AWESOME: Check out the EXPLOSIVE message the British Royal Air Force wants to deliver to ISIS…

The British Royal Air Force has an explosive message of love for ISIS, and one way or another it’s going to be delivered to them.

When the attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England broke Silence is Consent reported on Katy Perry’s astonishingly dumb reaction to the tragedy:

Whatever we say behind people’s backs, the Internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go but I think that the greatest thing we can do is just unite and love on each other,’ Perry said, adding, ‘No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist.’ ”

We also reported on the much more realistic and intelligent reactions from former members of the military here and here. If you don’t want to check them out the gist of it is we should kill terrorists, because they don’t want to “co-exist” they want to kill us.

It appears the British RAF has considered both sides and offered a third way. From CNN. (emphasis in bold is mine)

Members of the British Royal Air Force are sending a message to ISIS in a storied way — scrawled on the outside of a bomb.

“Love From Manchester ❤,” it reads, in all caps.
The photo of the message began circulating on social media on Thursday. It’s unclear when or where the image was created or if the bomb was ever dropped — but in an email to CNN an RAF spokesperson confirmed the photo is “genuine.”
The RAF has taken part in airstrikes against ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria.
Here’s the photo
love RAF-bombs-message-for-ISIS
I wonder if this is what Katy Perry had in mind. Considering she lives in Hollywood and they’ve been dropping nothing but bombs in our movie theaters for years now, it’s possible she can’t even tell the difference anymore.

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