Sunday, June 15, 2014

LOL

I thought this was over, but I guess not. Enjoy!

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More BS from Bernie on Diana's heresy and propaganda blog.

Anonymous June 15, 2014 at 11:09 AM
Some people ask why would Jungle blog's one man show be morally corrupt? Why has Jungle blog lost its moral sense? The answer is simple: because it is obvious after you read just any single post or any single comment there to find very disturbing evidence of moral decay! It is especially true in the 16 posts and 548 comments made about the invitation of Cardinal Tagle to the evangelization event in the Philippines. Jungle blog tries to change the topic away from this event because of the obvious misdeed, scheming and betrayal committed by these posts and comments. I chose one of the very typical comments from the “Isn't It Funny" blog post to show:


"Tim June 5, 2014 at 2:39 PM
We either have to believe that someone of the stature of Cardinal Tagle gave no thought to proper protocol and sent a personal invitation to the members of another bishop's diocese, or that the entire thing was made up."

This was posted on June 5th, four days after Jungle blog obtained an illegal copy of Cardinal Tagle's confidential letter to the editors of the Umatuna. Now, the letter had the information who invited whom and it asked for a correction from the Umatuna, right? Everyone knows it now. However, nobody among the readers knew it on June 5th, except Jungle blog who secretly obtained the illegal copy of the letter on June 1st! Still, the comment makes the assumption that Cardinal Tagle did something inappropriate. But he did not. Jungle blog played in a dirty way as if they did not have the letter from the Cardinal while they had already had it in their hands!

This was deception. They deceived the readers of their own blog. Now, what is morally corrupt if not this? How could you get any lower, any dirtier than that? It already hit incredible moral bottom. Of course, you would need the basics of good Catholic moral concepts to recognize this ugly deception. Which Jungle blog obviously do not possess... Too bad!

I haven't even mention the blatant sexism in the same comment against a journalist of the Umatuna or the desperate plot to shift the responsibility to the Archbishop by sheer lies and innuendo. Just read it if you want to be nauseated. True hatchet job, an insult against your intellect, an ugly crime against good conscience committed by a person who is so self-righteous that he thinks everything is allowed to him. Ouch, the conceitedness of vituperation!

"Do not envy the wicked,
nor desire to be with them;
2 for their minds devise violence,
and their lips talk of mischief.

8 Whoever plans to do evil
will be called a mischief-maker.
9 The devising of folly is sin,
and the scoffer is an abomination to all.

17 Do not rejoice when your enemies fall,
and do not let your heart be glad when they stumble,
18 or else the Lord will see it and be displeased,
and turn away his anger from them.

19 Do not fret because of evildoers.
Do not envy the wicked;
20 for the evil have no future;
the lamp of the wicked will go out."
(Proverbs 24)

Bernie


Ummm, Bernie, here it is again. WHO HAD THE LETTER AND WHEN?


56 comments:

  1. Wow.... Tim actually wired money to Kababayan from Cubao to get Tagle's letter. How dirty can you be.

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    1. False witness is probably dirtier, I'd say.

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    2. Tim paid to get letter letter was removed by the priest cardinal tagle shelters in Manila. Diana told us. Priest gave letter to Tim. Diana will get him soon head will role.

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    3. Tim wired money to a private account in exchange for letter. Diana has bank transfer names Manila accounts. Evil plot against us by evil men.

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    4. LOW DOWN, TIM!

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    5. Tim, wire me some. Then I'll reveal who Diana is. Wire it to Barrigada. Wow, Tim actually wires money. Cool.

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    6. Soon head will role. Oh, no.

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    7. No need to wire a dime. As the Cardinal for your own copy. He'll send free of charge.

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    8. How much did Tim Rohr wire for this letter anyone know the amount. Friend told me somewhere between 25 to 50 thousand USD .

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    9. According to my friend who is a knight Tim Rohr has thousands available to support his campaign against the neo. Big big money so much cash to spend.

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    10. This is hilarious!! I know Tim would NEVER spend money to obtain a letter or to "campaign against the noes" and he sure would not spend 50k on it. *can't stop laughing*

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    11. Correct. People send me them. Lots of them.

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  2. I can't recall every having so much fun. I'm trying not to. But just can't help it. Laughing is good for you they say.

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    1. Yes, laughter is good for the soul! With all these accusations of wiring money I can hear the plink, plink, plink, over in Diana's blog and didn't need to go there!

      Can someone give me an answer? Are you all the Archbishop's voice? I thought he had his own? If anyone is making the Archbishop look like and idiot it is people like you! Continue doing so! He must not care about your souls since he has not issued the NCW members a decree to keep away from the jungle.

      Those of the Way who enter the jungle, enter at their own risk. You are being disobedient to the Archbishop by being here. But then again, curiosity lets the cat out of the bag.

      Even Diana and Bernie are being disobedient because they sneak into the jungle to peek at what is posted. Practice what your preach guys......if you have faith in what you believe in then why be curious about what is written here. As you folks stated, the jungle is evil, so why do you associated yourselves by reading evil things.

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    2. Diana is a woman; she is not a man. Diana is not a priest. Thanks, Diana. We got it. Don't believe you; but we got it. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Actually I'm beginning to think that background soundtrack to this blog (turn your speaker up) is probably more appropriate for Diana's blog...since that's what their posts sound like.

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  4. If they come up with these wild lies now (e.g. wiring money to the PI) just think of what the end game will be like.

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    1. I think this whole scenario about the payment is funny! Maybe they should go and Check Western Union, the Pinoy Money exchange in Harmon and this Kababayans Bank Account!

      The NCW cannot accept the fact that a lie was told, a letter was issued, correction was not made so as to deceive all those not walking in the way and they got caught!

      Why does it bother you? It doesn't seem to bother your brother Archbishop Apuron. If anyone is to say anything about the Cardinal's letter, it should be him. Now shut your trap and let him do the talking! Why in heavens are you speaking for him. Did he tell you to do it on his behalf? If so, show the proof that he authorized you to do so.

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    2. Actually, all the doubters should just send a request to the Cardinal's office and ask for their own copy. I'm sure he'll be happy to send them all a copy. He wanted the truth known. Too bad the U Matuna held back.

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    3. Yes, wild lies. Satanic actually.

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    4. I really don't know why the NCW is so obsessed with the who, what, when, where and how of the Cardinal's letter. There must be some kind of fear that other letters would show up thus causing exposure of the NCW!

      My recommendation is to go get a paper shredder and start shredding your letters/memos from Kiko, Pius, The Geraninis, the Archbishop, the catechists and the Responsibles. You never know who is working in the inside!

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  5. Some wisdom to put the Kikos into context.......

    10 Rules for dealing with crazy people:

    1. If you don’t have to deal with a crazy person, don’t.

    2. You can’t outsmart crazy. You also can’t fix crazy. (You could outcrazy it, but that makes you crazy too.)

    3. When you get in a contest of wills with a crazy person, you’ve already lost.

    4. The crazy person doesn’t have as much to lose as you.

    5. Your desired outcome is to get away from the crazy person.

    6. You have no idea what the crazy person’s desired outcome is.

    7. The crazy person sees anything you have done as justification for what she’s about to do.

    8. Anything nice you do for the crazy person, she will use as ammunition later.

    9. The crazy person sees any outcome as vindication.

    10. When you start caring what the crazy person thinks, you’re joining her in her craziness.

    ~

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    1. Completely agree. We are only trying to DISPLAY "crazy" as a warning for others.

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    2. I guess because they cannot provide documents they call us liars! They cannot be contented that the truth came out. I wouldn't even bother anymore. Let us just dismiss this part and move right along to the next issues.

      I quit going into Diana's blog. I don't need to read her publishing works on quotes from the Bible. I read the Bible.

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    3. I confess. I went on Diana's Blog today to wish her happy Father's Day. Sorry. Couldn't resist. Know it won't get posted. She never posts my brilliant comments. Just not spiritual enough. And she knows I disagree that Tim wired money!

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    4. As everyone can see, I have copies of many letters on this blog. Didn't have to pay a dime. People are more than happy to send them to me. You should see the ones that I haven't posted.

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  6. I truely believe everything Bernie states here is TRUE....about the ArchBishop and the Kiko's.
    It's exactly their Way..very cult like.

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  7. Tim is the letter address to you?

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    1. GO SPURS! (BTW, your verb has the wrong tense.)

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    2. Well answer the question. Yes or no? Is it for you? Is the letter for you or not? That is the question?

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    3. Well is the letter for you or not?? That is the question?

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    4. I've been waiting for this. :)

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    5. Like I said, coward, GO SPURS!!

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  8. If Tim did something wrong and illegal, and stole the Cardinal's, then why doesn't the NCW ask the Cardinal himself. Tim can then be arrested and excommunicated. Then the NCW can stop the press and post the whole truth on the front page of the Umatuna.
    They can then get their vindication of truth and justice and finally Tim-be-gone like magic.

    Seriously, if any intellectually impaired are reading this, my above comments are SARCASM so don't go twisting the night away with them apples. Anyway, I won't hold my breath because no one from the NCW will do such a thing because they don't want to look like fools again. They know in their hearts what is the truth right before them but still want to deflect blame on Tim. How utterly pathetic. I am actually embarrassed for them.

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    1. Diana actually responded to my comment. You won't be arrested, just your contact for illegally leaking the Cardinal's letter, so fess up and have transparency. They want someone to hang for this, but of course not the responsible parties who lied from the start!

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoJune 16, 2014 at 5:47 PM

      Oh...very good! They want transparency! What a wonderful concept. Could I suggest that they start showing transparency that I have been asking for for several months now?
      Show us where the $3,000,000 collected for the Cathedral went.
      Show us where the money collected for the other parishes went.
      Show us the books for the mickey mouse school of theology in Yona.
      Show us how 40 seminarians purchased tickets to Manila to bow down to Kiko.

      I will stop for now, but I think you understand how I feel about transparency. Tim has not hit the money side of the kiko issue yet, but I believe this is the heart of the movement. Keep people entering new communities...that means more merchandising, more convivence collections, more money for the greedy few at the top. While your asking for transparency, you might want to ask your brother Tony what he does with all the money you sad saps give during your scrutinies. Yeah, a pittance goes to the poor, but ask them where the majority goes? Ask your brother Tony how he can afford to have a house in Adacao, and a few more in Vegas. Let's start getting transparent why don't we all!

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  9. Wait a minute, Diana....what did you say? "Jungle blog tries to change the topic away from this event because of the obvious misdeed, scheming and betrayal committed by these posts and comments." NO, we changed the topic because YOU told us to GET OVER IT ALREADY!! HAAAAAAAAAAA Just being humble and obedient.

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    1. The Tagle letter was the diversion. The Fr. Paul story IS the topic, which is why I'm back on it today...with more to come. It gets worse. Stay tuned.

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    2. Ok, let's go.

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    3. Think I'll just play the theme song before this STUFF gets going. Won't have the heart afterward, I guess. : ((

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  10. Attention Seminarians: Close YOUR eyes. This discussion is not approved for you. For adults only.

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  11. I let thru some funny ones

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  12. It is all a mystery like the trinity. Hard to know what goes on behind the chancery walls. For sure though something makes me very uneasy with the chancery.

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  13. Arch Pius back here. Probably taking care of Real Estate in Yona (Ylig Bay to be exact) while we chatter in the Jungle. That would be a surprise attack. Sort of like IRAQ going down in days. Let's not underestimate him.

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    1. Anon 10:33 AM you ever heard Islamic state? It's rude to do that to any religion.

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    2. 5:17pm may I politely ask? What are you talking about? We are talking about Pius trying to rig the property that belongs to the Church of Agana.

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    3. Sorry to disappoint you all but Father Pius is here for other reasons! He was appointed as the business manager for Kiko during the Manila rally! He is taking pre-orders for the new CD titled "Together Forever" by the musical duo Kiko y Apuron! Please indicate if you would like the CD in Spanish, English, or Chamorro. Limited edition! Proceeds will be donated to an undisclosed organization!

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    4. Sorry to disappoint you, too. Kiko and Tony have long passed their singin' days. Sort of like ol blue eyes Sinatra voice just got up and went one day. Pius has his reasons tho. That's for sure. Better make it very limited. He's a business manager alright.

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    5. 6:10PM. Sounds like Zoltan. Zoltan, what are you doing here. Shoo.

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    6. Yes. The real estate in Yona. That's probably the next major story as soon as I finish with the Fr. Paul story which has about 2 more chapters.

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  14. No one can do anything about archbishop only the pope has authority over him. The structure supports him to cause the moral decay and get away with it. Until the apostolic delegate is motivated to act nothing can be accomplished for the community. The archdiocese has to wait things out until archbishop is 75. Only then can we begin to mend the damage he caused .

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    1. The pope is usually the last to act because he is the last to know. And how does he come to know? Through the complaints of the people. The pope didn't investigate the recently removed "bishop of bling". He heard the cries of the people. The pope did not remove Cardinal Law from the diocese of Boston at the height of the clergy sex scandal because the pope investigated his role in the sex scandal, he removed him after the clergy sex scandal was made known. By who? By the people. Rome does not act until the people do.

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  15. Where are your praises Archbishop? It is a sad thing that these issues are among us on this island however one can always count on his troops to rally behind them

    Where are they in your defense? I've read and re-read the usual knee jerk reactionary comments but no one, not one anonymous person, has posted something good about you, your Holiness. It's as if the room has been cleared of all those who would speak of your grace.

    This tells us so much about the state of our Archdiocese. Do you have the right people behind you anymore sir? And it is not that i'm against you. If you would come forward as my leader in Faith and asked me to pause, to stop, i surely would. However you give me nothing sir.

    I remember standing beside the tomb of Archbishop Flores as a teen in FD Color Guard and felt the awesome solemnity and reverence of the Church.

    Later when you visited our school we were all ears listening to one of your first homilies as our Bishop. During my confirmation, despite the bad acoustics of the Parish, we were all ears again. Listening to you. It was no different this weekend at the Feast of San Antonio, all ears listening for the words from you delivering the homily that engages me to be Catholic all over again.

    Find yourself Archbishop Apuron and bring this division to an end please.

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    1. Wonderful post. But methinks it may be too late. Need a fresh start. Could be burnout. It's been a long time. Most CEO never last this long. Archbishop, trying to let you down easy. If you go you can keep the EQUUS. It's all yours.

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    2. Yes. Youthinks correctly. There is a horde of nasty stuff waiting for him that is beyond these mere matters of Fr. Paul and the Neo. Best to depart now. I don't have control over the rest.

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