The port of Bandar Abbas is one of Iran’s major shipping hubs, as well as a big naval base in the Straits of Hormuz, and the site of a big refinery. It is now in chaos. Thousands of trucks, many of them loaded with imported foodstuffs, commercial goods of all description, and even oil products, have blocked the city’s roads, effectively ending all movement in and around the port. The drivers simply shut down their rigs, took the coils out of the engines, and walked away. On the water, there’s a similar shutdown of the hundreds of small boats and ferries that usually carry thousands of people each day to the nearby islands as well as to Dubai. They have clogged the harbor, and nothing is moving.
These kind of strikes crippled the Communist Regime in Poland. Let's see if they cripple the Mullacrocy. Now the Saudis next move in the Great Game will be dump millions of barrels of oil on the market and tank the price of oil. As the Iranian economy gets worse so do the chances that the Mullahs will hold on to power.