Friday, June 13, 2014

FRUIT TO FIGHT YOU

I think I need to dedicate a page just to this kind of stuff to demonstrate the brain damage of drinking KAKA.



Why is Kiko's book Kerygma ugly Tim? What's the matter? It does not meet your credential? The guy spent time with the poor of the poor. What did you do? Cradle snatch at school.

Sign_______________ Fruit to fight you
What's really funny is that in responding to a comment by someone who thought they could beat me over the head because the book had an endorsement from a high placed Cardinal I had said that I had already "read" the book in "the vile ugliness and the vomit and sputum recorded in the comments on this blog which are the fruit of this man."

And then this guy proves it further. Of course, these people don't ever use their name when they attack me...and in this case my family too. Their sheer cowardice should tell you that satan is at work. Christ doesn't hide...does he, Deacon. You think I don't know? How pathetic.

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  1. More than pathetic. This man has no place being a deacon in our beloved Church. Let us pray that God will forgive him his blindness and heal his suffering heart.

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  2. Janet B - MangilaoJune 13, 2014 at 4:35 PM

    This Deacon, who is to be ordained a priest in November?

    Archbishop - you had better hire a real psychologist to test this one, not Giuseppi or some other unqualified Kiko-nut job.

    We, the people of Guam, are appalled at what we see from the mind set of Deacon Harold. Not only is he a good Kiko, loyal to all the faulty teaching, bravado and egoism, and superiority complex; but this deacon shows real signs of true mental disorder. To allow a man like this upon our Catholics is a grave danger to all if he does not get professional clearance for having a sound mind.

    Fr Edwin Bushu is another example of how you have allowed dangers psycophants into the diocese without proper screening. Then, when even you realized he was a danger, rather than send him for mental treatment you send him away to Africa, where he will become someone else's problem.

    Dear Archbishop - do you not see that this same attitude is precisely what has caused so many problems to persist in the sex abuse scandal?
    DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE WITH DEACON HAROLD!

    If you pass a problem onto our people we will hold you personally accountable for all the damage that he may do.

    Forget the advice of that idiot Chancellor who only wants your job, and take some sound advice for a change. Release Harold, no matter how much you love him!

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    1. Mary Lou your a mistake. Come over to Diana's blog and let have an open forum debate. Pick up your skirt in a fair ground or your just a prime nut hugger of Tim and Chuck White.

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    2. Actually, Anonymous (June 13, 2014 at 7:25 PM), look carefully and you’ll see you’ve made a mistake. I did not write the comment to which you posted a reply. "Janet B-Mangilao" did. If you can't you tell the difference between our two names you need to get your eyes checked!

      I’m sorry that you are obsessed with me. But I can’t take advantage of someone like you. I can’t "have an open forum debate" with you. It wouldn’t be fair because:
      1) You are always thinking about sex. You wouldn’t be able to think clearly.
      2) You cannot express yourself properly in the English Language. You wouldn’t be able to form a rational argument.
      3) You are too afraid to identify yourself. You’re paranoid enough. I don’t want you to get worse.

      Finally, if I chose to “have an open forum debate,” it wouldn’t be on “Diana’s” blog. There are too many people drunk with KAKA. If I chose to “have an open forum debate,” it would be here in The Jungle.

      BTW: I’m sorry I couldn’t write to match your level (Grade 3.8). I tried, but the lowest I could get was Grade 5.2.

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    3. Excellent reply, Mary Lou. I was just beginning to feel a little guilty last night about taking advantage of the level of intelligence that is so often demonstrated by those whose milk is KAKA and thinking that I should just let there comments pour into the delete file. Still thinking about it. But then they'd accuse me of no posting their comments. Oh, the conundrum.

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    4. Thanks, Tim. Although it would take more work on your part, maybe you could include a tab where KAKA-inspired comments can be posted. I noticed that the contents and comments of "This Just In" are gone. That’s the kind of filth which can be isolated and listed in that tab, allowing those who are morally, mentally, literally, spiritually and psychologically challenged to have their "outlet" without the rest of us having to view the products of their depraved minds. Those who decide to read the perverted comments of the KAKA drunkards would be doing at at their own risk.

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    5. Yes. More work. But I'll get around to it soon. Gotta finish the Fr. Paul saga...even though it's not "finished". I'll probably dedicate a page with a warning label.

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    6. By the way, have you tried viewing JungleWatch with your speakers up?

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    7. At first I thought I was going nuts. But now I think it is the perfect environment, ha ...of course, I don't want anyone to hear me joining in.

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    8. Just viewed JungleWatch with speakers turned up. Too funny!

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    9. Just got back on JungleWatch and turned my speakers up — I think I heard "Diana" and "Bernie" chattering about you and your followers, Tim. LOL!!

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    10. I had my speakers on too. Heard at the end of the celebration that the Archbishop was flying out again on Tuesday! Let us pray for him. His cardiologist wants to see him!

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    11. Follow up California Cardiologist is on island. Slick reason, tho.

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  3. What happened with Fr. Edwin besides shouting and telling people they were eternally condemned?

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    1. I had a tangle with Fr. Edwin over certain aspects of the issue of suicide after a presentation I made with Fr. Fran Hezel at a Catholic Men's Conference a year or so ago. The encounter with him was a rather traumatic experience for me, actually, and I don't intend to say anymore on the topic or on him other than to ask this question:

      What are our seminarians being taught about mental illness and its relation to the spiritual life? Do they get any pastoral training on how to minister appropriately to those struggling with mental illness?

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    2. What was the point of ordaining a guy almost 70 years old?? That should be a very seldom made exception. Who will care for him?

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    3. When it comes to who gets ordained from RMS, the Archbishop is not the decision maker. He is only the host bishop...and fundraiser.

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    4. Tim he incardinates these guys into the archdiocese so the decision to incardinate in my understanding is the local ordinary. To say he is the host fundraiser for the neo means Archbishop has little authority in his own diocese. Also what is the position for financing all these guys. When a bishop incardinates he is responsibility until they excardinate. Years ahead will see a lot of floating priests who belong to Guam but not in the diocese. Not a good structure.

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    5. Hope people wake up....November is coming soon.

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    6. Correct. Local Ordinary. Pius.

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    7. So when Pius comes, Archbishop Apuron ECHOES the words "I'm your Puppet" sung by James and Bobby Purify!

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    8. Yes ultimately the Archbishop is responsible since no matter what, he is the only one with the power to make men priests. However, several know that he has made some of them priests against his better judgement. Why did he do this? Because he obeys a different magisterium which is precisely why his priests are free to disobey him.

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  4. Deacon Harold is of concern.

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  5. Deacon Prieto grew up in a very violent time in his country, Medellin, Colombia and was quite worldly. When the calling first came to him to discern priestly service, Prieto put up a fight.

    U Matuna. He WAS QUITE WORLDLY....CUT THE GUY SOME SLACK!

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    1. If there's a problem, there's a problem. Many priests who sexually molested children were sexually molested themselves. Was it their fault that they were sexually molested as children. No? Were they a problem later in life? Yes. Should they have been "cut slack"? No. Why is he not a priest in his own country? Why are any of these foreigners not becoming priests in their own country? Why are we taking men away from their own countries, especially Spain, Italy, and Latin America where the Church is dying from a dearth of vocations. Why are bringing them here to Guam? Are there no seminaries there?

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  6. Wonder if Edwin is in Africa. Our other missionaries haven't made it to their destination yet.

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  7. Continued from U Matuna: "She was referring to Scripture describing how often, the Lord would choose the most unlikely individuals to do his work in ministry, for instance. Deacons Prieto and Acampora were part of Cruz’s Yigo One, Neocatechumenal community and knows their stories, knows the ungodly lives these clergymen once experienced. So to witness their transformation to the diaconate, Cruz was overjoyed."
    UNGODLY LIVES???????????????????????? Ugodly lives of these CLERGYMEN Really????????????????

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