Noonan reads public mood perfectly on Greek bailout
Published 28/06/2015 | 02:30
Enda Kenny, Michael Noonan and Joan Burton are correct to challenge the stance of the posturing Syriza regime, and, indirectly, that of its Irish apologists.
Since last January, the Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, an academic expert in game theory, has been playing a game of bluff.
He and Syriza believed a default would force Europe to choose the latter of two alternatives: expel Greece from the eurozone or write off its debts and let it carry on as usual.