There are two roads Greece can choose at this point. Greece can abandon the euro and return to the drachma or it can remain in the eurozone.
Staying in the eurozone will mean that the country will be lorded over by bankster operatives. They will provide enough money to keep the country alive, but they will also demand allegiance to their plans of "austerity", which will mean more cuts in government services, higher taxes and better tax collection methods. It won't be pleasant for anyone in Greece.
The hints of a "growth" plan are nothing but code for more inflation and for the propping up of the state apparatus.
But there is a better alternative . That alternative is for Greece to leave the eurozone and return to the drachma.
Here's how this could be done in a way that could put Greece on its way to a miracle economic recovery:
Replace every euro held in Greek banks with drachna, on a one-to-one basis.
Provide every Greek citizen the opportunity to turn in their euros held in the form of cash for drachma,on a one-to-one basis. This window of opportunity should be open for only a week.
The Greek government should default on all its debt---and not pay off any of it, ever. In this way, the major pain would be suffered by those who financed the crazy debt.
The Greek government should then announce that over time it will stop making all other payments, including retirement payments, unemployment payments and payments to all national government employees.
The government should then calculate how much money would be required to give government employees two months severance pay, the unemployed one months pay and those receiving retirement benefits six months of benefits. The government should then print enough drachma to meet these obligations. Yes, I know inflation is theft, but I view this as a necessary evil to keep these people from rioting. Anyone caught protesting the plan in the streets, if they are to receive money from the government under the plan, will be removed from those eligible to receive the money and will be required to pay back any money they received under the program . The government should then, via fire sale, liquidate all its buildings, land and other properties and pay the money out to all Greek citizens who did not receive money from the employee/unemployment/retirement program.
All taxes at the national level should be abolished. Only municipalities should be allowed to tax, and then only on a per capita basis. All anti-employment laws, including minimum wage laws, should be abolished. All regulations making it difficult for businesses, new and old, to operate, should be abolished.
The money supply should be frozen at the amount created under this plan. The role of the Greek Treasury should be one of doing nothing but replacing worn bills.
Obviously, this is just an outline of what can be done, details must be filled in. It is an attempt to demonstrate that the situation for the Greeks is not hopeless and that a non-inflationary economic structure can be created that, with a bedrock of laissez-faire principles, can immediately start moving Greece in the direction of becoming a prosperous country. Freed from the ruinous economic and financial structure created by banksters and other ruling global elite.