Stuff just got real between Athens and the rest of the EU:
Greece has threatened the rest of Europe with a “wave of economic migrants” that could include Isis militants if the country is allowed to go bust by international lenders.
In a shock escalation of the rhetoric surrounding bailout talks in Brussels, the Greek defence minister Panos Kammenos vowed: “If they strike us, we will strike them.”
European creditors told Athens to stop “wasting time” putting forward its proposals for economic reforms pledged by the new left-wing Syriza-led coalition government.
Athens is using the threat of continent-wide terrorism to blackmail Europe into paying even more of its bills — and Europe has no one to blame but themselves for every bit of this mess.