I would very happily support Greece to the full, except for certain unholy expenses Tsipras obviously wants to continue:
- 1) financing abortions
- 2) financing possibly psychiatry and child welfare that are enslaving families, though that is more than I know of Greece (I do know it is true of Sweden)
- 3) financing a public school system which involves compulsory schooling (of course, unlike Rome, both Pagan and Christian, Athens had a tradition of that totalitarian measure back in Pagan times of Pericles and Kleon)
- 4) financing admission of Muslim immigrants.
That said, IMF very much does NOT have my support, in relation to these issues it is kind of acting like a scourge of God, a bit like Assyrians to North Kingdom and Babylonians to South Kingdom and when the people of God have had their chastisement, God breaks the scourge. Hope to see rejoicing over a broken IMF ... but I'd prefer Tsipras to convert in order to hope for that soon!
PS - rejoice over a broken IMF - I mean obviously without sth worse taking its place. That possibility is a fear, not a hope.