If it is a social commentary against Americans in general, then yes, we'd be pissed about it. As it stands, though, every country has their share of scumbags. Russia is no different. This could have easily taken place in any other country. But to suggest that this depiction of a Russian national going on a rampage as part of a terrorist cell is somehow racist is a sad commentary on society's unwillingness to accept that someone might further the stereotypes that have been propagated by the nation's troubled past. As it stands, a Russian terrorist is a good plot device because it is a plausible one, BECAUSE the country has had a troubled past. The problem is that many people hate to be reminded of this fact. Of course, that's why censorship was born: We don't like to be reminded of the dark side of human nature.