Sunday, January 18, 2015

HE WAS THERE TO SEE THE FILIPINOS...NOT YOU...AGAIN!

Another box of chocolates. 

Let's look closer. It appears the man in the dark suit behind what appears to be Edi is blocking someone whose hand is outstretched. In order for Edi to get that close to the pope (if it's him) he had to have been with Apuron who would have had access and could have petitioned security to let him through. What a shame though. The pope goes to the Philippines to be amongst the poorest of the poor and all these clowns can do is plot how they can get a photo-op. What a bunch of freaks. And they want US to join their "invitation to joy"? Why? So we can be a bunch of self-obsessed imbeciles like them? 


29 comments:

  1. A box of chocolate? Not from Edi, he handed the Pope an autographed photo of himself taken in Korea selfie style.

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  2. What about Junee? How come you not bringing him into this? He was there too Tim.

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    1. 7:32, Hey Stupid!

      Junee is not involved because he went to see the Holy Father, not for the evil motives of the neocancers.

      He has been through a lot of hardships because of apuron. And he IS Filipino in his native country. So if anyone deserves an opportunity to see the Pope from those 2 Shams of a Seminary, it would be Junee. Leave him out of it, walanghiya ka!

      How dumb can you people get? ??

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    2. Short story, in short:
      Rich man owns small condo…
      Poor man owns 1 hectare of farm land…
      Rich man whines & groans that poor man has more than him.

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  3. I hope you have the written permission of the Pope and Rev. Fr. Edivaldo to post this totally EMBARASSING foto. Hey, Chalan Pago, proud of your Pastor?

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    1. Careful, they might threaten to sue. Again. So they say. They say alot of things they want to do, before thinking how stupid it makes them look. But that's what they are all about. (yawn) No wonder their communities are dwindling. C'mon neos, get with the program. Everyone is bored out of their minds listening to the same sob stories. We've heard them all before. By the way, did you know that your current members are creating gossip from those testimonies? That's why I'd rather tell a professional counselor my "personal" issues.

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    2. So true 11:49AM...even behind closed doors, their life story leaks left and right. what testimony can someone give and hopes it remains in the community...nada!

      This is such a small island that even the non-neos know the testimonios of Mafatdo, Simplicado, Chatpuyido, and so forth. Why do you suppose some of us know what happens at their Easter Celebrations during their baptisimal ceremonies, or their conviviences? Because some personado in the cummunicado knows how to gossipido. No lay personado in the communicado is marked with the seal of confessionado unless you have unless you personally give your testimonios under the seal of confession to Edivaldo or Haraldo!

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  4. Junee there with other seminarians from JPIi the Great ...not in the Popes face!

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  5. Have you guys heard the story going around about what the former AFC members presented to the Three Wise Men after their presentation? I heard that they first announced that chocolates are not indigenous to Guam's Chamorro history! And they then presented local Guam delicacies as the authentic and genuine stuff. I heard everyone busted out laughing and that the Nuncio was heard stating above the laughter that he heard that information just that day! Then Archbishop Hon exclaimed that he will certainly pass on that information to the Holy Father, or better yet, he will give the Holy Father the gifts! There was more laughter and they were so loud that even the lady downstairs checking everyone in was saying afterwards that she could hear all the ruckus. She thought there was a party going on! Is this true? Does anyone know what those delicacies were?

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    1. Notice the similarities between the information and the delicacies given by each group?
      The chocolate givers: deceptive & deceitful
      AFC members: authentic and genuine

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    2. Maybe the former AFC members gave them Aguayente (boot legging liquior made from Tuba) and some pugua and pupulu. Just kidding. Some people just know how to entertain guests and bring out the best in them. Apparently the former AFC knew how to break the monotony of the visit. LAUGHTER IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL!

      Whatever was said in the meeting must have been very entertaining for the Three Wise Men. If this was the only meeting that brought much laughter, then it must have been very enlightening.

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  6. Look closely. Seems Holy Father is reading something . Edivaldo looks like he is anxiously waiting for reply. He is hanging on to wait for reply.

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    1. Probably one last plea to meet with the Holy Father...

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    2. View AAA and Edivaldo at RTVMalacanang -youtube, "Visit to UST, jan 18" check around 2:20:00 of the video...

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  7. I guess Edivaldo can't make up his mind which kiko he wants to listen to and follow.

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    1. Edivaldo, like all the other Neos, will do anything and everything that they think will further their cause. Of course they will grovel in front of the Pope but in reality their leader is Kiko, the supreme Neo leader who is positioning his minions to take over the Catholic Church.

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    2. The picture shows that he is not a pastor - or else he'd be home with their parish - but a kiko operative. He's not trying to get an autograph or even attempting to give a gift. He is trying to get a message to the pope, more than likely another invitation to come to Guam, as Apuron knows, that's probably the only thing that can save him now.

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    3. Well Tim, you are right! According to the ABS news in Manila, this trip ends the Pope's Asian tour. Better luck next time Triple A.

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    4. My prediction he is pushing for your EXCOMMUNICATION. Is going to be real. Canon Lawyers behind this. You bastards will be ordain trolls, you ask for it. Old man George.

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    5. Omg here we go again excommunication. Remind you only several things a person can do to incur excommunication. Doubt anyone in Junglewatch partakes in anything that leads to self excommunication.

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    6. Excommunication? Whatever already....blah, blah, blah! Are you trying to instill fear? You culthalics love that word. Yes, I used the word "cult". I have always thought of the NEO to be that and divisive from the first time I heard about them years ago. Oh, let's not forget, JUDGEMENTAL! I still haven't changed my opinion about them. They are just reinforcing it! As "diana" likes to ask, "where's your proof?" Sometimes instinct is better than evidence. Better to be chatholic than a culthalic. At your Invitation to Joy, I hope you tell the people that show up, "Oh yeah, by the way, you need to know how to do laundry, because communities are expected to do the NCW seminarians' laundry." It's supposed to teach the NCW seminarians humility. I say, the NCW seminarians should do the the community's laundry to teach THEM humility and SERVICE. Also, don't forget to tell the people to have deep pockets to fund the NCW seminarians trips. One more thing, Apuron isn't looking and wanting obedience, he wants subjugation as if he's royalty. I don't remember ever taking a vow of obedience to him. Anyway, why is the NEO so obsessed with obedience to Apuron? Isn't he not an archbishop in the NEO, but a "brother...Brother Tony"? So, let him lay in the bed that he made. Who can be obedient to someone who lies? When the trust is gone, so goes the obedience. By the way, what's with all the name calling? Who are you calling a troll? YOU should look in the mirror. Another favorite word from the amazon blog, "you". Makes shim feel superior to commentators that don't agree with or challenge her.

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  8. What we don't see is the poor old lady that Edi pushed to the ground to get that close to the Pope! Pathetic.

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  9. God bless Pope Francis and the Filipino people! Faith can move mountains, what more the faith of millions of people working to lift up the poor and enjoy good governance.

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  10. Blow photo up....yes Holy Father reading flat paper...good job EDI.... Make him Chancellor. Adrian out you go!! Limp back to your parish. Useless. Look what Edivaldo does for triple A. Cant wait to see him as spokesman with his arms crossed ,looking down his nose at all those EVIL media people. That bully would have taken care are typhoon john toves.

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    1. This would be an interesting scenario to play out -- where would Adrian go if he were to suddenly find him out of AAA's favor? Where oh where, indeed?

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    2. Oh my, will Edivaldo or Haraldo be taking his place as Chancellor? Which one will be Adrian Crystal no Balls successor? Will it be Edi- I'll do or Hari-I'll do?

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  11. I do wish the Filipinos could come could up with another name for Pope Francis. Lolo Kiko is just unnerving under the present circumstances. "Lolo" is the local word for grandfather and "Kiko" is a Filipino nickname for Francisco.

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