by system failure
Many adopt conspiracy theories according to which, the Greek PM Alexis Tsipras was acting with a specific plan to manipulate the Greek people and bring another catastrophic memorandum after the supposed negotiations with Greece's creditors. Nothing should be excluded in this life, but in this case, they are probably wrong. Tsipras was only "domesticated" slowly (or fast) by the system inside and outside Greece, and this has been proved by the fierce propaganda war by the systemic media against him and against nearly every member of the old SYRIZA, when they saw that the 'Leftist threat' had a good chance to take the power.
What Tsipras finally achieved during the months of SYRIZA administration, was a third and cruel memorandum, which has been voted rapidly like the previous ones, despite the efforts of Zoi Konstantopoulou to delay it through her persistence on the foreseeable parliamentary procedures.
However, the whole negotiation process and the way that was conducted by the Greek negotiating team and Alexis Tsipras, brought some quite significant gains:
First, the strong contradictions inside the euro-dictatorship came on surface, and we witnessed the first cracks on the supposedly solid Franco-German axis.
Second, the true face of the eurozone has been revealed, its image has been seriously downgraded to a degree that has started to become repulsive, even for European countries that examine the possibility to join this club.
Third, the European public opinion changed dramatically concerning Greece, since the real role of the European Financial Dictatorship has been fully revealed.
Fourth, the euro-dictatorship has failed to achieve fully submission and humiliation of the Greek people, as voted clearly for 'NO' in the referendum, despite the propaganda of terror by the systemic media and the closed banks. This was the last thing that the German leadership and the Brussels bureaufascists wanted to see because they didn't want Greeks to become an example for others who suffer from cruel austerity inside the euro-prison. They had literally mobilized every available mean to make the Greeks vote for 'YES'.
Tsipras couldn't probably go further and maybe this was his real goal. The fact that he didn't proceed in an alternate plan for Greece to exit eurozone, has to do probably with the hard core of moderate SYRIZA MPs who surrounded him, repulsing any other approach that was coming from the radical members of the Leftist party.
However, Tsipras also belongs to the moderate part of the Left which believes that Internationalism can become a fact through the common currency and change of the balance of the political forces in Europe. This belief appears to be adopted by a significant part of many Leftist parties in Europe and carries the contagion of SYRIZA's split to the whole European Left.
It appears that Tsipras and other Leftists who are about to be mutated into a more systemic-friendly force like Social-democrats - e.g. Pablo Iglesias of Podemos who supported Tsipras' choices - insist on the same mistake. They believe that things can change through the change of balance of the political forces in pan-european level inside the euro common currency. They will discover soon how wrong they are. Simply because euro is the tool of the elites to impose permanently the new Feudalism. It was designed for that purpose.
Therefore, euro is the tool for the neoliberal Internationalism to prevail, not for the Internationalism that the Left wants. Therefore, the eurozone dictatorship must be destroyed and Europe should make a restart towards a total different direction, through which the European people will decide for their future, not the bankers and the lobbyists.
The threats of Schäuble against Tsipras show not only how ruthless the euro-dictatorship puppets are, but also that they have started to panic. It means that they can't completely control the situation and worry about the probability of a solid front against the neoliberal catastrophe in Europe.
The elections in Greece, Spain, Portugal and later in Ireland will determine many things. In case that people will dare to get rid of the traditional political parties that have been completely surrendered to the neoliberal doctrine, the fight can be given with better chances. Tsipras was defeated heavily, but the Greek people, through the referendum, showed that they could fight. The pan-european war against the new Feudalism has just started.