Greece is turning into a battle royal between the global financial elites and the average worker in the industrial West. This started out as a more limited struggle, pitting the finance ministers and central banks of the European Union against the Greek unions, but the fight has unexpectedly broadened with news of the surreptitious involvement of Goldman Sachs in helping Greece avoid borrowing constraints.
Another way to look at this is to ask yourself who knows how much has really been borrowed by various governments around the world?
Goldman Sachs evades the rules, bets against their own clients, plunges corporations, states, and nations into debt, then blames the workers for not knowing their place when they complain about the poverty.
It's like when Bernie Madoff got arrested for swindling his clients for $65 billion and his wife blamed the Goyim for all their troubles.