Even Russia Is Inscribing “For Paris” On The Airborne Death It’s Letting Loose Over Syria

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The Russian military’s PR crew has been working overtime lately, which is only fair, considering they have likely never actually put in work before now. It’s funny how the aftermath of a terrorist attack unites people, even traditional foes. Even though we’re talking about a nation that has been at odds with the great red, white, and blue for decades, the brutality and barbaricness of the Paris attacks has united us all under one goal – turning everything ISIS has ever loved into a burning crater from miles in the sky.

The U.S. military started a trend earlier this week when it was broadcasted that they were unloading bombs on ISIS with the inscription “From Paris, With Love.” Yesterday images started circulating of what are reportedly bombs belonging to the Russian air force with “For Paris” written on the side.

My Russian isn’t too hot because there’s not a single American that voluntarily learns Russian in school, but Google Translate seems to agree with the reports.

The Russians have sent ISIS running for their lives over the past week in what they claim retaliation for Paris and the downing of the Russian airliner. Just last Tuesday, they completed the largest heavy bomber run in decades against the terrorist organization.

I believe if there is one thing uniting the vast majority of the world right now, it is the desire to see every munition available dropped in their territory, regardless of which nation’s military pulls the trigger. Get ’em, Putin.

[via Reuters]

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