Varoufakis tells what happened at the night of the Greek Referendum
“Tsipras looked at me and said, ‘You realise that they will never give an agreement to you and me. They want to be rid of us.’
“And then he told me the truth, that there were other members of the government pushing him into the direction of capitulation. He was clearly depressed.
“I answered him, ‘You do the best with the choice that you’ve made, one that I disagree with wholeheartedly, but I am not here to undermine you.’
“So then I went home. It was 4.30 in the morning…" (Continued in the link)