What one can observe from all of this, therefore, is that we need to be better informed of events which threaten to have profound repercussions, the nature of which we only dimly understand. If there is to be a revolution, we need to know which side to cheer.
What would satisfy these protesters is an assurance that the unsustainable state of affairs that obtained until recently was going to continue. I'm sure there are all sorts of problems with corrupt politicians etc., which are coming to the fore now, but it seems that the real complaint is that their expectations have changed.
We're seeing some tangible signs of the break up of the EU as we've known it. The forces attempting to hold it together are ones we are familiar with. The forces in Greece prying it apart don't necessarily share any motivations in common with those opposed to the EU in the UK. They're probably not even consciously trying to pry it apart.
This mess and the associated messes with the rest of Club Med are definitely going to cause us pain in the UK, in the short term at least, and it's pain which in part has been made worse with the compliance of the UK government with the EU Project.