Pearl Harbor Day
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo, produced on December 7, 2019 in front of Seattle's Westlake Mall, several Seattle Police officers were in the process of subduing and arresting a violent masked anarcho-communist "black bloc" participant who had been trying to attack a group of people who had marched through the downtown Seattle streets to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day. Pearl Harbor Day commemorates the U.S.
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.
This Studio 2.8 photography photo, was produced on December 7, 2019 at Seattle's McGraw square, during a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event held by a group of Seattle area Republicans. In this Studio 2.8 photography photo is an anarcho-communist Black Bloc hooligan who wore a purple bandanna disguise along with a black hoodie and a backpack.
This Studio 2.8 photography photograph was produced on Saturday December 7, 2019 at McGraw Square in Seattle, WA, during a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event. In this Studio 2.8 photograph, a young woman with a communist political counter-protest group euphemistically named the "Sparkle Brigade" banged a pair of wooden sticks together as though they were a type of musical instrument called claves. At various times during this young woman's angry counter protest activities, she shouted rants on various topics. In the accompanying fair use video clip below, produced by Cody Adams, from a longer video published on the youtube video publication platform, the woman in this photograph shouted:
You are a fascist if you do not stop your leader from putting people in concentration camps!
This communist sparkle brigade counter protester shouted these sorts of angry rants repeatedly during the time the Pearl Harbor Day event was present at Seattle's McGraw Square park on Saturday December 7, 2019.
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo, and accompanying video, produced on Saturday December 7, 2019, during a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event at Seattle's McGraw Square, one of the political Republicans in attendance that day, spoke to some of the anarcho-communist counter-protesters, who were standing in the front of the Bank of America branch building adjacent to the square. The speaker in this Studio 2.8 photograph held a large amplified bullhorn in front of himself, aimed at the counter-protesters.
In this Studio 2.8 photography photo series, produced on Saturday December 7, 2019, during a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration event at Seattle's McGraw Square, the pictured anarcho-communist counter-protester shouted and ranted loudly. The counter-protester in this series of Studio 2.8 photographs, with accompanying high definition video below, wore a pink themed outfit that included garish, pink themed, heavy facial makeup. The pink attired anarchist counter-protester ranted that "...
In this December 7, 2019 Studio 2.8 photography photo, produced during a political event at Seattle's McGraw Square to commemorate Pearl Harbor Day, among the anarcho-communist counter-protesters was infamous anarchist Nicholas James Armstrong, aka "Nikki" Armstrong, aka "Jaymie Jameson".
Seattle area anarcho-communist terror cell network participant Nicholas Armstrong aka Jaymie Jameson seems to have first appeared within, and joined, the local anarchist network terrorists who call themselves "antifa" sometime in May 2019, after a political controversy arose regarding events called "Drag Queen Story Hour" that were being held at branches of the King County Library system. Since then, Armstrong has been radicalized with anarcho-communist ideology, participating with only anarchist committing violence, assaults, intimidation, libel, and harassment of anyone and everyone the Seattle area anarchists view as their "enemies". When Nicholas Armstrong isn't engaged in anarchist terrorism, Armstrong produces income as a prostitute. Nicholas Armstrong is also a fugitive from justice in Idaho, wanted on two arrest warrants, one misdemeanor arrest warrant and one felony arrest warrant, issued by Ada County, Idaho.
This Studio 2.8 photography photograph was produced on Saturday December 7, 2019 during the hours before a group of Seattle Republicans conducted a Pearl Harbor Day commemoration ceremony at Westlake Park and at the nearby McGraw Square in Seattle, Washington.