Friday, August 22, 2014

OOPS! DIANA, DIANA :(

  1. The archbishop sell his Vegas house and give the money to the poor is the biggest joke of the day. Thanks Diana, I needed that laugh. The archbishop screwd his Sablan family out of their property in Harmon and other places. How do I know you ask. I am a Sablan and VERY related to the archbishop. He is greedy and the Sainas of the family know it all to well. He doesn't know what poverty is. You should see the archbishops house in adacao paid for by the scams he pulled on his own blood. So there the truth is out. Have at it NCW defend his actions, I dare you. See you uncle Tony at the family reunion.

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  1. Leaaachee10 Archie!

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    1. I wonder if he would even have the COURAGE to show face at this family reunion?

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    2. Interesting that he sold his Vegas house to help the poor or those in need, why didn't he help his brother Pedro when his house & property inToto was going to be foreclose? His brother & family are staying at Ghura housing after losing everything he had. Interesting right!

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  2. Whoa....there is even division in the House of Apuron. It goes to show that there is a distinct pattern and habit to his deceitful and abusive ways. H should delete the S from his name because he apparently has tainted it.

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    1. Archbishop would sell his own blood for money. Not even his blood family mean anything to him. Thank you to the Sablan family for sharing the truth with readers.

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  3. ASAINA NA YUOS, TAYUYUTI GUE! GOD HAVE MERCY ON HIM! How is he going to wiggle out of this one?????

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  4. heard about that house in Adacao and didn't think it was true because..........He's not like that... WRONG.
    now things are coming out, especially from his family.
    Anonymous @ 9:10pm. Leche de 10 is right.
    Hey, Archie will be in Agat tomorrow for the Santa Rosa Celebration. Let's all go down and see how he can face us.
    seems the parish priest (Fr.Alberto) will be leaving for a retreat "again" on Monday.

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  5. Disgruntle relative did not het a piece of the pie. Pathetic!

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    1. They didn't get a piece of the pie because "someone" ate half the pie before the rest of the family got to the party. Now that is pathetic!!!

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    2. [X] Like!

      Must be something they teach in the neo. I speak from experience.

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  6. Will the Junglewatch pageviews counter explode when it exceeds ONE MILLION?

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    1. Anonymous (August 23, 2014 at 6:56 AM), I wondered the same thing after realizing how quickly the numbers increase, especially on a day like yesterday with multiple posts — "The Missing Umatuna," "You Know He's Losing It" and "Delivered Today" — which generated so much interest that it seemed as though the page view counter was recording close to 1000 views/hour!

      To think it took almost one year to reach the 500,000 mark on 15 July 2014, the eve of the "Goal Date." Only one month and one week after that milestone, the page views have passed the 900,000 mark — with about 83,000 more page views to go before we see if it records One Million or if it will reset to Zero. I sure hope it's the former and not the latter!

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    2. How about the person who hits the 1 millionth page view wins dinner with the Arch or Tim?

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    3. Uh....Given a choice, I'd rather much have dinner with Tim over Archie.

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    4. Anonymous (August 24, 2014 at 3:58 PM), that may be true for you and for most of us … BUT if the person who hits the 1 millionth page view turns out to be one of the Kikos/Kikobots who continue to visit the Jungle contrary to the admonitions of "Diana," that person would definitely choose Pizza with the Archbishop. LOL

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  7. Somehow I am not shocked to learn about what he did to his Sablan family, given his proclivity for acquiring worldly goods and living the high life. I think he should just sign his name, Anthony S. Apuron. I think some of our readers can come out with suggestions what his middle initial should stand for.

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  8. PSSST
    Diana wrote the truth in her blog. Come and see. Tim your the focal point of this mess. When you die can I have some of your books.

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  9. I posted this on Diana's blog as well, but I'm doubtful that she'll ever post it. It's just a simple request, so Mr. Rohr, or any other poster out there, please consider the same request. No disrespect intended, and I'm sorry if I do upset anyone.

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    Diana August 22, 2014 at 5:37 PM

    Dear Melissa,

    Why are you angry? People ask questions about the Archbishop's car and house all the time. And now an anonymous poster did the same, but this time is Monsignor James' car and house. Monsignor James has been in the news regarding financial mismanagement; therefore, it is only natural to ask about Monsignor James ' car and house.
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    I humbly request that these comments please stop inquiring about the obtainment of financial wealth made by our priests and Archbishop.

    Quite frankly, it's none of our concern. No one goes to you and asks how you obtained your car, or your home, how you have X amount of cash in your account, how you spend your paychecks, and makes judgments or presumptions on your way of living.

    The same respect should be given to our priests and our Archbishop. To the Anonymous poster asking about how Monsignor Benavente obtained his new car, or the other comments asking how the Archbishop obtained his property, knock it off and quite frankly it's none of your business.

    And Diana, stop throwing fuel to the fire. All you have to do, and if you have any sense of decency, is to just take down the Anonymous posting asking about how Monsignor Benavente obtained his wealth, instead of chiding Ms. Melissa's comment with the "well people were asking about the Archbishop." Those should've been removed as well, because that's nothing more than nitpicking. To say that it's only natural for us to speculate what's going on because of the accusation that he's been removed due to financial mismanagement is just downright low.

    By allowing a person to post something as ignorant as that is just begging for more anger, which juxtaposes your call for peace within the Church. So, I ask you please remove his/her comment, and filter out any other comments that call for a breakdown of our clergy's personal finances (bank accounts, private purchases, et al).

    This is just a humble request to respect the privacy of ALL members of our clergy. After all, they're as human as we are, and deserve at least that much personal privacy and above all - respect, despite our opinions of them.

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    1. Apuron is still considered a Capuchin. He still puts OFM Cap. on his name and signature. Therefore, he should still be bound to the vow of poverty that all Capuchins profess. I guess he's only a Capuchin in name. Msgr. James is a Diocesan and didn't profess a vow of poverty. Therefore, Msgr. James can own property. When Capuchins retire, they usually will reside in the order's friary. When Diocesans retire, they don't have a place to go, so they usually retire in the home they own or stay with family.

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    2. let me repeat what's been said several times on this blog before: a religious (such as a capuchin) who is ordained a bishop is dispensed from his vow of poverty. this is because, among other reasons, bishops have to own property as part of their responsibilities to their diocese.

      now, that said, there's a difference between being allowed to own property and taking full advantage of it to further one's own self-interests.

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  10. The more interesting question is, Why does he even own a house in Vegas? Why chose to have a house in a place where gambling is legal....wasn't that one of those issues he as against....

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    1. Oops...clicks, click...smile for the camera!

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    2. Clark County NV property tax records are searchable online. There is no record of any property owned now or in the past in the name of Anthony Apuron. Did he in fact own property in Las Vegas or is this an unsubstantiated rumor? Properties can be recorded in the name of a company and would have to be searched under the company name. I am no fan of the archbishop and his mendacity but wonder about the truth of his owning a home in Las Vegas.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    3. The sale shows here. Owner Anthony S. Apuron. But just a note. I'd like to stop the speculation about the personal ownership of properties and vehicles, etc. I'll have more to say about it in a post.
      http://lasvegas.blockshopper.com/news/story/641546-Four-bedroom_home_sells_in_Southern_Highlands_subdivision

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  11. Maybe one of the reasons why apuron joined the neo. Probably, he owes money from geranini

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  12. This is not in defense of either side, but these vehicles are most likely gifts, so are we jealous that nobody gave us one?
    The office of the Archbishop( regardless of who sits there) should have the dignity of an upscale vehicle(even if we think the one seated there doesn't deserve it), after all whoever sits there is considered a prince of the church. Having said that, Pastors and Bishop's, because they accepted their respective positions are not private persons, they are not forced to take the position. They must accept the scrutinies of their finances because of the responsibility of overseeing large amounts of money and assets of the church. Notice I said assets of the church, not to be used for their own agendas.
    I wasn't aware that Monsignor actually owns his own home( news to me), I thought it was his Mother's home. As long as they have nothing to hide, they should welcome it, on the other hand, we see some scurrying about like roaches when you turn on a light,

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    1. Yet we have Pope Francis who purposely chose to ride in a KIA during his recent visit to Korea. Something to think about.

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    2. Sorry to say, I'm sure The Pope wished his family members killed were driving a safer larger car. Not to be mean; just a consideration.

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  13. Did Pius and his "elders" along with some NEO youths or young adults have a meeting with the Nuncio while he was here? Just wondering because this is what Di says:

    Dear Anonymous at 12:24 a.m.,

    I guess you have not heard Father Pius speak. He instructed us not to go to Junglewatch. He said that he spoke to Archbishop Krebs, and Krebs did say that Junglewatch is a hate blog. Father Pius also said that we can go to Guam or Diana's blog. He mentioned my blog. I was there in the crowd when I heard him speaking.

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    1. How can Nuncio Krebs tell you folks to go to GuamWay when this facebook was only established on August 7? Another LIE?

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    2. Do not call Diana DI...she corrected me once. Yes she did. " do not call me DI, my name is Diana. ". Yeeeesss, Father.

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    3. I heard someone refer to her as "Princess Di" and thought it was hilarious!!

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  14. Anon 12:24, where did Diane say that nuncio krebs said to go to Guamway. Could it be that Pius was referring to the past tense when Krebs was here.

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  15. Krebs was here in July. Guameay established on 8/7/14

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    1. Yeah, but where did Diane say that it was Krebs who said to go to Guamway.?

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  16. Another OOPS! OOPS! DIANA! She writes about the missionary priest...."Times have changed. We are living in an age where the Catholic layman is easily led astray by the false prophets of the world who offer fame, wealth, and the comforts of the world, which often become idols. Other false prophets come as wolves in sheep's clothing proclaiming the Word of God so that others might follow them." This sounds very much like her own Kiko Arguelles!!.

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  17. Another comment from Diana on the missionary priest..."The truth is that priests should get out of their comfortable little office and evangelize. They should set the example to their sheep so that the sheep can also go out to evangelize. The Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses are doing what we should have been doing." Then go the heck and follow them Diana! Or better yet, start your own! HEY! The NCW have Kiko Arguelles... just like the Mormons have their prophet Joseph Smith!

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    1. Princess Diana in her attempt to admonish priests to get out of their comfortable little office and evangelize shoots herself in the foot once again....

      Anonymous August 23, 2014 at 9:25 AM

      Diana, You were talking about going door to door and evangelizing. Not everyone is called to do this. Everyone has a different mission. Priests too, have different missions. All are called to evangelize. I'm not questioning that. But not all are called to go door to door.

      DianaAugust 23, 2014 at 9:44 AM

      Dear Anonymous at 9:25 a.m.,

      All priests are called to evangelize. Before Christ ascended into Heaven, He told HIs Apostles to go out and make disciples of all the nations baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The mission of the Church has always been to spread the Gospel to all peoples because Christ loved the world and desires all men to be saved. If they do not go out door to door, they can still evangelize in how they live. Mother Teresa, for example, was bringing Christ to the poor as she dedicated her life to serving the poor. That was how she evangelized. The Charismatic Catholics also evangelize through their music.

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    2. Diana finally realizes that there are more ways than one to evangelize and therefore shouldn't judge priests who don't go door-to-door as just sitting in their comfortable little offices.

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  18. Diana who ever, what ever, might he/she be, is the typical Kiko type of fruit we get on Guam, but also around the world.

    Since the traffic on this site has doubled in a little over a month, some of you, just might not have had the opportunity to consult the huge amount of testimonies, exposes and analysis, that have been contributed here.
    I will therefore take the time to underline something that has become a well established fact, regarding the Modus Operandi of the "mouthpieces" of the NCW overall, and of course here on the island.
    When confronted with any resistance, argument and/or controversy the Kiko kookoos almost always follow this pass:
    1) Deny, deny and deny.
    2) If you can longer deny in front of mounting evidences, then Deflect by either pointing at some other issue that has nothing to do with the problem at hand, or create a new controversy by basically accusing some other party of the ills that they denied existed in the first place
    3)When all fails, then attack, attack, attack.
    Which means basically shoot the messenger. Tim is quite used to this unfortunately, but also all the non Neo priests that have been defamed, attacked and maligned.
    Of course all the while, if people get offended by these gross lies and total deceit, and point it to you, then tell your neo followers that you are being persecuted, by these "evil people who are trying to destroy the Church" (Funny when you see how good a job the NCW does at destroying our Mother Church)
    You can look back over this past year, from the Illegal removal of Father Paul, to his slandering by our own Archbishop, to the more recent eviction of Monsignor Benevante, and of course the different Financial cover ups and harboring of sexual predators, this has been an unending litany of denial, lies and attacks on the messengers.

    While it appears that more and more people are starting to refuse buying in, on the cooked up explanations from our Archbishop and his minions, or the real powers in the shadows, pulling the strings of Apuron, that are Pius, and the Gennarinis with all their little helpers, we must admit that their technics are quite efficient.

    Indeed people have already forgotten about Father Wadeson and the Machiavelic hiding and false exit, with a final escape with the Gennarinis, for destination unknown (may be NJ or even Italy or Malta)
    These masquerades are indeed efficient, the deceit, the opacity is constant and relentless.
    The hiding in the shadows is always there.
    Why else would "Diana" hide, if "her" purpose was truth and love. When you read the garbage spewed by these people, you know this has nothing to do with Truth and Love, but all to do with the Evil destruction of our cherished Church.

    We cannot pretend we do not know.
    We have seen the Deny, Deflect and Attack of these evildoers, it is our duty to combat them.
    This is what Tim has been doing on this blog for over a year, and at great expanse to himself and his family.
    This is why we are reaching a Million views soon.

    Dear fellow Catholics, do not be deceived, refuse to be deflected from the real issues by false arguments, stick to the real problems at hand, and we shall with the help of God the Almighty, his son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, with all the Saints, the Angels and Mary the mother of God, send back these evil spirits to the shadows where they belong.
    Our faith shall prevail, and the false prophets created by this "Way" will be defeated.
    Study, become smarter, question, be better Catholics, and refuse to bow to these false missionaries who come poaching the lost souls within our own Church, within our own ranks to prey on the weak.
    Thou shall not pass!!!!


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    1. Very well said Frenchie!! The problem is that they seem to only listen to their NCW leaders to be obedient... so they refuse to study, become smarter and question this "neo way".

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  19. Thank you Ms. Frenchie well stated.

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  20. This is just TOO FUNNY not to share!! Check out Diana's response to the issue of the Filipino priests who were forced to join 'the way' or pack their bags...

    "As for the two Filipino priests, they were given a choice. If they really do not want to join the Way, they can always return to their home country. Now, why is it that they see returning to their home country and people as a torture?? Don't they want to see their people and families in their home country? Really? What is bad about going back to your country to see your people and family? Explain that to me."

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    1. That right there is a perfect example why any conversation with "Diana" is an exercise in futility.

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    2. 10:48 I would not use the word FUNNY. DiAnA's comment is too frightening for words. It is just plain stupid. Does DiAnA have memory problems too? Does DiAnA know ArChie will not be happy because ArChIe clearly stated to his boss that being in the Neo Way is NOT FORCED on Priests and Decons and the ones who expressed they felt subjected to force were mistaken.
      DiAnA not only has up and down mood swings and communication like ArChIe but also displays utter THOUGHTLESSNESS. If ArChIe said Neo Way is not forced on them how does discussing Priests choice of Neo or going back to their country come into the equation? What country or where does DiAnA think Chamorro priests come from and what country would they go to? I am so confused how "No Force" and "Go Home" are not related. Makes me wonder what alternative "choice" does she think ArChIe gives Chamorro Priests and Deacons or anyone who does not walk may I ask? What does ArChIE think he is doing when he does what he does by NOT enforcing the Neo Way or His Way? Answers appear to differ depending on mood swings. Sadly such Up AnD dOwN communication is too hard for me to understand. I get exhausted.

      Some say it is Lies Lies Lies but I really wonder about that. Because I believe their intention is to be good "Christian" Catholics.So could it be early warning signs of an illness? Or are Christian Catholics different from Roman Catholics in their talk AND their practice. Or does their different kind of practice spill over to their talk? Wondering how a good christian or Christ like person gives the benefit of the doubt in such circumstances.

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    3. 10:48 This stream of thinking is pure and simple SICK small minded thinking. It makes no sense whatsoever. No logic. No rationale. One can not even call childish. Because, children make more sense than this garble.

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  21. Her lack of comprehension on this issue along with several other comments she's made on other issues lead me to believe now that English is really Diana's second language along with her friend El Camino.

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  22. Yes, this is what she believes. It is sad. The archbishop "asked" these priests to accept "his way" and if they did not they would have only one year left to serve in the archdiocese. Diana doesn't see this as a threat. What is also sad is that she has neos who believe everything she says and never doubt anything she posts. They cannot think for themselves. That is sad too.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  23. And yet another HILARIOUS comment from Princess Di....

    "By the way, I am still waiting for the jungle to produce the confirmation flight of Father John since they accused us of hiding him in the Seminary. They have not yet produced that confirmation flight."

    Tim -- Please hurry up and provide it. ROTFLMAO!!

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    1. Hellllooo Tim....Diana's still waiting for the jungle to produce the confirmation flight of Father John because they're being accused of hiding him in the seminary. Was it the flight from Agana to Yona?

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    2. Tell Mr. Former Director to put "it" back before he gets caught.

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  24. "Describing the altar as the “point of convergence of all that happens in a church”, Bishop Jones wrote that “it is not correct historically to claim that in early Christian churches the altar was at the centre, nor should it be”.

    http://cathnews.co.nz/2014/08/22/chch-bishop-modernist-church-designs-havent-helped-liturgy/

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  25. Diana's blog makes for some very good entertainment. I find myself laughing out loud at some of the comments she's made. She reports that Archbishop Krebs called Jungle Watch a hate blog because she heard it from two people and that Father Pius said for people to read her blog instead. Heaven help them!!

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