How can saving money be the same as spending it? What? Do you think the banker just hides your savings in a big vault until you want it back? In a normal and healthy economy your money would be put to use doing things like building stuff, or digging and exploring for new resources, or all sorts of things like that. It would in fact be working just as if you had spent it. What you are putting in the bank, you see, represents value: which is your work. But rather than consume the fruits of your labor right away, you forego that satisfaction and save. This means that the currency that represents something of value, your labor, is used for other enterprises. Those other enterprises involve profits, of which you get a little, (interest) the banker gets a little, (interest) and the one who borrowed it gets a little. (profit)
Don’t be an economic moron. Take the time to watch this short video to understand how we are all much better off with a true banking system, and not just a spigot with a money printer at the other end.
Hat tip: Austrian Economics Addict