I'll note that when challenged on how the Greek position is also impoverishing the poor throughout Europe that you avoid answering. How typical...
Not their fault, propaganda, etc? Irrelevant. The Greek pensioners have voted with the rest of their nation and any debt relief package from Europe will now have be authorized every nation in the EEC.In many cases that means parliaments & citizens that received the Greek FU loud & clear and are itching to show that their democratic votes matter just as much, if not more than the Greeks did (because we ARE more numerous for one).
A more likely outcome is a managed Grexit as European emergency funds are parceled out just enough to avoid the Greeks imploding completely. Germany, France & the rest of Europe will end up isolating the Greek debts for decades until they don't matter anymore (much like the Tsarist Russian loans that took over 80 years to be settled). The Greeks will soon be experiencing the joys of inflation and even with the free Drachma will never really recover economically -- they just don't export enough of anything to matter, STILL haven't put into place essential reforms like a global property registry like the rest of Europe has (so that they could begin performing that thing called property taxes properly) and have now pissed off the great majority people liable to vacation there.
Hard times ahead for the Greeks (harder than the 5 years of "austerity", IMO), we'll see if the young who were unable to vote yesterday appreciate the position today's Greeks put them in in a decade or so.