Translation: My government and my country's banks exhibited an utter lack of fiduciary responsibility. Please help me continue to deny their responsibility.
It's hard to convince your average European citizen what ACTUALLY happened to "their" money which went to bailout Greece - it actually went to Greece and then within days returned to European banks, predominantly French and German (a few others, but French and German banks account for the vast majority of it).
YOUR MONEY DIDN'T GO TO THE PEOPLE OF GREECE, IT WENT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF DEUTSCHE BANK AND BNP PARIBAS. IT WENT INTO THE BONUSES OF EXECS AT COMMERZBANK AND CREDIT AGRICOLE.
If Greece defaults on its' loans, these banks and their shareholders are out a ton of money - like an actual ton of money whether you weigh it in Gold, Diamonds, whatever. It was even worse a few years ago - before recent regulations requiring banks to deleverage and store more capital, a total Greek default would have brought these banks to their knees, some did not have enough liquidity to stay open if Greece defaulted on all it's commitments. Nowadays it's not QUITE so bad, but a lot of rich people stand to lose a lot (from their balance sheet) if Greece defaults.
The average Greek person might be a little more lazy and corrupt than others in Northern/Western Europe (see retirement age, hours worked, estimated percentage of people paying correct amount of income tax) but this situation is not all their fault. Their old government cooked the books and flat-out forged documents to get into the Euro, then started borrowing and spraying money around with a hosepipe.
The people who loaned them that money are to blame - they failed to do their due diligence and now their investment is at risk they have found a way to make all of us citizens provide free insurance for their investments.
Make no mistake, this is the fault of incompetent bankers, and almost identical to the banking crisis bailouts of major banks, except that this time the money changes hands briefly before arriving at the banks.
Greece should never have been allowed to join the Eurozone for so many reasons - the quicker they get out the better for everyone, but it will be a rough ride for a year or two in Greece, and we will need to pay them to keep migrants out - but that's OK, we've done that elsewhere...