Saturday, July 25, 2015

EXPOSING THE KIKO-BEAST IN OUR MIDST


Chuck White is being very accommodating in only suggesting that this "professor" is an "academic hack". The "professor" is not here to teach at the University of Guam. He is here to do the same thing his kiko-beast-presbyter counterparts are here to do: destroy the Catholic faith from within and replace it with Kiko's heretical theology. 

And due to Apuron, Guam just happens to be the most hospitable place in the world for this disease to fester.

The "professor" and his kiko-beast-presbyter counterparts, like the good alinsky-ites that they are, do this subtly at first under the guise of appearing to be credible and normal. Thus the disguise as a university and RMS professor. But the "professor" is really a kiko-beast-missionary. And one doesn't have to look very deep to discover Kiko's rotten agenda.

Once again, Chuck scratches through the thin disguise of the kiko-beast in our midst.

ACADEMIC HACK

by Chuck White

29 comments:

  1. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 25, 2015 at 7:16 AM

    David Atienza, PHD
    PHD = Professor Huge Dope

    Thanks once again Chuck for exposing the idiocy our Kiki-presbyters are subjected to for 5+ years of de-formation at RMS Yona.

    This whole mess is such a nightmare I almost wish I could just go back to ignorant bliss. But alas, I am comforted with the truth because I know for certain that the truth will prevail. And I am also certain that those who reveal the truth will not give up until the truth finally conquers the evil.

    More and more people are being exposed to the truth, and more and more people are starting to speak the truth. Join us all, be demanders of truth. That will finally rid us of this evil cult that has infected our island home.

    For all good neos (as compared to kilos like Atienza) you need to demand change in your organization or it will not survive. Haven't you seen enough to be outraged at your leaders.

    I pray for you. As your leaders love to say- have courage. So it is finally time to display true courage and make your voices heard from within or risk losing Your Way.

    Prayers!

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  2. What disturbs me about this professor's article are outright lies he has printed about the closing of the casket at a Chamorro funeral. The UOG anthropology dept includes the article title on their bio of this "professor." Has anyone with knowledge of Chamorro history at UOG (say, Pres. Robert Underwood) read this article? I could not read the entire article as I'd have to purchase it to do so. This kind of academic misrepresentation of Guam funeral practices should not be allowed. I will email Pres. Underwood about this.
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    1. And please write about it in your column

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  3. And Rlene Steffy has him as one of her 'experts' in her TV series on Guam history!

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    1. What??? Are the sponsors, Pedro Roberto Pangelinan & Rosalia Gogue Pangelinan, of Steffy's production aware of Atienza being portrayed as an expert in Guam history?

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  4. As I mention in my post, the timing of the closing of a casket at a typical funeral in Guam may seem inconsequential, but it's probably the easiest "fact" to verify if one is writing an article entitled "Death Rituals and Identity in Contemporary Guam" for a peer-reviewed journal. And if the author neglected to check the truthfulness of his simplest assertions, we shouldn't automatically assume that his other assertions are correct. And in this case, he goes on to say some terrible things about Chamorro beliefs. By the way, the professor said some of the same things at a Round Table on Suicide in Guam and Micronesia, held at the Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores Catholic Theological Institute for Oceania in November 2010.

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    1. As a Chamorro who has had funerals for both my parents, it is not inconsequential to me that he had it wrong about when the casket is closed. He has neglected to verify a very simple fact. All he had to do was attend a viewing and funeral Mass. Why did he not do this? He could have asked Chamorros themselves about this practice. He didn't do this either. He made this up and for what purpose? He obviously did not have any colleagues at UOG to read his "research" article before he sent it for publication. I also wonder at this journal's credentials in publishing an article with such blatant errors. I agree that his errors make his entire article suspect. It also makes his other " research" about Guam (if he has any) suspect. And as a faculty member at UOG, he puts the entire university in a bad light.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    2. what are the consequences of asserting something that's so easily verifiably incorrect in a paper published in a peer-reviewed journal? 1) it's damaging to the reputation of the journal; 2) it reflects badly on the university; 3) it reflects badly on the scholar and will probably damage his/her career.

      we know neocats are taught to place the ncw above their work and even above their family obligations. so #3 is probably no big deal to atienza. but i doubt #1 and #2 are no-big-deals to the journal and to uog.

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    3. It's not a big deal if no one makes it a big deal. Write Robert Underwood

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  5. The only thing missing from this photo are his horns, tail and his vector! lol

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  6. I suggest that CCOG issues an invitation to a forum to defend his as serrations. How dare him inject his own interpretations of our funeral rituals. He further purports that we believe that praying the rosary for the deceased guarantees heaven. I would like for him to provide the evidence. How dare him misinterpreted our actions. Attendza, we demand the truth

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    1. May I recommend that it would be far more effective to write a letter to his Chamorro employer, Robert Underwood, President of the University of Guam.

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    2. Maybe someone can ask Ann Hatorie or Father Fran Hezel, just to compare notes.

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    3. I did write to Dr. Underwood. He did not acknowledge receipt of the email. I will also contact "The Journal of Pacific History" about his bogus assertions.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  7. Janet B -MangilaoJuly 25, 2015 at 8:28 PM

    Professor Huge Dope (PHD) Atienza is a wolf in sheeps clothing. He intends to misled through misinformation, in order to lead the people to the wrong "Way". Beware this heretic for he has no concern for your soul but for the soul of the tarnished kiko.

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  8. This Nutty Professor's book is filled with NEO propaganda earmarked for the NEO cult. Reminds of another NEO book where the author describes himself as being a giant. These so-called professionals at their field should be journalists for the National Enquirer IMO.

    It is evident that the Nutty Professor has never once attended a Catholic funeral in a Catholic Church on the island based on his writings. Makes me wonder what a NEO funeral looks like. Wrap the deceased in sackcloth and put them in a cave? Cremation? Dancing and clapping around the deceased singing Kiko songs? Never mind that. I would rather say the Rosary and ask the Mother of God to intercede for us than to put my Faith in a man named Kiko.

    James T.

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    1. Neo funerals consists of scripture reading throughout the viewing. This makes it awkward for people who want to pay their respect to go up to the coffin or even give our condolences to family members.

      Some funeral masses go all out with their regular Kiko songs especially the song "Take Me To Heaven". Their funeral service is not a time for mourning, but a time for rejoicing.
      Never went to an interment for a Neocatechumenal, but heard that there is clapping and dancing around the casket.

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    2. Awkward. The only one that has a tear in their eye at these funerals is probably Kiko and that's just from hearing his songs being played. Clap, clap!

      James T.

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    3. Anonymous 12:11 p.m. Probably Kiko has tears in his eyes because he can no longer get money, jewels, property, etc. from the deceased.

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    4. Let's talk a bit more about our habit to pray for the dead here on Guam. Atienza, our academic hack and Neocatechumenal missionary, makes outrageous claims about Chamorro beliefs and then fails to back them up with any evidence, polls, studies, or references to the work of others.

      I personally am convinced that we follow Catholic teaching here with respect to praying for the dead. We pray for a deceased person even if we suspect that he's a "recalcitrant murder" (Atienza's phrase) because we simply don't know whether he repented at the very last second - only God knows. And to not pray for his soul would be...wait for it....judging that person. Not only that, but we pray with hope, and hope is a virtue, so our prayer for the dead is a virtuous prayer.

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  9. Tim Rohr....... Chuck White...... Are you Chamorro...???????

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    1. LOL. Who do you think has been giving me all the intel? LOL.

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    2. Is Pius??? Are the Gennarinis???? Are those Presbyters from RMS?????? At least Mr. White and Mr. Rohr have been living on Guam and contribute to the economy. The know our culture...they respect our culture.
      Don't even go there Anon @ 1:49 AM....that's a losing battle. Better to try another tactic.

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  10. I read this story about a year ago regarding this bishop in Germany who was "canned" by Pope Francis for squandering the wealth ("patrimony") of his diocese by building himself an elaborate ($7M) mansion. After investigation, he was finally shanghaied by Rome to to some obscure Roman Curia. Now the diocese is after his a.... for recovery of goods! Read about the whole story in the link below: (Copy and paste to your browser, if it doesn't open by itself)>

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bishop-of-bling-bankruptcy_55b2b942e4b0224d8832643e

    And here we have an Archbishop (AAA) who - along with scores of evil things he has done to the archdiocese - has stolen and given away $40M-$60M worth of our church patrimony - and Rome hasn't yet as much as given him a slap on the wrist - or so it appears!

    What the h....!!! WHERE IS JUSTICE, ROME!

    I guess, like Nero, Rome will fiddle while Guam burns!!!

    PEOPLE OF GUAM, UNLESS WE RISE UP AS A UNITED GROUP AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS, THE CHURCH STRUCTURE IN GUAM (and I don't necessarily mean just the physical building alone, but the faith, liturgy, and practices of our Church as well) AS YOU KNOW IT. IT WILL BECOME FULLY NEO - THERE WILL BE NO ONE, HOLY CATHOLIC AND APOSTOLIC CHURCH. The Neo Faith will be IMPOSED UPON US - And please don't anybody complain then! BLAME OURSELVES - NOW!

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    1. In the German case Rome only acted because the people rose up. No one rising up here yet.

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    2. One in Brazil got sacked for a $600,000 renovation and a plan to assess 10% (?) from his parishes. And it was the clergy that propested against him. Spn2

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  11. My sincere sympathies to the faithful Catholics in the Archdiocese of Agana. The scenario you face seems to be that of a thriving Catholic Community supplanted by a heretical cult. Evidence proves overwhelmingly to the truth of that reality. Having reflected much on what people had to say the comments are far from fiction and rebellious attitude. You are facing not only the vile presence of NCW but have to contend with world-class jerks and consummate liars as your "leaders." How sad indeed, yet it seems there is really strong resistance by Catholics faithful to the Church Magisterium. I have to admire the conviction of lay Catholics in Guam. With the Vatican congregation dragging its feet to resolve the issues, you have to ask the universal Church leadership whether they endorse the intent of your bishop to make NCW the standard of evangelization tool for your archdiocese. It is imperative that you seek this clarification so people know the official Vatican stance, from there they can either accept neo presence, or be more vocal in taking back their Catholic Church as they know it. I may be wrong, and I hope I am, but the inaction on their part is utterly ridiculous and even seems like a conniving partnership with the local archbishop.

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    1. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJuly 26, 2015 at 2:41 PM

      Anonymous (July 26, 2015 at 12:34 PM), the heretical cult has not supplanted (yet) the Catholic Community on Guam, but it is not for the lack of effort by AAA and his Kiko Masters.

      The "resistance" by the Catholic faithful has, for the most part, been only evident by the actions of a few outspoken members of the laity because the majority did not want to get involved in the conflict. Thanks to the CCOG village meetings, more people are beginning to speak up to express their concerns about things they have observed over time.

      The fact that the majority of Guam's laity still prefer to watch from the sidelines while whispering their discontent continues to fuel AAA's confidence that he can do whatever he wants. The inaction of Rome — as far as we can see — certainly seems to suggest that AAA is being protected by that "Old Boys' Club" consisting of cardinals who are kept snugly in Kiko's pockets.

      Personally I find it interesting that we are 5 days from the end of July — a month during which in the last 2 years has seen the ouster of two popular non-NCW clergy — and all our popular non-NCW priests are still in place (so far). Maybe Fr. Mike Crisostomo and Fr. Jeff San Nicolas will escape the NCW hatchet this year, God willing. In the meantime …

      St. Athanasius, pray for us!

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  12. Apuron does not have monopoly on a "cease and desist" arsenal, people above him have given him that order as well. It seems to be holding for now.

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