right' or 'wrong'; if you are interested in what the man-on-the-street is thinking, the mass media is among the best places to find out.
b) Any movement, no matter how right it is or how much it resists evil, needs the public onside to be successful. If public opinion is that the anti-globalisation movement is a bunch of dirty hippies, then that is a big problem. Again, it's not about right or wrong. If you are right and 300 million Americans are wrong, you lose. That's the thing about democracy.