The Greeks haven't saved or produced enough to justify their high standard of living compared to other countries of the world. This is a fragile bubble economy made possible by European central bankers.
When so-called price "gouging" isn't allowed, goods usually end up with people that are lucky to show up first and that's often people with the best access to transportation and free time. The poor often fare the worst in this case.
Markets are not the enemy of equality. Regulated markets are. The income inequality that naturally occurs in the free market as a result of human uniqueness is needlessly amplified by restrictive government policies to the detriment of all.