YouTube video expresses disappointment with UDP

| 21/08/2012

mac_2.JPG(CNS): The Cayman Islands premier is the subject of another video posted on YouTube that expresses the disappointment of many Caymanians with the UDP administration. Lacking the humour of the popular “What I see happening” video, in which Bush’s speeches were cleverly merged into a catchy tune about bureaucratic harassment, the latest video lists a number of issues that have fuelled the mounting opposition to the current administration throughout the community. The producers, who are using the label 'CayPolitics', remain anonymous and the video, entitled “UDP devastation in the Cayman Islands”, is set to Sam Cooke’s haunting song “A change is gonna come”.

See new 'UDP devastation’ video here

See ‘What I see happening’ video here


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  1. Anonymous says:

    In any private business they would have been fired already. When I worked in an accounting firm a manager was, quite rightly, fired for charging his personal overseas phone calls to a client. Get rid of the bad civil servants and much of the overspending will stop.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Come on Mack,dont worry wat these people say bout ya just hurry help we fix up we houses before hurricane come blow dem down, also Miss Julie. We waiting long now. Some neva get fixing up since Ivan, and Paloma. On behalf of me and my fellow Caymanians we want to thank Papa Dart for giving so generously to help we get fixed up.

  3. Thunder Storm says:

    I'm glad to hear the UDP is expressing  disappointment – this is how we have been feeling about them for the past three years

  4. Anon says:

    YouTube says this video is not compatible with MAC, good for a laugh!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I wanted to know how CNS was able to conclude that the video expresses the disappointment of “many Caymanians”, however, the video does not appear to be available using the link provided.

  6. Well says:

    IF that dont say it all!!!


    • Anonymous says:

      It don't… it only illustrates just a little of what we been puttin up with

  7. WestBayer says:

    Its a pity we can't place a secret camera in his car and his office, so we can catch him in his elements. More of these videos needs to be put together. Thank you, whoever you are, something or someone has to bring this man down.  The Police, FCO or the Governor looks like they can"t handle him, so the general public has to.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Here's a suggestion – Perhaps Cayman 27 or even just someone with a video camera could cover the Government gas station and let us see who all are getting the free gas.

    I am sure plenty people would be willing to volounteer a couple of hours to help. Then it could be edited and put on You Tube so we can all see who's gas we are paying. Circulate the video to the CS so the honest hard working CS will see who amongst them are stealing and adding to the financial state of the Country.

    • Anonymous says:

      Then when they are identified – fire them…!! There you go – CS cut and all the good ones keep their jobs – problem solved

    • Anonymous says:

      Brilliant idea to control spendings !!!!!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      I am sure numbers will go down like 75%. Unless they will fill in their tanks at night

    • Anonymuse says:

      Go by the station. look up. Note the camera(s). Then re-readthe report. No 'free gas' was ever proven. But I doubt that anyone, including the many thumbs-up, will go to the trouble to prove otherwise. Someone should do it. Just not me.