Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has announced his resignation.
The banksters hated this lefty, even though he delivered, and pushed through the Greek government, on a bankster designed oppressive bailout plan.
In fact, Tsipras effectively lost his parliamentary majority after a rebellion by hardliners in his Syriza party who oppose the deal that was struck with the banksters.
With the earlier departure of Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, the two players that gave the banksters the most difficulty in negotiations are now gone.
It is unclear what kind of government will emerge in new elections,expected in September or, the latest, October. The possibility of a bankster tool emerging does exist, but it is far from a certainty.
The masses are not happy campers.