All the workers of the world, I hope, hear the Greek voice, as in ages past they did. Solidarity. Its time is now.
This courageous vote hit usually smug politicians and bankers so hard you could almost hear their teeth rattle.
An event of great importance is scheduled for Sunday, July 5, in Greece.
Since 2010, Greece has accepted harsh austerity requirements imposed by the Troika, in exchange for further loans to keep the government and economy afloat.
A quarter of a million angry voices challenged the government's "dangerous and unjust" spending cuts at the weekend.
Top leaders of seven nations at the G7 Summit discuss "the global economy as well as... foreign, security and development policy."
The red hammer-and-sickle banners of the Portuguese Communist Party and the green flags of the Green Ecological Party filled the streets of Lisbon.
Blockupy gathered disparate groups into a solid force, not only on the question of Greece but against the highway robbery tactics of the powerful private German banks.
The banks declarations have been painfully exposed as lies, as Greece's economy has shrunk nearly one-third since it began following austerity policies.
Alexis Tsipras set his leftist government on a collision course with Greece's creditors, proclaiming an end to the era of austerity and "five years of bailout barbarity."