r/PublicFreakout Sep 24 '22

During protests in Iran government used public bus to transport its riot police and people realised it than showed hospitality to them

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u/Significant_bet92 Sep 24 '22

Shoulda hit it with a Molotov

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u/Softale Sep 24 '22

They should make spike strips…

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u/smoothballsJim Sep 25 '22

Someone needs to airdrop a shit ton of 12ga buckshot and leaflets with plans for a basic slamfire shotgun. Hell I think we gave Ukraine a whole bunch of shotguns and ammo that they don't seem too keen on using... Also Turkey is right nextdoor - they've got so many guns you'd think they were American.

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u/tawwha Sep 25 '22

If they find you with that shit they kill u instantly people are brave, and scared at the same time

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u/Mesheybabes Sep 24 '22

Needs more Molotovs

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u/EMEYDI Sep 24 '22

Poor guy in the end got hit in the head XD

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u/Obvious-Classroom619 Sep 24 '22

Should've thrown a molotov

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u/funcancelledfornow Sep 24 '22

Party bus!

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u/trivial_vista Sep 25 '22

Chillin' with the boys

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u/ThexHoganxHero Sep 24 '22

One downside to the lack of alcohol in Iran…

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u/BadHombreWithCovfefe Sep 25 '22

Good to see the people taking their country back

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u/Fit-Ad-835 Sep 24 '22

They used this footage in news( but blurry version of it) and said "protesters are damaging public property without reason ! "

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u/polyglotjew Sep 25 '22

Love to see it. مرگ بر دیکتاتور

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u/jnx666 Sep 24 '22

The correct manner to treat police.

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u/TheChubbMartin Sep 25 '22

Gosh. I really hope those people can overthrow the government. I really want them to win.

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u/Nugur Sep 24 '22

This is like the 5th time today I see people using than and then wrong

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u/SnooSuggestions5379 Sep 24 '22

Sorry bruh, Hate it when that happens.

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u/EthanStrawside Sep 24 '22

hostility* pretty much the opposite ;p

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u/Moehrchenprinz Sep 24 '22

I mean, they did show the appropriate amount of hospitality~

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u/sharkk91 Sep 24 '22

OP was being sarcastic surely

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u/NormalHumanCreature Sep 24 '22

Just a little bit

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u/NormandyLS Sep 25 '22

No? The bus driver came to them.

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u/xensonar Sep 24 '22

That's the joke...

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u/EthanStrawside Sep 25 '22

... I thought I was the one making a joke. It's pretty obvious what the title means.

I thought it was funny that the word was so similar but meant something completely different.

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u/mira-blues Sep 25 '22

They’re using actual ambulances to transport riot police too :) I hate it here

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

Was the perfect time to use a petrol bomb.. opportunity wasted

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u/Nenotriple Sep 25 '22

Right at 15 sec the guy in yellow shirt gets something thrown at the back of his head.

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u/BestAd5405 Sep 25 '22

Damn bro they sure showed that bus driver

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u/Kattorean Oct 15 '22

They still have access to the internet to post videos. So, that's promising. No way to know what happens behind closed doors, but, the protesting continues to be granted publication.

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u/Best_Adeptness3329 Oct 18 '22

Bro is gonna end up on goregrish

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u/fallfromsaturn Sep 24 '22

… ruined a perfectly good bus

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u/FakkingKunt Sep 25 '22

Is it demonstrations in isolated areas, do tourists still travel to Iran? Will the regime withstand or compromise, is this all or nothing, the regime wins or perish? idk pls what is the most likely scenario?