The cost of currency combined with crippling sanctions is hurting all sectors of Iran's society from business owners to pharmaceutical manufacturers to the population at large.
Iron sellers went on strike, a food for oil deal with Shell was blocked, and children are malnourished.
Iran's workers suffer from unpaid wages and poor safety regulations. Medical subsidies are being slashed, and a a new generation in Iran faces unemployment.
Meanwhile, Iran's morality police have identified the true source of Iran's woes: women in "bad hijab" and their lapdogs.