As Greece is being taken apart (planned along time ago)

Protesters have hurled petrol bombs at riot police after surrounding the Greek parliament ahead of a final deadline for the country’s €86 billion bailout deal.
Police responded with tear gas against dozens of hooded anti-austerity demonstrators who set ablaze parts of Syntagma square in central Athens.
Officers also used pepper spray to fight back youths in the 12,000-strong crowd who were hurling Molotov cocktails and rocks at them. The youths, some carrying clubs and wearing balaclavas, had mingled with ordinary protesters when crowds gathered as MPs decided the country’s fate.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has angered many in his anti-austerity party and leftwing supporters by throwing his weight behind the bills, which he and eurozone counterparts agreed to on Monday in order to unlock a new rescue to debt-laden Greece worth up to €86 billion.