Which of these is the "alternative fact"?
From a BBC New article
"The Greek economy unexpectedly shrank
in the three months to December, latest figures show. Output fell by 0.4%
in the final quarter of the year, compared with growth of 0.9% in the third quarter. Analysts had been expecting the growth to continue
From an ekathimerini article
"The upbeat statements from Athens came after the Greek and European statistics services showed that the Greek economy grew by 0.3 percent
in the fourth quarter last year, compared to forecasts of a 0.3 percent contraction
Mirror images or should that be a looking glass? Or you could just make up your own figure?