Tuesday, March 3, 2015

WHAT ABOUT THE "NEW" AFC?

As we know, Archbishop Apuron terminated the four members of the AFC who opposed his desire to convey the title of the old Accion Hotel property to RMS. Unbeknownst to them at the time they were terminated (January 2012), Archbishop Apuron had cleverly found a way to give RMS control of the property forever (November 2011).

Because the transaction involved an archdiocesan asset over 2 million dollars, Archbishop Apuron was required to get the approval of the AFC. Not getting that approval he fired them and did what he wanted to do anyway. 

But then he replaced the four fired members with four new members: Danny Quichocho, Sonny Ada, John Weisenberger, and Marilyn Megofna. 

As far as I know, these are professional people with good reputations and I assume they would like to keep those reputations. However, they now know that they were used to cover for the Archbishop's 40 million dollar property heist.

One would assume that they probably called the Archbishop to account on this as soon as they learned of the Deed Restriction which gave RMS control of the property in perpetuity. However, we have heard nothing, so we have to question. 

On a related note, due to the value of the property the deed restriction also required an okay from the Vatican. Archbishop Apuron skipped that one too. He thought he'd get away with it by maintaining that he remained the title holder. But it doesn't matter if he's the title holder if he has deeded away control of the property, and in this case he deeded it away forever.


And Rome knows this.

So what is Archbishop Apuron to do?
For many months the ding dongs at the other blog have been giving us a clue by telling us that the donor of the two million bucks used to purchase the property intended that it be used for the Neocatechumenal Way. They need to say this to prop up what the Archbishop knows he needs to concoct. 

And here it is:

We happen to know that no mention of the Neocatechumenal Way or Redemptoris Mater Seminary or the Blessed Diego Institute was made by the donor, only the words "seminary of the Archdiocese of Agana." And of course this was the lie that we were told for 15 years. We really thought that it was a diocesan seminary which would train diocesan priests, not just priests "according to the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way" as its Articles of Incorporation state.

But now the Archbishop is caught in a real Catch 22. In order for him not to get in trouble with Rome, he has to try to get the donor to say that he/she gave the money not for the purpose of a seminary for the Archdiocese of Agana, but specifically for the Redemptoris Mater Seminary which is a NCW entity. 

If he succeeds in concocting this, then he will automatically incriminate himself as such a statement would verify that he has lied to us for 15 years about the real purpose of the seminary. 

Time to retire, Archbishop. Seriously. Take the "envelopee" with the "cashee" and go. (Wink)

P.S. Take Pius. He got you into this mess. BTW, he needs to be more careful with his letters, especially the ones you supposedly write. Peace. 


28 comments:

  1. All Hail Zoltan!!!

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  2. So did " Triple A" write the letter himself hoping the donors will sign on the dotted line? Maybe his advisors did!

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  3. So ....John Weisenberger, Marilyn Megofna, Sonny Ada, and
    Danny Quichocho...what really happened? Or what were you told happened? Your silence as members of the "new. improved" finance council is deafening!

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  4. Anon 9:51pm...Danny and Sonny must not question. They must listen and obey...I don't know about the other two..

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  5. Can you, new AFC members, go to sleep peacefully at night? In good conscience, can you really admit that you have been given the TRUTH?

    When all is said and done, your silence, your cooperation and enablement of the lies, the deceit and fabrications from the hierarchy at the Chancery is what you will have to struggle to answer to our God and Creator to.

    HE IS Merciful yes, but He is also All-knowing. Most of all, He IS an All-just God. Get out from that predicament of being on the wrong side of this spiritual battle, initiated from within our local Catholic Church!

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  6. Famous letter filed in Vatican city!

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  7. Time to retire to save face.

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  8. Caught again in lies.

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  9. Come to think of it Tim, why haven't we heard from them? Obviously they agree and condone the archbishop's decision to release all that trash in our catholic paper. By the way I don't read that any more. Not even my whole family. We use to advertise our company but we stopped. I refuse to use my family money to print TRASH! Aren't they suppose to print the Word of God? We should all stop advertising in the paper. Whey even pick up a copy. Leave them in the church and send them a message. Tell all our local advertiser to stop supporting this neo news paper. Let us boycott Ada's Trust while at it. If we can't trust the members of the Finance council to handle our church money by siding with archbishop's foolish decisions, then time to boycott Ada's Trust and all their companies. Of course they are all in it. Look at Sonny Ada and that obnoxious Danny Quichocho. They are both neos. I thought the old man Pete Ada (Sonny's father) would by now tell Sonny to bail out while the ship is sinking. I guess I was wrong about their business principal. I can't see John Weisenberger the same way anymore. I use to respect him. Not anymore. I guess every person including John can be bought by the Archbishop including Marily Megofna. He father will never allow her daughter to get involved in this mess. Are they all neo's? I guess so...They all approved the Yona seminary story printed in the lies that Adrian wrote. If not they would have made a written statement by now distancing themselves. Looks like we have others to boycott to.

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    1. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaMarch 4, 2015 at 9:19 AM

      Anonymous (March 3, 2015 a 11:55 PM), while I agree with your comment I think that John Weisenberger is truly caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. There is a strong possibility that John Weisenberger is torn between being true to his principles and loyalty to his wife who is AAA's secretary. I feel for him and pray that he will do what he knows in the deepest recesses of his heart is the right and moral thing to do — document in writing his opposition to AAA's misdeed(s) and resign from the AFC.

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    2. I was also puzzled over John and Lisa since they are respected members of our community. I believe in their hearts they will know what to do and will follow principle. My advise to John and Lisa is to simply follow their heart. If they believe Archbishop is acting with integrity stay with him support him. But if in your deepest heart you have doubts best to resign and leave now in principle. After the ship is sunk it may not be so easy to regain the trust of the new bishop and clergy. Eyes are watching every chancery employee these days.

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  10. nice picture of the bishop !!

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  11. Yes nice picture! The more lies the taller the mitre grows!

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  12. Disappointed with John Weisenberger & very much w/Marilyn Megofna (she use to help at the Friary).

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    1. Let's withhold judgement. We don't know that they have not been trying to rectify the situation. Given how AAA has treated others who have tried to reason with him, we can assume that he is treating these two (especially since they are not neos) no different. Let us hope that they are doing their utmost to rectify the situation. It will be up to them when they feel that all is lost and then resign. We do hope however that someone will update us soon on what is going on as the silence will continue to imply support for the archbishop's decision...or his desire to hide it.

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  13. Local neo donate mind your business. We know who. We say thiz before. Wax in your ears. Something in your nose too.

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    1. Ya'll have fun with the translation on this one. Since Apuron won't publish the curriculum at BDI, we'll have to assume this is the product.

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    2. Okay boy, now go back and play in your sandbox. Check for dog doo doo before you step in. BTW, does your mama Diana know you've been playing in the jungle? Ay boy, hope you don't get a spanking. Adios!

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    3. YOU GO SCHOOL... YOU LEARN SPEECH... YOU NO CRY.... LOL WHAT HAPPENED DID APURON SCREW YOU TO? LOL

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  14. HEY TIM IT SEEMS THAT WE ARE STILL TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPEN TO THAT HOTEL AND HOW THE TRANSACTION WAS MADE, WE CAN BE SEEING IT ONE WAY, BUT IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THEY COULD BE PLAYING US TO THINK SO THAT IT WAS GIVEN BY ARCHBISHOP? BUT REALLY THE RMS MADE THE PURCHASE AND INCLUDED AAA TO MAKE IT SEEM LIKE AAA HANDED IT OVER SO NO TRACKS NO FIND RIGHT? JUST ASKING BECAUSE IF THEY ARE NOT COMING OUT ABOUT THIS AND WE ARE STILL TRYING TO FIND THE ANSWER, THEN THEY HAVENT BEEN CAUGHT IN THE ACT JUST YET WE NEED TO PUSH HARDER WE ARE CLOSE, BUT WE DON'T WANT CLOSE. I BELIEVE IT JUST MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED THAT WAY. IDK. POSSIBILITIES.

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  15. Btw, where the heck is dennis santo tomas? hmmmm. ..he been way too quiet...

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    1. He is gone...relocated

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    2. He's undercover, gathering intelligence for his Neo masters.

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    3. Santo Tomas has gone in The Woodlands, Texas, where he started a consulting defense and logistic company for the greater Pacific Area.
      He is getting retirement from the National guard as a colonel as well as a disability from the defense department.
      The company was started in December 2014 and he still is listed as the head of the Catholic cemeteries here since August 2014.
      He has extensive connection in the contractors business (defense logistic) and probably, he is using these connections to make a good amount of money.
      He also held responsibilities with DHS, Customs and did some training for GPD .
      The man is considered like a security trouble shooter by the Neos in Jersey, where he comes highly recommended by Pius. (he has been spotted in Jersey in the company of Gennarini and some other local "Italian" leader.
      When you add to this the large amounts of cash floating between the Pacific, Jersey and the Caraibeans, you can see some of the veils being lifted here, as was demonstrated a few weeks back by Chuck and Tim.
      Doing more checking on this character, with a lot of dubious and nefarious relationships.
      Basically I believe we will only see him here, when they need to circle the wagons or try to impress people Physically. (remember the December fiasco). It looks like he is way too busy keeping things fuzzy for the Neos, in the Lower 48s and helping in the logistic of the Gennarinis money movements worldwide.
      God only knows a far that goes, with the local connections he made in Djibouti, Irak and the Afghanistan/Pakistan area.
      In the meantime we have our own fish to fry.
      St Michael defend us in battle.....

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  16. thought he was part of the new admin at Pigo? Isn't his son at RMS? Wow maybe he's the first to wake up and smell the kaka that 0the rest are stepping on.

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  17. No he is not "wake up" Supposed to be starting a business in texas. I know of some other kikobots who have headed that way. Perhaps they are trying to do in Texas what they have done here? Archdiocese of Dallas are you listening?

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    1. Dear Anon at 2.29, please refer to my previous comment on Mr. Santo Tomas.
      To clarify The Woodlands Texas is an affluent suburb of Houston Texas.
      As Such the appropriate Archdiocese would be Galveston-Houston (archdiocese since 2004)
      The Archbishop there is the only Cardinal of the Southern States, and quite conservative.
      He was coadjucator prior to this until the retirement of his predecessor (retirement age), and was in Sioux City before that.
      Looks more like a proximity to large contractors of the DOD rather than a "mission" in Texas. But keep your ears and eyes opened.

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  18. I heard he took his family to do missionary work in Texas.

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