“I’m 74 and Tired”



Worth reading…sent by Roger Helmer MEP (not written by Roger Helmer)

This should be required reading for every man, woman and child in the UK , United States of America , Canada , Australia and New Zealand
“I’m 74 and I’m Tired”

I’m 74
. Except for brief period in the 50’s when I was doing my National
Service, I’ve worked hard since I was 17. Except for some serious
health challenges, I put in 50-hour weeks, and didn’t call in sick in nearly
40 years. I made a reasonable salary, but I didn’t inherit my job or my
income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, it looks as
though retirement was a bad idea, and  I’m tired. Very tired.

I’m tired
 of being told that I have to “spread the wealth” to people who
don’t have my work ethic. I’m tired of being told the government will take
the money I earned, by force if necessary, and give it to people too lazy
to earn it.
I’m tired
 of being told I must lower my living standard to fight global
warming, which no one is allowed to debate.

I’m tired
 of being told that drug addicts have a disease, and I must help
support and treat them, and pay for the damage they do. Did a giant germ
rush out of a dark alley, grab them, and stuff white powder up their noses
or stick a needle in their arm while they tried to fight it off?

I’m tired
 of hearing wealthy athletes, entertainers and politicians of all
parties talking about innocent mistakes, stupid mistakes or youthful
mistakes, when we all know they think their only mistake was getting
caught. I’m tired of people with a sense of entitlement, rich or poor.

I’m really tired
 of people who don’t take responsibility for their lives and
actions. I’m tired of hearing them blame the government, or discrimination
or big-whatever for their problems.

I’m also tired and fed up with seeing young men and women in their teens and
early 20’s and even 40’s be-deck them selves in tattoos and face studs, thereby making
themselves un-employable and claiming money from the Government.

Yes, I’m damn tired.
 But I’m also glad to be 74. Because, mostly, I’m not
going to have to see the world these people are making. I’m just sorry for
my granddaughter and her children.   Thank God I’m on the way out and not
on the way in.

There is no way this will be widely publicized, unless each of us
sends it on!

This is your chance to make a difference.

” I’m 74 and I’m tired.    If you don’t forward this you
are part of  the problem”.

(Trouble with pictures confusing readers who imagine it’s written by Roger helmer).  Bill Cosby.

REPLY from NED born 1963


I’m Tired Too

Ned Pamphilon Productions 2013

In response to a posting on The Tap Blog:
I’m 74 and I’m Tired’:

I’m Tired Too

I’m tired of the generations before me who lived through WWII without questioning who really started it, who financed it, who benefited and really were the victors.

I’m tired of my parents’ generation which kept its head in the sand while JFK was presumed killed by a lone gunman, let alone 9/11 and so on…

I’m tired of those generations who tell me they served in the war for my benefit yet have voted in lying government after lying government after lying government, and then expect the younger generations to be honest and true.

I’m tired of those same generations that indoctrinated me to view the Germans as the enemy, then the Russians, then the CIA data base Al Qaeda movement… when it’s always the bastards at the top on both sides, not the general public and ‘ordinary’ people who want or make war.

I’m tired of those same generations barking on about full employment which is an unlikely concept in reality and assuming I want to work hard all my life at some unimportant job rather than my appreciate awareness and experience of infinite consciousness while having an earthly experience.

I’m tired of the Darwinian ethic I’m expected to adhere to, whereby if I don’t push myself as hard as possible I might not survive; an approach that has kept generations in a perpetual mind set of fear.

I’m tired of conventional wisdom serving up limited choice between Creationism and Darwinism as if there is no other serious possibility.

I’m tired of the older generations who roll their eyes when I ask who are we? Where do we come from? As if I’m asking silly questions to which there is no definitive answer, therefore, stop asking, accept and appreciate this democratic system of free speech and liberty that my parents’ generation sacrificed themselves for, in order I might be free. Yeah, right.

I’m tired of those elder statesmen who keep telling me my generation fails to take responsibility when they avoided responsibilities all their lives; whether wide spread child abuse, war mongers, the increasing size and power of corporations producing contaminated food, water, health care, energy systems etc…

I’m tired of those older generations telling me what a good egg the BBC is and how David Attenborough makes such wonderful, wholesome family entertainment and information. Why doesn’t he talk about Michael Cremo et al?

I’m tired of the older generations that bequeathed me and still support a crap education system indoctrinating my peers with facts and figures to regurgitate in pretence of seeming clever while creativity, imagination and dreams are side lined as wishy-washy.

I’m tired of trying to explain to the older generation that gold might rise in value, for example when it was still only $600/700 per ounce in 2008 and they dismissed my information in favour of maintaining conventional stocks and shares and supporting the international banking crime syndicate: “… anyone can say anything about gold and stuff on the internet.”

I’m tired of the older generations telling me you can’t beat the system, complaining at the dinner table yet never complaining in writing to their MP.

I’m tired of those previous generations bequeathing me this ridiculous notion of left wing right wing politics and anything else is fringe unless enough people begin to support it, in which case it is given a label to fit nicely within the right-middle-left wing political model.

I too am tired of body piercing and tattoos, but each to their own and I’m more concerned with Willy Hague announcing more taxpayer funding for ‘Friends of Syria’ while the older generations are apparently oblivious to the imminence of the first Great War of the 21st century.

Despite my expressing my fatigue, I’m also waking up more and more everyday with a cheeky optimistic smile upon my boat race.

Best wishes,
East Anglia, UK


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7 Responses to ““I’m 74 and Tired””

  1. Anonymous says:

    As i thought.

    No MEP could be that creative


  2. Anonymous says:

    obviously fake but it makes some sense

  3. Caratacus says:

    Roger Helmer MEP (born 25 January 1944 in London)

    That makes him sixty-nine then …

    National service ended in the UK in 1960 if I remember rightly.

    Shame – it was a good rant too

  4. Anonymous says:

    Apologies. I have the wrong end of the stick

    “Worth reading…sent by Roger Helmer MEP” – Doesn’t mean written by

    But my point still stands. Our MP’s/MEP’s should be more creative.

    But then the way we are governed is so Archaic it needs a complete overhaul.

  5. Anonymous says:

    ”Yes, I’m damn tired. But I’m also glad to be 74. Because, mostly, I’m not
    going to have to see the world these people are making. I’m just sorry for
    my granddaughter and her children. Thank God I’m on the way out and not
    on the way in.”

    Something doesn’t ring right here.

    This is NLP eugenics-talk. I’ve seen this before.

    The author has built up the scenario with a seemingly plausible life-experience to guide the reader in.

    The punchline is NLP the reader into thinking 74 (or a similar age) is a good age to die as you are no longer profitable to the system/government anyway. Liverpool Care Pathway anyone?

    Then rub it in with the kids/grand-kids scenario who will probably die even earlier through cancers and food which is just not fit to eat. Then ticking-time-bombs like vaccines, etc.

  6. Tapestry says:

    Good point. ‘I’m 104 and I’m thinking of retiring soon’ would read better.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Is this really a false letter?

    The MEP stated that he did not write it.

    I think the writer is talking about the socio-political philosophy of ‘equality’, which is dressed-up as being beneficial for those less ‘fortunate‘.

    It’s difficult to disagree with this concept – that government should NOT assist those less ‘fortunate’, at the expense of those more ‘fortunate’.

    OK, here’s the analogy. Think of school sports days, when there must be no winners.

    It’s the ‘winners’, or those more ‘fortunate’ that TPTB wish to undermine.

    ‘Equality’, in this context, means that the ‘fortunate’ or ‘winners’ cannot be tolerated.

    Being in this class means that you are economically independent & industrious, that you do not rely upon the state for everything or, maybe, anything.

    All must be equal; and that means equally dependent, equally compliant,
    equally incapable of anything – including, most importantly, freedom of thought. (the freedom to say that 2 + 2 = 4 – see Orwell’s 1984 and the trial of Galileo Galilei)

    Those who are economically independent and industrious, free-thinking and non-compliant are a threat to TPTB and their strangle-hold on populations and, therefore, nations.

    The Knights Templar’s had an interesting philosophy. If you ‘protect’ something, you control it. You ‘protect’ it (society) to the point where it can do nothing for itself, in the same way that parents protect their children. Of course, parents want the best for their children. TPTB want nothing good for us, the goyim.

    The one that does not run with the heard is the one that causes a problem.

    No free thinking can be tolerated. Free thinking might lead to independent action – then there is a problem.

    So, those who are industrious, free-thinking and non-compliant and economically independent are a problem.

    The socio-political philosophy of ‘equality’ is a way of bringing these problem people back in to the heard, by taking away what they have and distributing it to those less ‘fortunate’.

    This philosophy comes, of course, from the Roman Catholic Church / State. It was thought up by Thomas Aquinas and is called ‘The Final Destination of all Goods’.

    Do you recognise Communism / Socialism? Of course – well, this is where it comes from.

    I wrote a post on a book called ‘Ecclesiastical Megalomania – The Economic and Political Thought of the Roman Catholic Church’ by John W. Robbins (1999) which details all this, quoting only Roman Catholic encyclicals, for The Tap a few weeks ago, here’s the link:


    Get the book if you want to know more. I have a PDF copy (which I made myself) so ask Mr Tap nicely and he might email it on to you, from me.

    We are all to be equal. And that means equally nothing, of the heard, beasts.

    On school sports day, there can be no winners.

    They don’t want anyone getting any funny ideas!

    The truth is that the Reformation and Protestantism was just such a ’funny idea’ – that peoples & nations could, or would dare to, pull away from the power of Rome.

    The pope, in an encyclical in 1870, stated that they (Rome) realised that they were in ’extraordinary times’. Protestantism (prōtestārī in Latin means to declare publicly, for the truth), following the Reformation, was what he was talking about. This was the first time the forth-beast power on earth (see the Book of Daniel, Old Testament) had experienced such heresy (which means not being under the control of , or in agreement with, Rome – true independence).


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