November 29, 2020

Letter to the Editor

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It is time for a Federation of States in the Caribbean [and] a Declaration of Independence from the UK

By Dr. Florence Goring-Nozza, DD

As I read the article recently on Lord Blencathra’s removal from the post of Cayman’s Representative in the UK, and the OT Ministers plan on voting for Homosexual Marriage in parliament with an expectancy for the Territories to support him, it is with regret as the OT’s keep having horse manure shoveled on them, dad after day under this FCO rule. When is enough “Enough?”

Now this recent press release by CNS [and iNews Cayman] of the UK’s allocating $8 million dollars to fight corruption in the Caribbean, my response was “Here these jerks come again. They should use that money on themselves from start to finish for a change.”

However, as a people its time to start thinking deeply about what we really want for ourselves. Do we want jobs; do we want to be free from racial, economic and social oppression? We must not allow the British to come to our shores and again destroy the reputation of the Cayman Islands with prefabricated accusations to suit their own liberal agenda. None of their investigations have lead to anywhere but a dead end.

If the British really knew how predictable they are they would run and hide…

Since the former premier McKeeva bush is such a great threat to them getting their liberal gay and lesbian homosexual agenda through, and keeping us all as slaves with no right to work in our own country a UK territory, that 99% of that money will be Mr. Bush from running for office both in 2013 throughout 2016 as he may be too old or retired by that time.

These shrewd operators. Read a little bit about where these Cunning and Crafty Brits are coming from will you.

Nearly all these early settlements arose from the enterprise of particular companies and magnates rather than from any effort on the part of the English crown. The crown exercised some rights of appointment and supervision, but the colonies were essentially self-managing enterprises. The formation of the empire was thus an unorganized process based on piecemeal acquisition, sometimes with the British government being the least willing partner in the enterprise. If the territories can manage themselves then why are we all brainwashed into believing that we cannot do without the UK?

The slave trade became an economic necessity for the Caribbean colonies benefiting the British. Movements for the end of slavery came to fruition in British colonial possessions long before the similar movement in the United States; the trade was abolished in 1807 and slavery itself in Britain’s dominions in 1833.

The British Empire was the world’s first global power; by 1921, it held sway over a population of 400–500 million people — roughly a quarter of the world’s population — and covered more than 14.1 million square miles.

During the pretense of decolonisation, Britain under sought to pass so called parliamentary democracy and the rule of law to its colonies, with varying degrees of success leaving questionable consequences. Almost all former British colonies have since chosen to join the association, which replaced the Empire.

Nonetheless, British colonial policy was always driven to a large extent by Britain’s trading interests. While settler economies developed the infrastructure to support balanced development, tropical African was abused in those territories. Like Caymanians are today and and found themselves developed funding units for the British. Work permit sales in the millions of dollars seem to be a funding unit for the British as well.  British policies based on their own advantage and self-interest had a negative impact on some territories economically.

The British would engage in manipulation of conflict between ethnic and racial identities, in order to keep subject populations from uniting against the British who were the occupying power causing all the oppression, unhappiness and dismay  — the classic “divide and rule” strategy — left a legacy of partition or inter-communal difficulties in areas as diverse as, Ireland, India, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Uganda, Iraq, Guyana, and Fiji. No wonder the Irish hates the Brits more than anything else.

The British colonial authorities in Kenya successfully manipulated the Mau Mau starting a war between the tribes killing only 22 Europeans but 18,000 locals. They are accustomed to stirring up trouble among the people in its territories.

The same divide and conquer zenith is at work and in full force in the Cayman Islands. Where the work permit grants, believed to be the thrust of the UK FCO weapon to be used continually to upset Caymanians, and dividing the locals and expats who are constantly at war because of the constant disenfranchise of Caymanians as opposed to expats being the preferred work applicant. It is much clearer that the UK has something to do with this, as the war between the unemployed local and the employed foreigners controlling all the jobs continues. It seems perfectly OK with the UK that has never addressed this injustice and socioeconomic genocide against the Caymanian people.

Its time for the Caymanian people to seriously consider Independence from the UK. It is impossible to continue to tolerate this abuse of power coming from the UK and FCO against the people of its territories.

The arrest of the Premier of the Cayman Islands where he has not been charged, has not been prosecuted and has not been sentenced for merely maxing out his credit card and assisting customs release of explosives for a constituent in the quarry business, is an indication that the UK FCO is repeating history all over again and will stop at nothing to bring down a leader in its OT who can not be controlled by them.

The UK wants the former Hon. McKeeva Bush out of the political picture so badly that they are stooping as low now to agree to foot the tab this time, instead of letting us pay for the Tempura round II now brewing and gearing up to dump these unknowns onto our shores. Generally commencing their entertainment or pastime activities at the local pubs and posing on the decks of the RCIP boats having fun. We are indeed curious to see what a prefabricated illustration looks like this time around…coming from this UK camp. We sincerely hope the Daily Mail follows them to the Cayman Islands and around the territories to do a story on them.

We are all aware that the British are cheap skates, usually expecting everyone to pay for their own expenses. For the UK to allocate $8million plus to pay for these probes, is an indication that they are desperate to get former Premier of the Cayman Islands McKeeva Bush out of their way and even more  ‘”DESPERATE TO HOLD ONTO THE REMAINING TERRITORIES who may be gearing up to Free themselves from this political and economic slavery imposed upon them by the UK and oppressing the poor keeping Caymanians especially the natives jobless, hungry, devastated, helpless, and devastated.


In order to save their face in the UN the UK FCO is now calling this Anti corruption probe a mere investigation to fight corruption! We political science scholars know better.

It is just not true.

As one familiar with the UK dirt and their underhandedness and crookedness; I serve the people notice that

This is nothing short of a 21st century War declared on the territories and its leaders who stand up to the UK with an attempt to enslave, intimidate, divide and conquer, to continue to control the territories and discourage them from going independent.

I call on the territories to form a federation for the Caribbean, engage in trade strategies, import and export, build your own defense forces, your own national guards, your own, coast guards, your own armies, and unite and defect from the UK, declaring claiming independence at a specified date and time, and stop being kicked around by these white men from Europe. They are slave masters.

Its time to cut strings, Grow up Declare Independence from the UK.

EDITORS NOTE:  iNews Cayman respects the views of Dr. Goring-Nozza, DD although they are not the views of the Editor of iNews Cayman

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