Thursday, June 5, 2014

Britain joins Italy in adding revenues from hookers and drugs to increase their GDP

Yesterday, the United States came out with their revised GDP numbers, and the world discovered that the largest economy in the world had a negative growth rate for the first quarter of 2014.  In fact, the actual number was so bad that it was nearly 4% worse than the lowest projected growth prediction made by analysts for this reporting period.

So if the United States is now in negative growth, and for all intents and purposes in a recession, how do GDP numbers look for Europe, which is intrinsically tied to America in the global economic system?
How about desperate enough to project and add revenues from prostitutes and drug sales to expand their declining levels of production?
In a fantastic and Bizzaro World announcement, Britain intends to add projected numbers from the intangible sale of one’s body (prostitution), along with the sale of illegal narcotics to the overall ‘consumer spending’ portion of their GDP model, and align themselves with Italy who just last week, did the very same thing.

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