by system failure
As recent polls in Greece give a clear lead for the main Leftist party, SYRIZA, (the latest one by 11% from Samaras' New Democracy - http://www.greeknewsonline.com/syriza-leads-nd-by-11-in-polls/), the local banking-media dictatorship sees that there is no chance for a formation of any new government without the participation of the Left.
It seems that the main systemic powers inside and outside Greece are mobilized, fearing the worst scenario for them, which is an autonomous government of the Left in possible national elections.
Inside Greece, the system is using the political parties River and PASOK, which are promoted as representatives of the Center-Left political space. Recent statements from River and PASOK members show that their goal is to join a potential Leftist government, hoping that it will not be able to collect the necessary votes to be autonomous. The "Socialist" party, PASOK, is probably ready to abandon the government coalition and try to "clean" its name, by changing leadership.
Some moves like the one of the "voluntary" taxation for the shipowners (http://www.tvxs.gr/news/ellada/eidiki-forologisi-gia-efoplistes-kai-me-nomo), reveal that the government does not believe that can fix the negative climate against it and there is no point to persuade about its good intentions. They also show that the ruling class tries to grab whatever it can, as sees that its neoliberal government-puppet start to collapse.
Outside the borders, the new "gift" from Draghi to the Greek banks (http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-01/germany-throws-over-draghi-plan-buy-greek-junk) is quite indicative. Draghi attempts to save the bankers in front of the real "threat" of a Leftist government in Greece. The bankers continue to accumulate capital back to the ECB while the real economy collapses under the lack of liquidity.
Systemic media presented this move as completely positive for the Greek economy, as expected, with cliches like "the economy will take a deep breath through further liquidity". In reality, of course, this move is only an extension of the previous one (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2014/09/the-emperor-spoken-again.html) by the "emperor" to provide even cheaper money to the banks.
During the next months, we should expect a propaganda culmination by the banking-media dictatorship in Greece, with the help, as usual, of the European neoliberal economic empire mechanisms. The main goal will be to prevent an autonomous government of the Left, which could cause a domino effect in Europe, interrupting the expansion of the Greek experiment.
We should also expect a "tighter approach" of the Left by the systemic establishment which will try to drag it inside its frame of interests. The purpose of this approach will be to force the Left to compromise, for a start, so that the current system to maintain its power.