I've been stringing this guy a long a bit. He's one of those who keeps demanding to know how I got "the letter". Yesterday I reposted the email header of "the letter" just to see if he'd pop back up again. Sure enough, he bit. Here's the exchange from yesterday and today:
I led this guy a long a bit to demonstrate to the reading audience what liars do when caught in a lie: they become obsessed with discrediting the person who exposed their lying rear end. And in this case, this is probably the person who originated the lie which is why he can't sleep and is addicted to JungleWatch.
I may not know who this person is exactly (though I have a good idea), but the people he lied to DO. And exposing a lie of this magnitude is probably beginning to cause Neocatechumenal members themselves, the ones not yet drunk on KAKA, to begin to question how else they may have been lied to.
As this doubting and questioning grows within the ranks, the whole edifice, which was only a facade to begin with, will begin to come crashing down. And since we have the only diocese in the world which has a bishop who is himself a Kiko, the unravelling of the Neocatechumenal Way on Guam will begin a domino-like collapse of the whole Kiko-contraption as other bishops will see a warning in what happened in Guam.
Thus, the kiko's need to stop me. They lied to their people and lied about a Cardinal's support the same way they lie about the papal support of their liturgy, the magna cum laude's of their seminary graduates, the money they collect, and just everything else that is the target of a direct inquiry.
They cannot afford for their people to know all this. So long as no one can question, the lies, the transfer of monies and property, the overthrow of the church from within, all that can continue. But now, because they have been caught in their biggest most obvious lie yet, some members will start to ask those dreaded questions (such as "just where does my money go?"). And some will begin to notice that the Emperor has no clothes.
But, here, let me list for the record, some other letters I have in my possession which I have either posted or referenced on this blog THAT WERE NOT ADDRESSED TO ME:
- Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, letter to Fr. Paul Gofigan, July 16, 2013, Prot. No. 013-047
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, letter to Parishioners of Santa Barbara Church, Dededo, Guam, July 20, 2013
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, July 22, 2013
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apruon, July 28, 2013
- Msgr. David C. Quitgua, Vicar General, letter to Fr. Paul Gofigan, August 2, 2013, Prot. No. 013-053
- Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, letter to Fr. Paul Gofigan, August 20, 2013, Prot. No. 013-057
- Fr. A.N. Dacanay, S.J. Motion to Dismiss, addressed to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, August 20, 2013
- Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, letter to Fr. Paul Gofigan, Sep. 10, 2013, Prot. No. 013-062
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, September 13, 2013 (demanding to be restored as pastor)
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, supplement to previous letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, September 13, 2013
- Fr. A.N. Dacanay, S.J., Appeal of Fr. Paul Gofigan addressed to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, November 7, 2013
- Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, DECREE OF REMOVAL, Nov. 12, 2013, Prot. No. 013-074
- Fr. Paul Gofigan to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, December 6, 2013 (request to set the record straight about what the Archbishop said at the clergy retreat in Manila of October 2013)
- Fr. Paul Gofigan to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, January 13, 2014 (demand to set the record straight)
- Fr. Paul Gofigan to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, January 15, 2014 (expressing disappointment with the Archbishop's lack of action as regards what he said at the retreat)
- Fr. Paul Gofigan to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron, January 16, 2014 (advising the Archbishop that what he told Fr. Paul at their private meeting was not acceptable)
- Fr. Paul Gofigan, letter of termination to the subject employee, October 26, 2011
And I'm not even listing the letters (or noting the phone calls) that I have received anonymously by people who wanted me to know much uglier things than what appears in this list of letters.
So how did I get all these? Well NOT from Fr. Paul, and not from any member of the clergy, and purposely so. I have seen how the Archbishop treats his clergy and I did not want to endanger them so I made sure not to involve them from the beginning.
What you people don't want to accept is that there is a vast lay network behind Fr. Paul. Up till what happened to Fr. Paul, the Neocatechumenal Way, despite an increasing number of clashes with the rest of the Catholic community, was pretty much left alone. However, the brutal treatment of Fr. Paul was the catalyst that solidified the army that is now gathering against the Archbishop.
And your leaders know that if the Archbishop goes, so do you. This is why they tried to grab the title to the Yona property. This is why people like you are fighting tooth and nail to discredit me, which of course is laughable because every attempt, including this one, makes my case.
So, keep scratching. Like a good journalist I don't reveal sources. I don't have to. But YOU have to face the people you LIED to. And that's why you keep coming back here. It's over dude. Tell the Archbishop to retire. It's going to get much worse.