When I first heard Alex Jones talking about this I thought it was funny. Seriously, I used to laugh, and I think it was because I was taking it literally.
Just recently, I finally understood. It doesn’t have anything to do with math. The “2+2=5 People” are the people who believe non-truths even though they know they’re not true.
And not only do they go along with and believe lies, but they’ll expect you to do the same.
That, in and of itself is funny, because it doesn’t make sense to normal people. Why would someone say something was true if it wasn’t?
That’s something you’re going to have to ask the person when you cross that bridge, but I’ll give you my opinion when it comes to money.
Usually, big companies that generate tons of revenue and employee tons of people, public or private sector, sold out at the top.
The people who head such business ventures already made agreements and sign contracts way before they employed people. Everything comes from the top down. If you get handed something to read and sign and it doesn’t make sense, isn’t true, or is against what you believe, well, what that basically says is they don’t care if it doesn’t make sense, isn’t true, or is against what you believe.
You sign it and move on if you want to keep your job and continue making money just like the “Head” did before he employed you.
And, there it is.
You just made $90,000 last year, congratulations! Do you like your job? Yes! Do you want to continue making that money and more soon? Hell Yeah!
If you add 2 and 2 does it equal 5?
No it equals 4.
Do you want to continue making that money?
2+2 equals 5 then, right?
Oh he’ll yeah!