Sunday, November 1, 2015

NOT A MENTION. NOT A WHISPER. HMMMM.

We are right to assume that the party tonight will be "stacked." For the kikos, appearance is everything, especially numbers. They'll be trucked in, bused in, coerced in, whatever. 


Few will actually pay the $200. And of those that do, some are reporting that their parishes are having to fork over the money for attendees. 

They'll have numbers, but today's U Matuna tells the real story. 

A 70th birthday is a significant milestone, and surely for a bishop, and surely for a bishop who has been bishop of a particular diocese for almost three decades. 

Yet, in today's U Matuna, there are only three birthday wishes. Three. Count them. One. Two. Three.

One: From the Chancery Staff. LOL. They didn't even have to pay for the ad space. 
Two: The Cathedral-Basilica. More LOL. 
Three: Ada's Trust and Investment. Ummm, no surprise. 

And of the three, only Ada's refers to him by his full title: The Most Reverend Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron. The Chancery and the Cathedral? "Archbishop Anthony."

Even more interesting, the birthday bash wasn't even mentioned in today's paper. Not a whisper. Come on. All the hype about the gala, about the party, and on the day of...NOTHING? 

BTW, who says they don't read the Jungle. It's a week late, but they got REMEMBERING ARCHBISHOP FLORES in there. 

43 comments:

  1. Certainly Chalan Pago Neo Church was eerily dark tonight, no lights as usual. Shall I presume they were all "trucked" in by Presbyter OJ? His car was not even at his parking space. A show of force indeed for their bishop of convenience. To prop him up is to assure the survival of pathetic NCW cult. They better balance both sides of the sinking ship, otherwise in their haste and panic, the sinking into dark watery depths will be a lot quicker. Let the band play to soothe the nerves of the puppet captain and of his sorry staff.

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  2. LOL! Who says Diana does read Jungle Watch? On her Happy Birthday Post, I accidentally clicked the photo of the Archbishop and a message came up to redirect to Junglewatch! How fitting! More specifically to redirect to your post titled:
    Sunday, November 23, 2014
    LE PAPE FRANCOIS A RECU L'EVEQUE CONTESTE ANTHONY SABLAN APURON (same photo used).

    I guess she used the photo from JW, but id bet dollars to donuts she reads the content.
    I just found this so hilarious and took screen shots in case she catches on.

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    1. That is hilarious! Diana is definitely a regular reader here on JW. So far, the picture still redirects to Jungle Watch. And to prove that the Dianas read JW, they will fix it per these comments . . . of course not till after the Party of the Year.

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    2. No anon it is not from the jungle but the Swiss catholic news service that reported the photo op last year. I wonder if she posted the whole article or just the photo . Both of them were not complimentary any way.

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  3. Just came from the Silent Protest at the Hyatt earlier this evening and I wanted to provide some insights to some of the persons that were in attendance for this "So-Called Birthday Bash" for the Archbishop. First recognizable attendant was none other than Pius himself and for a "Supposed Priest", he "THUMBS DOWN" the persons who were protesting the actions of the Archbishop. My first impression was, this is not a TRUE PRIEST because if he was, Pius should not have done that but again, that is the NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY. No respect. The next recognizable person I saw was the "ARCHBISHOP" and he was sure in a hurry as he didn't come to a complete STOP as he ZOOMED in towards the HYATT. Sorry, Archbishop because, we, the protesters "FORGOT TO SING/WISH YOU A HAPPY 70th BIRTHDAY--NOT". Not sure who the 3rd IDIOT was, but the protesters knew he was a PRESBYTER, because 1) he was very arrogant 2) he REALLY THUMBS DOWN the people who were there protesting this event and 3) if you were truly a CATHOLIC PRIEST, you would not do this to your faithful. But that's okay because GOD IS NOT SLEEPING AND TO THE ARCHBISHOP, you probably heard/saw the protesters which is why you refused to stop to see your people. Have a Great Happy 70th Birthday--NOT and please forgive me Lord because I ONLY BELIEVE IN THE ONE HOLY, CATHOLIC AND APOSTOLIC CHURCH that I was raised to believe in.

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    1. I, too, was at the peaceful protest of the "70th birthday gala" and saw Pontius Pius driven in. My first Pius sighting and what was odd to me, he had his window down--no hiding behind dark tint for him.
      I saw the "thumbs down" presbyter, too. I agree with Ramona. What priest with a sincere and spiritual formation would do that? What priest with a true calling to the Catholic priesthood would give a "thumbs down" to a group of peaceful protesters whose position is contrary to his own? No true priest would but a NEO PRESBYTER, hey, I shouldn't have been shocked but I was SHOCKED. I saw him look my way and flip me and my sign a "thumbs down." My sign read "Any Gala Funds for Guam's Homeless"? So I flipped him a thumbs down back and yelled out "asshole!" He made me mad. He couldn't have heard me but it felt good to call that NEO PRESBYTER an ASSHOLE. Hmm... gives assholes a bad name but the shock disturbed my thinking. Perhaps ANTI-CHRIST would have been a better expletive.
      I was at the Hyatt about 3:30 and was in the large seating area through which you walk to get the restrooms. Some ladies were in the hallway leading to the ballroom. One had her hair in rollers (some neos were staying at the hotel). They were doing final preparations. This hallway beyond the seating area had displays of framed faux tapestries with kookoo's paintings on them and other NEO-related paraphernalia. The framed faux tapestries were for a silent bid. I looked at some of the displays and talked to one of the ladies. She told me there were items for sale as well. The starting bid of one tapestry: $250 and the other I think was $200 or $225--no chump change after shelling out $200 for the ticket. If you did actually pay for the ticket as I heard some parishes had to buy tickets and have people attend. That explains the honks of approval we got from some of the cars entering. They were coerced to attend.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  4. I forgot to mention that there were 2 buses (one kind of beat-up and the other, one of those air-conned buses) that was driven up into the Hyatt. Father Jeff San Nicolas was there (must have been a requirement for Clergy to attend) and he came out and shook our hands to the protesters in attendance. Also, LOTS of vehicles with VERY DARK TINTS ( folks that do not want to be seen by their relatives/friends) that they are NEOCATS. I did have a lot of fun watching the cars go by as they drove into the Hyatt--Happy 70th Birthday, Archbishop--not but may the FORCE BE WITH YOU.

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    1. Maybe some of that birthday money will go toward a new bus to shuttle the seminarians around town...

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    2. Anonymous November 2, 2015 at 10:19 AM
      Careful what you say. A first class coach with A/C, lounge chairs, video/entertainment system, on board bathroom, and travel bar costs about $300,000.
      Hmmmmm

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  5. I believe you are right, Tim. Few are actually paying the $200. A relative offered me a ticket which was given to her for free. Sorry Auntie, I've no appetite given the company that would grace those tables. Or the glorious entertainment planned for the evening.

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    1. I too was offered a ticket from someone who wanted to come but had prior obligations. But I told him it was against my conscience. He later told me he gave the ticket to a homeless man. I hope the man was made to feel welcome by all those snobbish NCW.

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    2. Nauseating! We know that those seminarians and presbyters did not each pull $200 out of their pockets to join the arch and Pius. Who are you kidding? We also know the kiko supporters got complimentary plates!

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    3. I agree. How else could a couple who we know barely gets by but now can afford to attend the birthday bash? Last I checked: $ 200 + $ 200 = $ 400.

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    4. I bet the "missionary" family from Italy that is on food stamps was there.

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  6. If Pius really thumbs down, he can go back to Europa . We have freedom to protest around here. And just for that, we shall continue.

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    1. It wasn't Pius. He couldn't care less about our protest so sure he is of ultimately co-opting our traditional Church. It was a NEO PRESBYTER aka FAUX PRIEST.
      I was there.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  7. There was also a priest driving a BMW who did a thumbs down. Who was the priest?

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    1. Cool priest. 7 series? Lol.

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  8. I like this, tony is allowing "sonny" to promote his business..... of SELLING IS SOUL...

    Apuron said that he allowed Gala Chairman Peter P. “Sonny” Ada to use his 70th birthday as a selling point for the gala.

    More than $110,000 was expected through ticket sales alone, but it did not include other donations made through other means, such as silent auctions. Apuron said every penny is needed.


    this is very very good, tony considers himself a father "figure"........ GO FIGURE tony....

    “It’s like going to college. Parents always shell out money for college education. So these boys, these seminarians are undergoing formation, academic formation, and so there’s always need of money to help them through. The money goes to the operational needs of the institutes,” said Apuron. “As for the Cathedral, we have a $3 million debt that we have to pay.


    and yes, tony you are very very popular..... NOT for the reasons you think.....PAWN...

    And so I said to use my name, use my popularity — if you can call it that — and people are happy, it seems. I’m told there are already 600 people here. So whatever the net proceeds are, it will be divided into three. I get nothing.”

    tony, for once you're correct... YOU GET NOTHING....... EVIL IS NOT REWARDED...

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    1. Saw the PDN photos of the silent auction items, including the Cars Plus auto. Guess which car business I will not bother checking out for my next vehicle. My daughter will also not be getting her vehicle from Cars Plus!!!

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    2. Agree 10:10am...I refuse to support businesses who contribute to the destruction of our Church.

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    3. And who were those platinum, gold and silver donors? They are on the list too!

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    4. Oops! Forgot to put bronze donors on the list...but then again "bronze" make kikonuts anxious!

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  9. I believe I heard the other priest that gave the "thumbs down" was Adrian. I only wish this was captured in a photo for all the world to see. How juvenile can you be? What sort of role model are you, even to your neo brethren when you, as a man of the cloth, give a thumbs down sign to people with a right to their opinion? Included in the group were young boys and girls fighting for their Faith. How sad that they were witness to the despicable actions of these priests... but let it be a lesson for them. Fight for our true Faith, lest these children and their children be sheparded by men who do not follow in Christ's example. Remember, it's not enough to just love Christ, we must follow him and his examples as well. I know many in the ncw and am flabbergasted that they would think this is acceptable behavior from their presbyters. Very, very sad.

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    1. Hey Adrian, I'm giving you the "Bird"!

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    2. Hi Adrian, I'm flipping you a "turtle"

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    3. Oh hi there, Adrienne. Would you like a banana?

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  10. Tim you say the chancery staff didn't pay for the ad.
    Not true.
    We pay through our lower wages and we pay by the deplorable atmosphere around here lately.
    Most of the old timers want to see the crisis end but the leadership merely ignore the reality.
    Pray for chancery employees and lump us all together with the problem.

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    1. What do you mean by the " deplorable atmosphere" at the chancery?

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    2. for; Anonymous November 2, 2015 at 9:39 AM
      What do you mean by the " deplorable atmosphere" at the chancery?

      what do you think "deplorable" means??? ....... see below

      de·plor·a·ble
      dəˈplôrəb(ə)l/

      adjective: deplorable

      tony and the new catholic way "ncw" are deserving strong condemnation.
      "the deplorable attitudes in which most traditional catholic parishioners are held"

      synonyms: disgraceful, shameful, dishonorable, unworthy, inexcusable, unpardonable, unforgivable; reprehensible, despicable, abominable, contemptible, execrable, heinous, beyond the pale'...
      PERFECT DESCRIPTIONS OF tony, david, adrain, and larry.. of course of course I include "pius the putrid"

      as in "tony, your conduct is deplorable"

      antonyms: admirable
      shockingly bad in quality.... yes this is tony, for sure, for sure

      "her spelling was deplorable" yes, diana, with you're hand up..... propping tony

      synonyms: lamentable, regrettable, unfortunate, wretched, atrocious, awful, terrible, dreadful, diabolical; sorry, poor, inadequate; informalappalling, dire, abysmal, woeful, lousy; formalgrievous

      "yes the Islands garden of catholic faithful is in a deplorable state" thanks to tony...
      antonyms: excellent

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  11. Keep protesting friends. Rome is listening. Protest the upcoming ordination as well! More people are the best in shaming what needs to be shamed! Also the event last night was NOT a success at all because you had protestors outside instead of inside. Anything you promote from here on out will be protested. Mark my words!

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    1. I predict that the newly ordained priest will become pastor of the churches Luis Camacho left. That's the NEO way. Newly-ordained? Get the administrative responsibilities of a pastor.
      Eileen Benavente-Blas

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  12. a Church Laity memberNovember 2, 2015 at 11:03 AM

    Apuron quoted in PDN:"The money goes to the operational needs of the institutes,”

    Well we now know, as Anon 7:59AM admits: the "atmosphere" is "deplorable" at Chancery level. Why? Because all that money apuron took in from his DECADENT BIRTHDAY PARTY doesn't make it to meet the "operational needs" of the Church but to the NEEDS OF THE "neo INSTITUTES"!

    Definitely, NOT to meet just wages of Chancery employees; but instead, all that $$$$$ brought in from his birthday bash will go to meet the need to continue the lavish life-styles of neo seminarians and presbyters, our air-port bishop's and the hierarchy, only, of the Catholic Church on our island and of the ncw puppeteers!

    AND ALL OF YOU WHO ATTENDED AND PAID TO ATTEND A DECADENT BIRTHDAY BASH CONTRIBUTED to the demise of our Catholic Church on Guam. The only transparency here is how you all gave away all that money to line the pockets of the kikos and pius' and foreign neo cult hierarchy and kiko puppeteers.

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    1. Want to see head table. Or was brother Ton up there by himself.,

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  13. The tragic thing about the parishes and schools contributing to this gala is that the pastors and administrators gave away money that is not theirs nor for the intent it was given for. Did their councils or administrative boards even had a say whether a table or two should have been given to sponsor a frivolous affair? Have the regular contributors to Sunday collection and parents of our Catholic students been informed of this lavish sponsorship? This angle needs to be explored and the ones in charfpge be made accountable. I believe this dictatorial style has to stop, these "leaders" have become a tad more lke their arrogant boss.

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  14. The past celebration was another "bash" on he head by our supposed "Church leader" and another opportunity for him to gloat, "The Vatican cannot touch me." Now I am beginning to fear that what he brags about is reality, given the non-response and big time rebuff by Vatican officials. In the meantime, we just hide behind brave words, albeit anonymous, and hope that our children will be broken in lightly to the new reality of NCW reign of terror, if they don't wisen up by leaving the negligent leadership of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church before they get brainwashed by kiko-kaka.

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  15. The past celebration was another "bash" on he head by our supposed "Church leader" and another opportunity for him to gloat, "The Vatican cannot touch me." Now I am beginning to fear that what he brags about is reality, given the non-response and big time rebuff by Vatican officials. In the meantime, we just hide behind brave words, albeit anonymous, and hope that our children will be broken in lightly to the new reality of NCW reign of terror, if they don't wisen up by leaving the negligent leadership of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church before they get brainwashed by kiko-kaka.

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  16. Told you it was nothing but a NEO service with an entrance fee. They all got their plates, sat down, waited for Brother Tony and Pontius Pius to get served by their ESL presbyters/servant boys, made a big clap, sang Kiko songs and ate.

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  17. For the person who just posted about the connection to a "powerful family." I would need some evidence of that before I post. I do not want to be dragging in people by name without substantiation.

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    1. Yes, that's a given. Worthy to keep an ear to the ground for the goings on around the community...literally (sarcasm intended). The connections are well-known but rarely brought up. Reign of terror among the 99-percent. Oh well...

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  18. It was a truly a wonderful event. We clapped, sing and prayed. BTW way there were idiots holding signs by the road?? Guessing from this Jungle Trash cults... peace be with you

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  19. Shall we all presume that there will be a full financial accounting of the gala loot? It was advertised on the pretext of a charity event to benefit the whatever seminary. Hmmmmm...I wonder how long this process will take, if ever. We might hear the line again, "it's somewhere, I will get back to you." Oh well, wait for it, wait for it...ten years later...nada!

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  20. Oscar Sarlinga, bishop in Argentina, resigns on 01 November 2015 amid charges of corruption. At least he had the sense to get out before his name got dragged down further in the mud.

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