reply to post by stinger94
They do that all the time. In Canada, these folks are a joke.
I Remember a federal minister, asking statistics Canada to lower the amount a familly should earn yearly, in order to show less poors in the
Last year, they did rewritte the datas in Québec, to avoid 2 consecutives quarters with downsize in GDP, witch would have mean a recession.
They remove oil, to show there is no inflation in their calculus.
They add oil in their calculation, when it goes down.
And Obviously, optimism is the motto for the puppets MSM.
Again, misrepresentation and funny quotes by officials; the recession is over.....recovery ahead.....less worse than expected....etc...
I don't know what recovery they are talking about, but if there is any yet to be seen; I find, personnaly, that it is all built on sand.
For the US economy, ''specialists'' rejoice over, a less worse second quater than expected.
But it is still a fourth quarter in a row with a GDP contraction. Never seen in the US history.
All these stock exchange boosts, look inflated to me.
What we saw, is the US currency loosing about 5 % of it's value in less than a month.
Treasury auctions have problems on their own.
When the boat sinks, or the building is about to collapse, the recording is always the same.
'' DON' T PANIC, REMAIN CALM, EVERYTHING IS UNDER CONTROL''
Then the recording stamms or breaks : ))))