Tuesday, August 26, 2014

NOW THAT WE KNOW WHO DIANA IS...

...(and who I always thought "he" was), perhaps now would be a good time to revisit this post from last December:

FEWER FATHER FLANAGAN'S

http://www.junglewatch.info/2013/12/fewer-father-flanagans.html?

Here's a pull quote:
In fact, as most teen psychologists know, the male mind (especially the teen male mind) is sexually driven by imagery, actual or virtual. The image of sucking the juice out of a girl until she is "dry" is radically pornographic. It burns the male brain, provoking the very psycho-hormonic reaction that the priest supposedly was warning against. As a male, I can assure you that Satan entered the mind of many a young man at that moment. 

12 comments:

  1. Janet B - MangilaoAugust 26, 2014 at 2:50 PM

    Sick, that this is what a kiko priest felt compelled to speak in front of a mostly teen/young adult crowd at Ypao. I wonder if anyone from the three stooges ever spoke to him about this type of speech? Then again, being as though the kikos are so open and happy to expose their sinful nature maybe this is the type of speech they present all the time, so it seemed like nothing out of the ordinary to them!
    To all parents who have kids in the neo, regardless of age, this should send a huge red flag of danger to you. All parents, even kiko parents, want the best for their children, so you had better think long and hard before you even allow your loved ones to attend any NCW catechesis. And since kiko only listens to kikos, all parents in the NCW should voice their great concern over the teachings of that priest.

    Imagine the painful and ardous treatment a non-kiko priest would have gotten if they brought this type of speech to a Life Teen gathering with Tony Baloney present? It really shows that there is a huge double standard at play here that holds kiko priests above any accountability. Does every one else see the grave danger in this?

    Time for all parents to speak out!

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  2. Consider the source. Totally an immature and irresponsible thing to say to young people, especially coming from a priest. Could this be a reflection of what they're being taught at the seminary?

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  3. Such language is disturbing. I would not want that "priest" any where near my school-age nephews. Do neo priests get training in dealing with young people? I suggest a psych evaluation.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  4. This is sick. His speech is a perfect caption for that harem photo posted a few days ago.

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    1. Yes, it sure is!

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    2. Many of us have underlined over the last year, the psychological depravities of the Kiko kookoos on Guam, and the obvious imbalances these poor souls are faced with.
      The fact that our Archbishop chose to follow the Gennarini's instructions on who gets to be a priest or not at RMS, despite obvious psychological flows is very disturbing.
      But then again, this is an Archbishop who knowingly incardinated a sexual predator.

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  5. This NCW priest is just like the one who ran away and left the country. Btw where is he anyway. Do they have to report to someone? Or is he hiding in the jungle too!

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  6. Where is Fr. Wadeson?

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    1. Does the Local Ordinary where he is hanging out know he is there? DOES HE? (with strong emphasis)

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  7. I just noticed the Label for this post reads "Fr. Egivaldo" — which matches that photo on the Internet titled "Egivaldo and the girls." I thought his name was "Fr. Edivaldo Da Silva Oliveira."

    Which is it — Edivaldo or Egivaldo? Or does he have two identities — his clergy name and the name his "fangirls" gave him?

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    1. It's Edivaldo and it's been fixed. Thanks.

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  8. For a minute there I thought you wrote Da Saliva.......eggggg..!!!!

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