Look around you Caymanians and be aware of the people here on our Island.
I have found out that many of them are not here to make the life of any Caymanian better, but instead to use us in some manner or the other in order for their lives to be better in many ways that could not happen for them in their country.
I find that although we, the Caymanians, that provide most of all that is needed for these people to live better, we find that we are treated very badly by many of the people living here with us.
They call us lazy, they look down on us as if they are better than us and even steal from us and send it to their country. I know that many of you understand what I am saying and have been treated badly by people that you have helped to be here on our Island by way of permit or even by marriage. A lot of those that get married to the Caymanian man or woman is only out to use us. They have no real love for any Caymanian.
It is so sad to hear someone from the outside world talk about the Caymanian in a very bad way; the same people that made it possible for them and their family to eat food.
The selfishness some of them brought to Cayman with them does not make life better for anyone. It will cause the problems of a great divide here on Cayman between outsiders and Caymanians that could spill over in to hate and crime. At the same time we also have some very selfish Caymanians too, even in you own families who are trying to take all with them when they die; stealing and crooked acts against our own people. Why do we have to live like this on this small Island?
I can remember when people really respected each other on this Island with caring and sharing with each other.
Now what we have is part of the demon’s way of life. We need to get rid of it and get back to love, respect, caring and sharing. Even our children today don’t have that real respect we grew up with in the 1960s and 70s. Somehow that old fashioned way that served our people so well for so many years has been effected by some kind of new age madness that is destroying our culture.
So please do whatever is right for you to turn this that is here now with us making life bad for all that are in Cayman.
If you know that you are one of these selfish, disrespectful people and are guilty of these acts, they try your best to change before it becomes so bad that no one will be able to live on this Island in peace.
The writing is already on the wall. More and more people from the outside world will turn to crime here.
Emile S. Levy