Cars belonging to the city of Paris municipality were set on fire on the night of May 18-19.
“Hear, hear, honest citizens! Happy subjects of this best of worlds. The show will start again. Businness as usual!
After this regrettable but very useful interruption (which allowed to experiment on a large scale with new surveillance and control techniques), the electoral circus will take place, finally, on June 28th [date of the second round of the municipal elections, which should have been held on March 22, but postponed due to the chorobavirus epidemic]. You are ready?
We don’t care to know who the next mayor of this city will be. Against every power and against every politician, whatever his field.
As a small contribution to this era, apparently conducive to the nocturnal actions carried out by small groups, on the night of 18-19 May we set fire to a pickup truck and a car of the Paris City Council, in rue Corvisart.
Down with authority, long live freedom!”