This 3 July 2015 video from Athens is called Greece: Drone soars over thousands of ‘NO’ protesters as referendum looms.
From Keep Talking Greece tonight says that at 8:35 pm 19.6% of votes in the Greek austerity referendum had been counted. 61% of voters so far voted No, 39% Yes to troika austerity. A map showed there was a No majority in all regions of Greece; except Laconia (the most right-wing region in Greece, arguably already during the militarist city-state Sparta in ancient Greece), and eastern Thracia.
Preliminary referendum results indicate that Samaras has lost for a second time in 2015: the January elections and the referendum. He was hoping for SYRIZA to resign/collapse/[be] ousted so that he would return to power. …
Despite the scaremongering by Greek opposition parties and EU officials, Greeks decided to reject the Creditors’ proposal.
Referendum: Greek voters angry at media & creditors, scare-mongering campaign seems to backfire
Referendum results expose pollsters who ‘saw’ in public opinion surveys before Sunday, among others:
1. NO – YES at knife-edge
2. a “razor thin” vote in favor of YES
This (if confirmed in final results) would be a victory of the Greek people against an unholy alliance of European Union and IMF bureaucrats; selfish Greek billionaires; some trade union leaders who had advised against their members’ interests and wishes to vote Yes to austerity; German and other bosses in Greece forcing their workers to participate in astroturfed pro-austerity pre-referendum demonstrations, threatening with unemployment for unwilling workers; some bishops threatening No voters with hellfire; some colonels threatening No voters with bringing back military dictatorship.
Greek referendum: No vote on track for landslide victory – live updates: here.
UPDATE: 9:52 pm: over half the votes have been counted. 61,21% NO. Even in Laconia and eastern Thracia NO majorities.
Greece referendum: Greeks don’t want to leave Europe, but Europe wants revenge on the Greeks: here.