Wednesday, June 24, 2015

PDN POLL ANALYSIS FROM JANET B.

A picture of a recent siting of Janet B over Guam
OMG! There is wailing and gnashing of teeth throughout the kiko world, especially at the Chancery. Expect frantic meetings on Wednesday and Thursday. Their poster boy bishop sell out just totally flopped by a world wide poll of “NO CONFIDENCE”!

Before my personal thoughts, I spoke to a neighbor of mine who is a UOG professor and familiar with polling. These are his thoughts:


If it is true that there are only about 500 active members of the NCW on Guam, and considering their demographics and communications network, he would assume that 67% to 75% of them voted on an issue as dear to them as a confidence vote of the Archbishop. (that’s just Tony to you and me) That means that about 350 locals voted for the Totally Confident option. Maybe another 150 or so voted from the general population, as the PDN polls don’t normally get a lot of votes from disinterested parties. So that means that 1500 votes for the Archbishop came from off-island, which is staggering since that is 3 times the confidence level of local voters. Because of the clear polarization of the Archbishop, we can see this displayed by the high numbers of people voting at either extreme. The 417 who voted middle ground are the majority of people who just wanted to vote, but have no specific interest in the issues surrounding the Church.

The “No Confidence” total of 2,687 votes, or 52% of the total votes, is very surprising. While it appears the Jungle Watch blog has quite a diverse following from many countries, statistics show that most of these followers are rather passive. You can safely assume that some foreign votes were cast in this category, but the amount would be rather small since those who oppose the Archbishop are mainly local residents. Foreign voters opposing the Archbishop with a No Confidence vote probably number less than 20%, or about 500 people. Therefore, the locals voicing absolute displeasure with the Archbishop number more than 2000 people. This is a shocking number when compared to the total votes cast.

It is a poll that should be further analyzed to see specific demographics, if such is available. But for certain, those with no confidence in the Archbishop have clearly made their feelings heard.


Now here’s my humble take.

First, it is shocking that the PDN would even dare to go to this length to poll such an issue. I give them credit for finally seeing through the lies and deception, and corruption that they have ignored or overlooked in the past. I hope it is a sign that the media will no longer give Tony a pass with fluff questions just because he is Archbishop. They have finally started to do their job to ask the hard questions.

Second, I am shocked that the PDN closed the poll so early. How bad would the numbers have been if allowed to carry on through the evening when local residents got home. All the stateside and European voters for the kikos had a chance to vote, but many locals missed the chance after dinner and evening TV.

Third, while the UOG pundit did not want to speculate after I asked him, I certainly will. Of the off-island voters, how many were from the Vatican? And how many of those had total confidence, as Tony wants us to believe in his response to the Toto parishioners. And how many secretly voted their conscience for the first and best choice (NO CONFIDENCE!) You can be sure there were many of these from the fearful who know the truth in Rome.

So the real question remains: when will Rome finally get off the fence and make a decision to bring in a true shepherd? We hope this poll prods them in the right direction!

Finally, the PDN is to be commended for finally facing the glaring issue that is ruining the Church on Guam, and the fabric of our culture and society. For too long they have failed to ask the follow on questions when lied to by Tony, Adrian, David the Vicar General and others. It is now time to follow up this poll with a long series of investigative reports on issues the people are gravely concerned with.

1.      Why did Tony give $40 Million of Guam assets to a foreign controlled group?

2.      What is the status of Fr Luis?

3.      Why do we have so many seminarians at RMS and only the need for a few?

4.      Why are local vocations being turned away?

5.      What happened to the statue of our Lady of Guadalupe in Santa Rita?

6.      Where are all the AAA donations really going?

There is a long list of other questions that a good reporter can ask.

Let’s hope they finally start asking the really tough questions. More importantly, let’s hope they stop accepting the lies they have been accepting in the past.

Thank you PDN for your bold survey. Keep it up!

Janet B - Mangilao

16 comments:

  1. Glad to be back in Holy Mother ChurchJune 24, 2015 at 7:28 AM

    I like your thoughts Janet. Speaking from experience there is much a reporter could write about if he/she wanted.

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  2. Janet B - MangilaoJune 24, 2015 at 9:55 AM

    Tim, thanks for the chuckle. My grandchildren are having a field day now calling me Wonder-granny! LOL!

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  3. Fr. Matthew BlockleyJune 24, 2015 at 11:56 AM


    Thankyou Tim for providing readers with an overall commentary on the poll. Reality is now vast majority of Guam Catholics have had enough. Sickened to death by the behavior of this man. We must all join together in stronger voice and action to ask the Holy Father to remove a man who is clearly unfit to Shepherd any catholic Archdiocese. He has divided an entire archdiocese, wrecked havoc in people's lives, destroyed priests and people, and frankly is an utter disgrace to the life and mission of our beloved Church. There will never be peace on Guam or the region while he remains.

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  4. another question that needs an answer is why there are only two seminarians at John Paul 2. It would be interesting to find out why three seminarians dropped out? The John Paul 2 Seminary was built to cover an lie. These seminarians are formed by Neo instructors, what do you think the product is going to be? The three seminarians were smart to leave. The only way to be formed as a Diocesan clergy is to attend a Diocesan seminary. The John Paul 2 is a rouse.

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  5. I'd love to see the entire catholic community given the opportunity to cast a vote of confidence or no confidence at each parish (unbiased of course). The true numbers would be nice to see. Of course Adriana would balk at that idea since he stated in his homily that the "church is NOT a democracy!"

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  6. Even if we accept the poll results as is, the glaring undisputable result is that THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ON GUAM IS DIVIDED! What happened to the ONE Holy Catholic Church? We are not one now.

    Rome, when will you act?

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  7. Thank you Janet for this comprehensive expose.
    To anon at 2.45 look at the Bias in what I had already found out, almost a year ago.

    This survey has helped us understand how Pius ( and through him Genarinni, and their bosses) have consistently used smoke and mirrors to justify their false discourse.
    It just confirms what I had found last year, with another eye opening "survey" the initiative by a local Catholic (I believe it was Chuck) to have a petition signed and delivered to the Head of the Discalded Carmelites, for the removal of Pius the Samnut from the Archdiocese of Guam.

    If you recall this petition was rejected, and the main argument was that the petition had garnered only slightly 400 signatures for the removal of Pius, and over 1000 signatures for his remaining here.
    I had decided on my own, to print the list of all the signatories of the pro Pius petition, which in this case was public (a rare occasion) and study who indeed had participated in the said petition.
    At first my study found that we had slightly over 600 persons who had signed for Pius and identified themselves as from Guam.
    The rest of the pro Pius were from Hawaii, California, Colorado, with a sprinkling from New Jersey and Texas, for the USA. The vast majority were from Malta, and Italy with a sprinkling from Poland, Spain and South and Central America.
    This was a breakthrough since It could be shown that a large part of the participants had nothing to do with Guam.
    On the other side it was disheartening to find that there was still more Guamenians pro Pius than anti.
    So I continued peeling the fruit back, (wink, wink) since with NCW it is important to look at the fruits produced.....
    What jumped at me right away, was the fact that most of the Pro Pius were from the Basilica, St Antony, and the Santa Bernadita Chapel in Agafa Gumas.
    By looking more in details, I found that Pius had everybody sign for him at the Chancery, and the Seminary, plus all the NCW priests and the families walking the way, from Mom and Dad to all the Children. (thank you by the way for the complete list of Kiko supporters)
    Finally and that was the cherry on the cake, it became obvious that the Agafa Gumas Chapel had the most people signing for Pius and that most of these claiming to be from there had strangely names of Maltese origins (including a big part of Pius' clan) , and that many had already signed at the basilica and/or other parishes.
    (double and triple dipping)
    Like with the PDN survey, Pius had used deceit, to portray a false picture.
    It is in a way a resume of the whole story of the NCW trail of deceits, and lies, to pretend that they are "saving" the souls of countless lapsed Catholics, it is all smoke and mirror.

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    1. Pius is the Neo leader on Guam, and Anthony, Adrian, David are his main Neo puppets. This whole mess has Pius' signature and MO. He's laughing at us as we speak.

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    2. tim, i would love if you would please highlight this post if you can, at least to show (yet again) the level of deceit of the whole neo movement and their workings on our small island--as well to bring attention again to the need to remove pius from here altogether, in spite of his own order's refusal to take him back or truthfully investigate his activities here. frenchie seems so spot on. i wish he would reveal more of his findings.

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    3. Hello anon at 2.02. I believe the entire results were posted here on the jungle. With the details by Parrish for Guam and the details by country and state of origin. It would take some looking but it is available here in the jungle under the debates related to that petition .
      P.S: I also forwarded the results to the Carmelites, the nuncio and several bishops in the Pacific Region

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    4. I will repost it soon

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    5. 2:02. Okay. Will do soon.

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    6. I will be doing his letter to Pius' superior as a separate post soon. For now, here's a link to the PDF copy. Frenchie, I did some editing as per our email exchange awhile back. Tim

      https://www.scribd.com/doc/269641611/Frenchie-to-Carmelite-Superior

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    7. Thank you Tim,
      Suffice to say, that while I received answers from several of the Bishops, I have yet to receive a thank you note from the Carmelite Superior. Which would be the least a polite disagreement required.

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  8. taking any survey about our Church online will be unfair to the Catholic as a whole due to such as those without access to a computer especially to our manamkos.

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