There has recently been a stirring in the patriotic breasts of the British over the removal of the song, “ Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rule the waves!” from being sung at the end of this year’s last night of the Proms at the Albert Hall, London. The song was written when Britain, as a powerful colonial and sea power was becoming the largest empire that the World had ever seen. This was achieved on the backs of millions of Africans shipped to the Caribbean as part of the slave trade.
One of these former slave colonies, The Cayman Islands, set in the sapphire blue waters of Caribbean, has today a mainly Christian, Protestant population of 68000. Its motto is part of Psalm 24: “The earth is the Lord’s, and all its fullness, The world and those who dwell therein. For He has founded it upon the seas, And established it upon the waters.". They have remained a British overseas territory, and come under direct British rule, whilst Jamaica, its neighbour, also a former slave colony, gained independence in 1962.
During her coronation on the 4th of June 1953, Queen Elizabeth II vowed to God that she would uphold the Protestant faith and protect the traditions and customs of the Commonwealth countries.
However, the strong Christian traditions of these islands have been threatened ever since the Queen allowed herself to be renamed the ‘Kaleidoscope Queen’ in 2012 by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, the President of the Kaleidoscope Trust , an organisation dedicated to infiltrate and subvert Commonwealth countries with queer philosophy . This was followed in 2013 by her signing the Commonwealth Charter, forcing homosexuality and gay rights on 54 commonwealth countries - on pain of having their financial aid cut. At the time, Shirley Richards, a Jamaican Christian objected bitterly to this new form of colonialism 
Shortly after, the queen gave her royal assent to same marriage. https://youtu.be/zBy3hEpRNm8?t=802  and in 2018 made Prince Harry and Megan Markle the Foreign and Commonwealth youth ambassadors so as to promote LGBT rights around the World
Homosexuality, with pressure from Britain and the European Union Court of Human Rights - to which Britain is still bound in spite of Brexit - was only legalised in the Cayman Islands in 2000, even though it had been made legal in the UK since 1967. The relaxation in the law in both the UK and the Cayman Islands was initially conditional on its being practised in private and only between two men over the age of 21. It was tolerated but not given public acceptance, let alone celebratory status.
It took forty six years, from 1967 to 2013 for same sex marriage to be legalised in the UK, during which time, many incremental pieces of legislation, stealthily whittled away any legal opposition to the gay agenda, which is to achieve total world domination. In 2013 those pushing for same sex marriage, argued that this was not only superior and would strengthen the ailing institution of marriage but would in time make it obsolete. Boris Johnson Prime Minister supports this argument and has said,“…marriage… has been here since before the Stone Age, and now it needs to move beyond the Stone Age.”
Due I believe to the grace of God, the Caymanians have managed to avoid all the pink legislation imposed on the UK over past decades. However, two lesbians, Vickie Bodden Bush, her partner Chantelle Day briefly in March 2019 managed the get the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands to award their relationship with marital status,. But in November of the same year, the Court of Appeal were instructed to annul the marriage on the grounds that the Cayman Legislative Assembly had not authorised let alone legislated for it. But it did argue that Bush and Day had a right to have their relationship legally protected and a right to family life and would therefore push for a Civil or Domestic partnership Bill in the new year. But on the 29th July the opposition in the Assembly, led by a Christian MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly), Anthony Eden, narrowly voted down the proposal.
Bush, Day and their queer allies appealed then directly to the privy council, the High court in London and Baroness Sugg, the UK Minister for Sustainable Development and the Overseas Territories. She wrote to British governor the Cayman island, Mr Roper, advising him to step in and exercise his powers and have the bill passed. Should the Cayman Islands Legislature fail to act to rectify the situation, the UK government would exercise direct power and force the Caymanians to embrace same Domestic Partnerships.
What will happen therefore in the Cayman Island is that there will be no incremental staged legislation added to that of 2000, but a fast forward, as in a time machine, from legalisation of homosexuality to same sex marriage. But this will not be end of it, for as the gays and their useful idiot allies often say, “There is so much more to do.”
Homosexual, Sir Adrian Fulford, High Court Judge, Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales and member of the Privy Council, was quoted in Pink News as saying, “Pink Law will cease to be an anomaly but rather the shape of things to come”.
As soon as same sex marriage is allowed - due to its position in the Caribbean - the Cayman islands will not only experience earthquakes and hurricanes but attract a tsunami of filth from gay cruise ships, searching for young flesh, followed by a raft of social and spiritual devastation.
For Vickie Bodden Bush, her partner Chantelle Day and their allies in Cayman government appealing to the British Foreign Office and the British courts just so they can be like all the other Western nations, will be inviting Colonialism and sexual slavery to be imposed on the islands.
So let us return to the last night of the Proms, at the Albert Hall, London, last year, 2019, where the bisexual mezzo-soprano, Jamie Barton led the audience in singing Rule Britannia. Prior to this she had been interviewed by a drag queen. Dinah Lux RuPaul's Drag Race UK Ambassador , When Jamie Barton sang this last song, “Rule Britannia! Britannia rule the waves. Britons never, never, never shall be slaves”, she unfurled the rainbow flag , amid shouts of acclaim from the Promenaders .
Britain is no longer “Great”, neither does it rule the waves nor is it a land of hope of glory. Britain like many other nations before them has followed the example of Sodom and become slaves of sexual perversion. Let us pray that the Caymanians will indeed, take to the lifeboats and abandon HMS Britain before it sinks beneath the waves, with the ship’s band playing 
--David Skinner, UK MassResistance