It seems as if it has gotten down to the people of these Islands having to put their foot down and take the bull by the horn. Why does the present leadership and their friends and investment partners continue to push something that the people do not want?
Maybe they do not understand that road means more to us than their investment or plans for whatever they may want to put there where the road is now.
We are against it. Our people from all over Cayman and the world have used that road for generations. It would be like us destroying Heroes Square that we have come to love so much.
I speak for all Caymanians that love our Cayman. Stop pushing us. Instead, listen to what we need. Our culture and way of life needs to be protected and made better, not tear down and destroy.
Investors will come and go but the Cayman people must always be here. Stop your endangerment of our people and our Island. Leave our section of West Bay Road alone.
Stop your disrespecting of our people. Now to some of these in the leadership positions that would want to try and get people jailed for standing up against what they know is wrong for this Island and its people, soon and very soon you all will be out of government. After all you are against the same people that vote members in or out of government.
Perhaps you need more education in order for you to understand that the people of these Islands have their right to protect against many things and just in case you still do not know, they have a right to protect against you.
So to all Caymanians on these Islands, if there is something that we do not want that even if the governor wants to impose on us that we all know is not good for us and our Islands, we will stand up against it. And in doing so have the wishes of the people upheld and respected. It is our right, so hear that all may understand, no dump in Bodden Town.
No Road closure in West Bay, Seven Mile Beach area and not China port deal, no Chinese workers and nothing else the people really do not want.
So get with the people and listen for a change and stop trying to be dictators and slave masters of the people.
We will not stand for it anymore.
Instead try to figure out how to bring more peace to these Islands and its poor people and to all of you very rich investors that can build whole towns, share more of your wealth directly with the people and not those in leadership positions. And stop trying to push my people. They might just push back.
We are peaceful people who were once united living under God’s protection. We were all happy and did not know war. But all of this has changed in some way. Please try our very best to shut down the crime wave.
Emile S. Levy