No it wouldn't. That's what the banks and bank lobbyists would have you believe. Greece should have left the Eurozone 2 years ago. Of bn 78? Greece has received in terms of "rescue packages", bn 75? have been spent for interest payments to creditors. And people are asking where the hell all the money has gone. That's where it has gone. The rescue packages aren't helping the Greek people in the slightest. They are mostly helping French, Belgian and German banks. Analyses suggest that Greece needs 10 percent growth over the next 10 years, merely to ensure debt won't increase. We're not even talking about paying back debt. Well, the Greek economy has shrunk by 7 percent last year. The trouble in regard to the German government is that Ms Merkel is a physicist, Mr Schaeuble is a lawyer and Mr Roesler is a physician. No one in charge in the German government is a trained economist. The advisors those people used to rely on were Josef Ackerman and other economists of the Deutsche Bank. Advices by independent economists, including those of the advisory council to the German government, were dismissed. Now, slowly they are beginning to realize they've been had.