Tuesday, July 8, 2014

THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE CURTAIN

So why does a married couple living in New Jersey have more control over what happens in this archdiocese than Archbishop Apuron?

Stay tuned.

24 comments:

  1. Stay tuned of fictional assumption? Hmmmmmm

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    1. I was hoping you'd bite. I never make a claim I can't back. You should know that by now. Stay tuned. Waiting for a few more suckers.

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    2. Stay tuned for bunch of personal attacks and lies from the Kikos when the truth comes out.

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    3. Yep. And the truth is now out. Except the truth is NOT an opinion. It is a document. A corporate document.

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    4. And to think that this whole discourse will take place without the imput of the seminarians.

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    5. If Tim Rohr makes a statement I listen. This man is the voice of truth and reason in the catholic church on Guam today. The greatest respect for him.

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    6. Kiko's lie so much no one believes them. Even on the hill lie to each other.

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  2. Anonymous (July 8, 2014 at 11:34 PM) is the perfect example of Pavlovian Conditioning on the part of the Kikos/Kikobots — when faced with the revelation of Truth, their kneejerk response is accusations of deceit. Because they live by the mantra “Do not question. Just obey!” they are not conditioned to think for themselves and weigh the pros and cons of evidence. They have no option but to attack the messenger who bears the Truth.

    BTW: The Kikos/Kikobots would do well to look into the mirror when they talk about liars. I popped into “Diana’s” blog recently and was surprised to see my name mentioned by ANONYMOUS (of course!): “Diana – the following individuals who are against the Archbishop like Concerned Catholic, Tim Rohr, Chuck White, Mary Lou, Maria, United and Janet B are obsessed to destroy the Archbishop and this community who encourage to cease donation to our Catholic Churches here on Guam … If you read ALL THE POST ON JUNGLE WATCH they wish the Archbishop to fall ill and die or to step down of his duties.” (my emphasis) Clearly this writer has a reading comprehension problem because in all the months I have been following and/or contributing comments to this blog, I do not recall anybody wishing “the Archbishop to fall ill and die.”

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    1. No one wishes the archbishop dead. No one ever ever said that on Junglewatch. Even those the archbishop hurt so much in life never ever made such a horrible statement.

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  3. and one asked "what has changed?" It is the feeling of belonging, being part of a parish, of being able to ask God to "Remove this cup from me?", That what has changed, the feeling that my parish is no longer a parish of Catholics, but and outsider of the NEO Communities. Jes of Chalan Pago. and if you are from the Parish, you should know me.

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    1. What has changed is that the Neo generals decided to attack. July 16, 2013. A day that will live in Infamy.

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    2. Correct. Things got heated about mid may. Someone associated with Guam was in the archdiocese of Liverpool at a table with British priests in the diplomatic service. One of those present began to follow up on the conversation and became aware of red flags. This story is not just Guam it covers Guam, Saipan, manila, new York, London.

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    3. Wow! 10.52am.

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    4. Correct Tim. The neo generals on July 16th made an attack on a catholic priest. What they failed to understand is that attack had a spark that set fire to issues before the neo arrived. The spark led people to junglewatch after years of silence.

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  4. I agree with Mary Lou. I have been following this blog for sometime now. There has never been once, not even a hint, that Tim Rohr, Mary Lou, and all the others mentioned that something bad should happen to the archbishop. And we still pray for him.

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  5. So now it's getting even clearer as to why Aaron Quitugua was denied permission to attend another seminary. Aaron was denied because he's not neo. I find it almost unbelievable that our bishop would deny this man because he's not neo. That is denying the people. Priests are needed on Guam! But now I understand better after reading this. The Archbishop is allowing himself to be controlled.

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  6. They are upset because we will not contribute to their slush fund any longer.
    To the NCW's Put your money where your mouth is, if everything is so great, why then do you continue to rely on the non neo's for funding?
    cut the crap...

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    1. Amen 12.23pm. Neo say they not use our money. Reality is they take our money and the archdiocese is sinking deep into the Mariana's trench. Neo suck our money destroying this local,church.

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  7. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 9, 2014 at 5:28 PM

    I, too, have written many harsh words about our dear Archbishop, but never once would I ever wish him ill health or death. But that accusation shows how the kikos will say anything to deflect attention because they have no touch with reality...they suffer from the mental disorder of kikophrenia.
    I have often said that it would be better for the Archbishop to step down. Better for his health, and better for the health of the diocese.
    Now, seeing that the true picture of the seminary is a ruse, a foreign invasion to our trusting island people, to come and take our land, our men, and our faith. They have succeeded in converting a few key people to the kiko-side, and have also won a few good intended Catholics to join what most consider a cult. But they will not succeed in the war.
    They have awoken the sleeping giant and we will not go back to sleep until the ugly mess is gone for good. If that means the Archbishop has to go, then I for one pray that Rome makes this happen.
    Giuseppe - I hope you come out here soon. We would like to hear from you before you close shop once and for all.

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  8. Wish archbishop well. But no longer accept him as the archbishop of Agana.

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    1. Cannot possibly stay at this point. But, take responsibility first to do your people right.

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  9. In the best interest of Agana resign Archbisjop.

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  10. Hope Agana Archdiocese ready to accept a new Archbishop who is not a local.

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  11. 4.33pm that would be the best way forward. But I doubt it.

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