Masked Domestic Terrorists Brandished a Soviet Style Communist Flag at McGraw Square in Seattle
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo, produced on Saturday December 7, 2019 at McGraw Square in Seattle, WA, two bandanna disguised anarcho-communist terrorist counter-protesters at a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event, brandished a soviet style communist flag. The soviet style communist flag includes a red background field, with a yellow hammer and sickle emblem in its upper left corner.
The communist anarchists in this Studio 2.8 photograph are participants in the Seattle area based communist domestic terror cell network which calls itself "antifa". The criminally violent, all black clothing clad, bandanna wearing, sub-faction, of these anarcho communist domestic terrorists is known as the "black bloc".
Later in the day, after the anarchists in attendance at Seattle's McGraw Square burned "blue lives matter" flags and displayed their own communist and anarchist battle flags, the communist anarchists hunted and stalked marchers through the downtown Seattle streets, marchers who had rallied that day to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day and the U.S. military veterans who were killed by Japanese military during the December 7, 1941 attack by the Japanese military of the Naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Afterward, the Seattle Police, in proper accordance with police department policy, arrested some of the masked anarchists who attempted to attack Pearl Harbor Day marchers, as the Pearl Harbor Day commemoration marchers approached downtown Seattle's Westlake Mall.