Some people call this war an economic war Which Donald Trump began when he announced U.S withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA). The Impact are neither bombing and destruction nor martyrdom and injury, but the destruction of our economic infrastructure. The victims of this war are millions of people who became unemployed and fail to provide the basic needs for themselves and their families due to the devaluation of the national currency. They do not even know the type of weapon they were wounded with.
Its destruction manifests itself in the form of unsettled currency price, rampant inflation and closures of factories and industries or even their bankruptcy. The quivers of this war are devaluation of the national currency to the extent that the price of the paper on which money is printed is higher than its value so that its printing is no longer economically justified.
The deaths of this war are thousands of men, women and children whose families have been shattered and divorced because of poverty or those who are unable to start a family due to high unemployment and destitution, those who are looking for their food in the trash bins are critically injured during the war.
The undercover spies of the enemy in this ,war are rent-seekers who, by abusing power and wealth and using various methods from hoarding and smuggling to fraud and theft, hit the dead body of the economy of this country like a vulture
Unusually, the commanders of this war neither fight like soldiers nor they incur even the slightest injury, they only scream with pride and promise victory!
Yes, we are at war, a full-blown one. The effects of this -war- are becoming more apparent as we move forward. Ten percent of the population is getting richer rapidly and ninety percent of the population is falling into poverty with the same pace and this gap will one day become so large that it will cost as much as a real war in terms of culturally, socially and economic issues.
Meantime, helpless people are like wounded and riotous soldiers who are confused and do not know what to do. Yes, we are fighting and we are giving blood, but the red color of our blood is a sign of shame due to this economic poverty.
Do you hear the bullets fire passing through your ears, or are you bewildered by this economy?