Half of all Americans not saving for retirement, indicating that they’re present-minded and relying on the Government remaining solvent

Here’s a paradox: We are urged to save for retirement, but our government economists — court prophets — say that personal savings are bad for the economy because it reduces consumption today. This slows economic growth, they say. As a result, they pursue inflationary policies that erode the purchasing power of money to encourage consumers *not* to save.

“If you don’t use it, you lose it!”

The Lord calls us to leave an inheritance to our children’s children: Proverbs 13:22. This means deferring consumption today to build our capital for the following generations.

50% of Americans aren’t saving. Most are planning on retiring. They won’t be able to, as it turns out.

But is this a bad thing? The Lord commands us work 6 days a week and rest for one. He doesn’t say anywhere to work for 65 years and retire. That’s an idea that has been propagated by the latest false messiah, the Welfare State: Universal Healer.

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