The Greek Crisis as viewed by The Economist, or a seemingly endless series of denouements

This was just posted to my twitter feed.It is June 29,2015,almost 2:30 PM PDT, this essay dated the 27th. What could have possibly changed in the interim? This essay replete with the usual fear mongering and melodramatic breathlessness, Economist staples in it’s continuing series of propaganda monologues on the Greek resistance to the failed Austerity politics of the EU: not to speak of the German self-serving political/economic amnesia!  A crisis about to reach another denouement, in an endless series of same!
A series of questions occurs: will the Greek Army perform a Coup, in the name of Democracy? Is the referendum not a clear demonstration of Syriza’s commitment to democracy? to what George Papandreou lacked the political guts, will and/or courage to do? Enough of the Chatter of Crisis from the font of a failed neoliberal rationalism.  The issue will be decided by a vote of the Greek people, as it should have happened in 2010! If!

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