Are We Reaping What We Have Sown?

Sometimes whole nations receive the just rewards for their sin. But often they don't realize it.

There is currently much hand-wringing in the US about the looming insolvency of the Social Security system, designed to care for the elderly. Many people have the misconception that it is an "investment," in which workers set aside money for their retirement.

In reality, it is a tax on young workers to pay for the monthly payments being made to retirees. It works great as long as you have lots more workers than retirees. But if you suddenly have a generation with too few workers to support far too many retirees, the system collapses. How did the US get into this situation? The answer may be all too obvious.

The generation that is getting ready to retire has legally arranged the murder of over 30 million young workers who should be age 20 or over now, and in the workforce when the "baby-boomers" are ready to collect their checks. Impossible, you say? No, they have done it with the blessing of the courts, and will soon pay the piper.

We don't call it murder, of course. That sounds too, well... coarse. We have a better way of putting it. We call it "giving a woman control over her own body." Then we kill her child by sucking his brains out by machine during birth, and declare that the child was never born. In fact, they claim he was never a child. Just an aborted fetus.

Now stop and think for a moment. What might be the condition of the Social Security Trust Fund if those 30 million children had grown up and taken their place in the workforce of America? If Social Security checks have to be reduced for the next generation, maybe they have no one to blame but themselves.

"Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." --Galatians 6:7

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