No, it's an example of the perils of greed, not riches. He wasn't disparaging wealth, he was disparaging the love of money, (ie. greed). There can only be one God in our lives. If money is your "God" you will not be able to bow your knee to the one true God, El Shadai, Therefor entrance into heaven would be as difficult as getting the camel through the eye of the needle, (which by the way is a reference to a very small gate into the city of Jerusalem's wall that gave access to people in and out of the city, but made it difficult for enemies to enter enmasse).