The Greek working class have no option but the promotion of European communist insurrection to abolish the EU and the capitalism that it supports. The Greek working class cannot achieve communist on a national basis. A revolution confined to Greece would be strangled at the hands of European and US capitalism. Greek society is too weak to successfully transform itself on a nationalist basis. Communism in one country is an impossibility.
Staying in or out of the Euro is not an option for the Greek working
class since both options will involve austerity for it. Only communism
precludes austerity. Syriza's anti-austerity platform is based on the
false view that an austerity free membership of the capitalist Eurozone
is possible for the Greek working class. Events are verifying the
pro-austerity nature of Syriza. Even if Syriza was to take the working
class out of the Euro austerity will still face it.
Consequently the entire debate as to whether Greece should stay within
the Euro or not is a bourgeois debate of no real relevance to the
working class. It is an option presenting itself within the limits of
capital. Indeed present conditions concerning Greece are acutely
manifesting capital's limits and the need to transcend them in the form
of communism. Much of the Left, such as the Irish Socialist Party, show
solidarity with Syriza in its pseudo anti-austerity campaign. In this
way it is promoting capitalism and deceiving workers. Of course in
Ireland the active politics of the Socialist Party suggest that
anti-austerity is possible under Irish capitalism.