With the awful Manchester terror attack still fresh in the minds of folks around the world, many are outraged and looking for a means of closure, some justice for the lives that were taken as the result of the actions of evil men.
Bombing of countries where known terror groups like ISIS reside has ramped up, and some of the UK’s finest soldiers who are helping to carry out this mission have an epic message for radicals.
The Telegraph is reporting:
A photograph has emerged of an RAF bomb with the message “love from Manchester” written on it after the Ariana Grande concert suicide bombing.
The RAF confirmed the photograph, which has been widely shared on social media, was genuine and showed a message on a Paveway IV bomb loaded on a British jet carrying out air strikes from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus.
There was a rumor floating around online that the photo was fake, but the RAF stated it was 100 percent the real deal.
Nothing says vengeance like a message on a bomb — slight and subtle reference to “message in a bottle” — and hopefully this particular explosive will hit its intended target with deadly accuracy.
It’s unfortunate, but radical Islamists will not listen to reason, nor do they care about the pain and misery they cause others with their actions.
Love, peace, harmony….these are concepts terrorists do not understand. If you want to stop attacks, the only means is that of brute force.
Let’s hope the people of Manchester eventually get some sense of justice, of closure for the pain they’ve endured.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]