The idea o anarchism (as a post-state ideology) can have it’s roots tracked down into Greece, as we have the school of cynism, and to be more specific, Zeno of Citium. Also we cannot ignore that the word “anarchy” comes from greek language. But now I’m curious to see if anarchism will come back to it’s homeland. Greece is passing through a severe crisis, as we all know, and today, as I write (06/30/2015) is the last day Greece have to pay it’s debts. And through this, they must pay the crisis and also feed it’s population with their money so they won’t starve (or riot).
As I’ve seen through the news, and it’s an obvious reaction, greek population isn’t even a little bit happy, they blame the government of being “able to eat and drink” while they are hungry, they seek someone to solve the crisis only because they can’t see further on. If they are mad at a crisis, they should try to prevent it, not only solve it, the root of crisis is the monetary system. The greek population is already angry, they only need a prophet to lead them through revolution, and if this prophet appears, anarchism in Greece is more than a possibility.
(note: we should not ignore the external pressure all other countries would have against a anarchist “country”, but popular pressure would win, or generate the extinction of their people)