Sunday, November 1, 2015

GATES CLOSED: DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.

Message received from someone who went to Pigo cemetery to prepare the graves of loved ones for tomorrow:


Drive in gates at Pigo closed.  People have to walk in with ladders and cleaning equipment.  I asked one of the "kids" why they closed the gates and I see old people walking in with their ladders.   He said they closed them  because they're preparing the place for tomorrow.  Smh


My note: While I can sympathize with elderly people having to haul ladders and materials into the cemetery via the sidewalk, the bottom line is you will be treated how ever you permit yourselves to be treated. 

Are any of the people who complained about being locked out of the Pigo cemetery today and who had to haul that stuff in going to be at the protest in front of the Hyatt today at 5pm? Or are they just going to grumble and go home?

Grumbling and going home is what has permitted not just these inconveniences nor even the serious injustices done to Fr. Paul and Msgr. James, but some of the most grotesque evils imaginable. And many of you know what I am referring to but...for years, you have just grumbled and went home. 

DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. At least demand that they open the freaking gate! Wow. How can anyone speak of pride when you let these kiko-idiots do this to you. 



20 comments:

  1. Where is the useless Monsignor David??? Get him out of bed. Resting up for this night. And fancy Attorney Terlaje. Get your husband to open the gates. losers. All.

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    1. The people who are there at Pigo at this moment should question to speak to management about the gate. But if all that could be done is "smh" then these idiots will think it's fine and dandy.

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  2. Let's see. Probably grumble and go home.

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  3. The gates are closed - no staff! Preparing for All Souls Day tomorrow, NOT! The Neos are all getting ready for their Gala tonight at the Hyatt. Faith Catholics stand up and be counted or be walked on!

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  4. Lets all bring a bolt cutter. What are they going to do, arrest us? I don't think so. Let's see if they're going to have their presbyters stand watch over and protect the gates? There's safety in numbers and we shall overcome. Archie has truly lost his marbles. BIBA Katoliku, BIBA!!

    James T.

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    1. Biba! and who are they to stop us, it is the people who made it possible to have that cemetary. Bring it down.

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    2. James, I do not think the presbyters will stand watch at the gates. They are gong to get ready for the $200 a plate birthday party for the arch. (I'm sure they all are paying for each of those plates...) Maybe the procession bodyguards will be at the gates?

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  5. Are all the CCOG officers going to protest? Anyone know?

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  6. Amyone seen useless Monsignor David vicar general?
    Any sightings of him?

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    1. Brushing gray hairs off of his expensive Chicago Black suit for big party tonight. Hope the give him his special order plate. Delicate stomach.

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    2. Anonymous 4:02 p.m. After the archbishop's 9:30 a.m. mass today at the cathedral there were donuts and cake served in the lennai in honor of the archbishop's 70th birthday. Msgr. Quitugua was standing there. People went up and talked with him if they wished to.

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    3. How obvious Msgr Quitugua has little respect for AAA. When Msgr. James was there, during special celebrations, he would have come into the church to invite people to the back for receptions. I guess AAA is just not that special. It was very strange. Mike Jucatan should have made the announcement instead of AAA strange invitation. "...I have to cut the cake>>>"

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    4. I have to cut my cake? Ok?

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  7. The neos don't care about deceased loved ones and friends. They couldn't leave the gate open because someone would have to stay back to secure it and miss out on the greatest event of the Neos on Guam, the arch's 70th birthday gala (aka rip-off). He's only 70 once but then there are many other opportunities for neos to be ripped off by the arch so the birthday gala is not a one-in-a-lifetime rip-event...
    Eileen Benavente-Blas

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    1. Seventy one. Having completed another year of pleasing Kiko in every way, another party will be at hand.

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  8. Yup...The cult priorities are reflected in much of the administration of the parishes and now the cemetary! We know the parish/chapel masses get rescheduled or cancelled to accomodate those Saturday celebrations. Funeral policies seem to change.And as we've seen from the sad funeral where the family had to return to the cemetery for the 3rd time, the hotel convivence took precedence over cemetery "business". Gosh, this time the cemetery gates got closed so that staff could focus on preparations for tomorrow? Nope, I think they had to get ready for the birthday party! I just decided I'm going to the protest!!!!!

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  9. This is a perfect PR opportunity. I sure hope someone has already thought of it. Get a bolt cutters and cut the chain. Let them call the cops if they want to. Can't you just see it. Apuron calls cops on his own people who he locked out of the cemetery on the eve of All Souls Day. Get the cameras people!

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    1. Ram the Equus through the gates. Vroom, vroom! He won't know. He's at the Hyatt with the boys. At the head table.

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    2. He almost rammed the Equus into an exiting vehicle at the Hyatt, he cut the corner so close and quickly to avoid contact with us. He was actually driving himself!

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  10. Anybody hung over this morning? Not me. I was soberly protesting. Bussing people in for your birthday? Pathetic.

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