ATHENS | Yanis Varoufakis via TrumanFactor | Why an independent Scotland should get out of sterling, but Greece should not volunteer to exit the Eurozone? Scotland should state its intention to decouple from sterling, once independent, rather than petitioning for a continuation of its subservient role in an asymmetrical sterling union. But if this is good advice for Scotland, why am I arguing that Greece should not sever its links with the even more odious monetary union known as the Eurozone? Unless the two cases differ, my argument lacks consistency. But they do differ. Fundamentally too.