Sunday, January 18, 2015

MANILA ENVELOPE

Interesting. A "Manila envelope" delivered to nunciature...in Manila.

18 comments:

  1. Final meeting of Triple A with the Three Wise Men on the morning of the 9th must not have been very encouraging. So Triple A gets BUSY, BUSY, BUSY, rounding his mentors to get Plan B.C, D and E in place. Apparently Plan A did not work, meaning all the NEOs who saw the Three Wise Men couldn't be all that convincing. Probably only gave testimonies and then gave their full support of Triple A.

    Plan A: Met with Pope and told Pope about problems he is encountering ( his version). So Pope send Delegation to Guam to investigate. NCW members had top priorities to see Three Wise Men. Three Wise Men have names of those who have written letters who were either pro or con. Triple A didn't make connection that some people may be called in other than NEOs on list. Probably a listing of their own.

    Plan B: Final meeting with Three Wise Men didn't pan out as expected. Triple A gets busy with NCW head hunchos and takes the opportunity to carry out his last mission to speak to Pope in Manila. The invitation he received from the CBCB, CBBC or whatever it is called in Manila was perfect for him.

    Plan C: Triple A is unable to see the Pope, so he hand carries a written report and his intentions to sue for defamation or what ever.

    Plan D: Triple A returns, gets his attorney and plan the defamation suit. Defamation suit is filed and Guam goes on National TV. this would be a whopper!

    Plan E: There is no plan E. Triple A will see the real destruction that will eventually blow up within the Church an within the family system.

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  2. Resignation letter. Hand delivered.

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    1. Now that would be the truly correct way to end this fiasco & maybe somehow saves his very soul?...

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  3. John C. "Typhoon Toves"January 18, 2015 at 10:00 AM

    Let's Get Our Churches Back!!!
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    Gooood Moooorning Guam!

    Attorney Jacqueline Terlaje, would you please advise your client, the Archbishop, to SUE MY ASS already!!! Because he ain't gonna get it any other way! This is getting way boring.

    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008904751767

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  4. John C. "Typhoon Toves"January 18, 2015 at 10:07 AM

    BTW Edi, don't forget to pack your bags, your all expense paid trip allllll arouuuund the world is gonna hit tonite. (yawn, shoot, still need to pick up toilette paper.)

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    1. A one-way ticket too...

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  5. If what's inside the envelope are the lawsuits that Archbishop has been threatening for days and weeks, then wonderful! Our Holy Father will see Archbishop for who he really is! Not a shepherd protecting, caring, and loving his flock, but a shepherd who is out to cause harm and damage to them.

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    1. Claire, some NCW members are hoping that the content of the Manila envelope is a list of names called excommunication referrals!

      Not a member of NCW! Just someone who has heard the whispers!

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    2. This is going to end soon. Worried your names are on it? I'm certain, it is what it is, Manuel Ayuyu and George probably convince them to turn those names in. We shall see, the head will be cut off soon. Stay tune.

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    3. Anyone speaking about excommunication has no clue about what they are talking about. Legitimate criticism of the Catholic hierarchy is not an excommunicatable offense. In our case, it is not only legitimate criticism, it is documentable. In fact, the only person liable for excommunication or at least a severe interdict is AAA himself since he publicly, blatantly, and arrogantly thumbs his nose at legitimate Catholic authority.

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    4. Didn't you wish (posted here) that he would fall ill or incarnate evil? Yes or no?

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    5. Goodness your English is bad. No. But plenty of people have wished that on me.

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    6. Many people love you also but answer the question. Yes or NO?

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    7. I did. See above. It says No. In fact, I don't want him to fall ill. I want him to stay in office as long as possible so that Rome can see the destruction brought by the Neocatechumenal Way when it has full control of a diocese as it does here. I want them to see it to understand the sheer destruction of the church Kiko and Carmen have brought to it. They are the literal abomination in the temple and Apuron is their chief priest. However, now that he has been passed over for the red hat, he may be rethinking his subservient devotion to them. He has no reason to stick around anymore. Kiko and Carmen have failed him. And failed him big.

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    8. Maybe this is what you are referring to. But due to your lack of language skills you completely miss the significance of the "either/or".

      "We can only hope, if we are to give charity a chance, that Archbishop Apuron is severely ill and must be immediately removed. Because if this is not the case, then we have a bishop who is evil incarnate, and he wouldn't be the first one. "

      http://www.junglewatch.info/2014/08/what-sort-of-bishop.html#comment-form

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    9. Wait a second. Did I hear someone say lawsuit? Did I? Oh, well, could be hearing things. Hmmmm could have sworn I hear LAWSUIT. Never mind. bye

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  6. Why do these neos throw excommunication in people's faces? Do they even know what the word means? Establish your Iglesia ni Neo and you can excommunicate all you want. You guys are pathetic!
    And by the way, I heard Gabriel Camacho's "homily" on the other post. You are absolutely right Gabriel! Jesus loves me just the way I am and I AM NOT NEO! And yes, I have that joy, joy, joy down in my heart!!! Why? Because, as Pope Francis said, despite all the trials and difficulties in life, Christ goes before me. I don't need to reserve a seat on the self-pity train to be saved.

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