The US economic sanctions against Iran are an act of war meant to cause regime change but they are doomed to failure, says E. Michael Jones, an American political analyst in Indiana.
Jones, a writer, former professor, media commentator and the current editor of the Culture Wars magazine, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Wednesday.
On Monday, President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton said the United States is exerting “unprecedented pressure on the government of Iran to change its behavior.”
Bolton made the remarks shortly after Trump signed an executive order reimposing many sanctions on Iran to levy “maximum economic pressure” on the Islamic Republic.
Bolton claimed that the Trump administration is not attempting to change the government in Iran.
“Our policy is not regime change,” he said. “We want to put unprecedented pressure on the government of Iran to change its behavior. And, so…