Well I think everyone can agree, even the financial experts included, that no-one really knows what is going to happen concerning Greece/it's debt/the Euro etc ...
Even your crystal ball gazing expert here at Barnacle Towers when Rob (Peston) called me for a few pointers last night had to tell him I had no ideas!
However, I will make one prediction, if the Greeks protesting on the streets now think it's bad, wait till the brown stuff does really hit the fan.
We going to see soup kitchens on the streets of Athens before very long, and why?
Because I can foresee the whole Greek financial system freezing up, banks closed and hole-in-the-wall machines only dispensing fresh air. For those who have a bit stashed under the mattress they'll survive for awhile, but for the ones living hand-to-mouth it's going to be tough.
So tough I think we ought to put the DEC on standby.
All caused by the pigheadedness of the EU to admit the Euro has failed.
Especially when you learn that GlaxoSmithKline brings all it's Euro cash back to the UK at the end of every day. Shows how much faith they have in the Euro being there tomorrow!
All we are seeing is the kicking of the can down the road moves, unfortunately for the poor Greek proles this road is getting shorter and shorter, with a great big fall at the end of it for them.
So once again the proles will be paying the price for the treachery of their political and corporate elite. The Greek ones very soon but we might even see the soup kitchens heading for northern Europe as well!
I wonder what favour soup the Greek proles would like?