Paul Mason, through his article Why Greece’s Syriza party is not sticking to the script on an IMF deal, confirmes the final plan of the financial lobbyists for Greece. Specifically:
“In the script according to the eurozone, the expected ending is: Syriza splits; finance minister Varoufakis makes good his pledge not to sign a surrender and resigns. A government of the centre-left forms, with Alexis Tsipras now allied to the centrist Potami party and with tacit support from a liberal wing of the New Democracy party. Debt relief happens, but on the terms dictated by the lenders, and Syriza survives to complete its mutation into a centre-left social democratic party.”
The plan already described in the article The global financial mafia promotes scenario 2 for Greece and the danger for the mutation of SYRIZA into a centre-left social democratic party in the article A new attempt to "domesticate" the Left in Greece and earlier in the article A "retouch" operation for the Left .
The public opinion in Greece starts to change stance on the possibility of a Grexit, as more people do not adopt the destruction scenarios circulated by the mainstream media and the systemic neoliberal politicians.
As Mason notes:
“And though recent opinion polls have found a majority in favour of staying in the Euro, 70 per cent said it should not come at the cost of giving in on the so-called 'red line' issues of pension entitlements, trade union rights and reinstating laid off workers. Those saying 'stay in at all costs' are now down to 52 per cent.”
More people understand what the mutation of the Left would mean. It would mean that the Left would be absorbed progressively by the dominant neoliberal ideology, exactly as it happened with the Social-democrats in Greece and Europe. It would mean a crucial defeat for the European people in the ongoing class warfare. It would mean the establishment of the new Feudalism.