Notice to Grand Prix Visitors
<table><tr><td>When you enter Montreal, you enter a city besieged. You are drawn here by the prospect of mesmerizing spectacle. You are informed that all measures will be taken to ensure your comfort. You await the bars and parties and restaurants and the multitude of spaces in which you will display your wealth. That your own safety should concern you does not even cross your mind.
Reconsider. Montreal is an epicenter of escalating social war. The spark of the student strike set a fire, and tens of thousands are now resisting. Under the Special Law, hundreds of thousands are now criminalized. Even those most hesitant to take action have been stirred to anger.</td><td><img title="I like cars that go fast. They are a totally fine substitute for life." src="http://anarchistnews.org/files/pictures/2010/civilizationisacarcrash.jpg...
Do not fool yourself into thinking that you can avoid or contain us, or that the police will protect you from our makeshift weapons. There is nowhere to hide. We know every street, every alley, every park. We know where you will sleep, where you will shop and where you will drink. We have been planning to crash your party for some time now.
If you intend to use a car, know that your road may be barricaded. If you want to stay in a hotel, know that we may enter it. If you seek to withdraw money from a bank, know that the shattering glass may sting. If you plan on watching a race, know that your view may be obscured, not by exhaust fumes but by the smoke of the fires we set. Know that the evacuation order may not come fast enough.
Take notice, Grand Prix visitors.
Comité autonome de la grève éternelle
Autonomous Committee for the Eternal Strike