I am just going to assume that you are aware of the financial mess Greece has created for itself. This is no one’s fault but Greece — all of Greece. This means the politicians and the people. This is not the fault of the bankers. The bankers have finally come to the point where they realized that Greece was not going to pay them back so they stopped lending. However, Greece has not stopped spending. That is what the ‘crisis’ is all about: the people of Greece refuse to live on what they make, they are demanding to get what the politicians who bribed them for their votes promised. The problem is, those promises (bribes) were made by placing a claim on other people’s’ money — a claim the Greek politicians had no authority to make. So now, when the bills are due and there is no money to pay the people they bribed, the people still want their bribes, but there is no money to pay the bills or the bribes. The result is what we see happening in Greece right now. There will be many who do not see this for what it is, and they are willfully blind. They choose not to see it for what it is. But what it is is simple: what is happening to Greece is Natural Law exerting itself to set things right again — with or without the people’s’ consent. That is why it is called Natural Law. Take a short but honest stroll back through time and you will not have to go far to see that this is how these things always end. That is how we know these Natural Laws are real: they always, always assert themselves when man strays too far from them.
Or to put this in simpler terms: Greece is finding out that you can only sweep so much water uphill for so long before the flood washes you away on its way back down the hill. Gravity — another Natural Law 🙂