We are committed to empowering people and our communities to build a future of fairness, respect and abundance for all.

What are we doing?

Offering support, providing representation, inspiring courage, honesty and
accountability, raising awareness and fostering greater unity in the community at large.

Why are we doing this?

For the love of our island, it’s people and future generations.

How do we get there?

By reminding people of their sovereign rights and welcoming their voices to our growing community.


The CAST is a newly formed action group of Bermuda residents, citizens, and businesses who are dedicated to improving the state of Bermuda’s justice system – especially as it relates to the recovery from any public mismanagement of the pandemic. The CAST holds the view that many of the potentially excessive pandemic protocols that have been implemented may have caused injury to a wider cross-section of individuals and businesses than was absolutely necessary. These aggrieved parties have a right to be heard as a matter of natural justice and public safety. It is our intention to seek damages in this regard and ensure the government ends any and all unnecessary emergency measures immediately.

Why The CAST?

The CAST was formed out of concern that the Bermuda Government is ill-equipped to represent the broad concerns of the ‘silent majority’ for national unity and solidarity. More pointedly, The CAST is taking responsibility to hold the government accountable for the impact of the various mandates and protocols implemented throughout the pandemic. The CAST also seeks to establish clear and unequivocal benchmarks that must be met prior to this or any government initiating emergency health measures in the future.