Totally agree. However, back in the day when Greece was allowed in the EURO (not EU), their obvious unsuitability was waived by France and Germany (under loud protest from the Netherlands and the Finns). It's appalling to see the German politicians ride the moral high-ground after:
1. Allowing the Greeks in the euro in 2001 in the first place when it was obviously a bad fit (same holds for Italy)
2. Breaking the stability pact in 2003 when it was convenient for them, opening the floodgates
3. Profiting immensely from the increased export that was fueled by ill-advised loans to a corrupt elite in the Southern nations
4. Bailing out the banks wrt Greece and offloading the Greek debt on the European population at large
5. Pointing the German anger at a foreign nation to hide their shenanigans
From my point of view it's a very sinister game that's being played here and the European project has failed. The Germans in particular seem to be incapable of taking responsibility for their actions and have stooped to a very dangerous form of demagogy. Let's stop this farce.