Friday, November 6, 2015

REMEMBER DANIEL? ARCHBISHOP?

Elton John's lyrics are...well...amazingly relevant? coincidental? Heck, he was even heading for...Spain!





5:36 clever observation. Pius in charge of a hell of a lot!! Pretty good for brain injured guy. Rector. Perfect. Why don't those guys at RMS leave pronto? Why ? Because it is a cult and they are not free. Remember Daniel? How did he escape?

Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane
I can see the red tail lights heading for Spain
Oh and I can see Daniel waving goodbye
God it looks like Daniel, must be the clouds in my eyes

They say Spain is pretty, though I've never been
Well Daniel says it's the best place that he's ever seen
Oh and he should know, he's been there enough
Lord I miss Daniel, oh I miss him so much

- Elton John

P.S. Harold. Pay attention.

32 comments:

  1. Daniel, wher d ya get the ticket? You are an inspiration!

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  2. Who is Daniel? Is there a reason Tony should remember him?

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  3. Is this the one who would serenade Ton? Is this the one who waited for everyone to leave RMS then took off? Is this the one who asked his parents to send him a ticket?

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  4. Is this the same Daniel, the cantor that was sent to work for Rudy's community? He looked like one that was truly seeking God in his life and was led to believe that the only way was Kiko's way. He was a good looking young man, one that Tony Boy would easily fall for but Daniel didn't walk that way. I can just see Rudy handing him over to Tony Boy as a sex slave but Daniel wasn't the weak and vulnerable type. Is this the same Daniel?

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    1. Is it possible to see a profile photo of Daniel?

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    2. Are you saying Daniel ran away from Tony?

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    3. Wouldn't you run away from a 70 year old pedophile?

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    4. Now I'm really wondering. Never met Daniel but if tony took a fancy to him he must be tall dark handsome. Daniel was not the first to run away.

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    5. You know what 8.55pm. Years ago yes. But now I would confront him.

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    6. I would cut his balls off and send them to Apostolic Delegate.

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    7. The Daniel I knew was a decent young man whose heart was truly after God. I wouldn't be surprised that when Tony called for him to be preyed over, he probably thought that he was going to be prayed over.

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    8. 007. I hope this Daniel was not a victim .

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    9. Was before we got on to these idiots. Yes! Daniel a good guy. All people said was wow, he was a good one. What happened? Was a shocker. They can't escape now. Brainwashed and no money to go home. When you are ordained and incardinated in Guam then you can leave and we pay forever? Understand?

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    10. Time to rename RMS Hotel California... You can never leave.

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    11. Not all third-world "seminarians" have rich aunts.

      Perhaps we should offer a ministry of providing one-way tickets to those who have discerned a more authentic way of serving the Lord. Perhaps interested donors world-wide might contribute to a fund set aside for this purpose?

      The JungleWatch former-NCW underground railroad.

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    12. Yep. Hotel California. Big tune in 1977. Remember 1977.

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    13. Fr. Matthew Blockey.November 7, 2015 at 5:37 PM

      Good point CNMI lawyer I like your thinking also.
      It sound more like a house of inmates to me and we have a duty to assist the prisoners back into functioning citizens of society. I believe there may well be inmates wanting to leave the facility. They need to be helped with travel tickets back to their country. I should think there are a few wanting to escape but afraid of Pius forcing them to stay in the facility. Know what I mean? I'm told places like that in America are referred to as facilities.

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    14. it's not a matter of if, but when, the ncw will implode on guam. when that happens, we all need to be ready to minister to those it will have left in its wasteland.

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    15. I believe Daniel was born in 1977 and came from the United States and not from a third world country. He really wanted to be forgiven for all his sins and pursue a life of a Godly person.

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    16. I like the idea of The JungleWatch former-NCW Underground Railroad.

      I have to wonder if part of the strategy of the NCW is to divide up prospective presbyters and send them out to far-flung RMSs and thus make it harder to leave. There are over 100 RMSs now, so why not keep the “seminarians” closer to home? You would think it would benefit the seminarians to have family near. The families could also be a benefit to the seminaries. To me it seems a way of isolating the seminarians and thus having more control over them.

      Daniel’s family may or may not have been rich, but he could have contacted them relatively easily for help. Getting communication between Guam and the US is pretty easy. It might be a little harder to contact a family member from Poland or Columbia if living on Guam. (There is a RMS in Poland and Columbia.)

      I remember reading how Denver RMS “seminarians” were pretty cut-off from the world – “share everything, down to a single e-mail address on a second-floor computer." It reeks of isolation and control.

      http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/sep/03/stringent-test-of-faith/?page=1

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    17. Sorry spelling error. Colombia not Columbia!

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    18. Exactly. You've hit the nail on the head. The "priesthood" is being used by Kiko as a path to social improvement. Even those who are not from depressed areas are being used in his scam: men are seduced by what appears to them to be importance and prestige, women who are finding it difficult to find a husband. There's a long list.

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  5. I heard that an aunt sent him a ticket. And that the archbishop and the seminarians searched for him all over the island.

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    1. So you mean to tell us. There was a seminarian on Guam who ran away to avoide Tony. Then tony went looking all over the island to find him. Later discovered he made his own way off Guam to avoide tony. This sounds to me like Daniel had an emotional reason to get away fast. Am I correct in my thinking?

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    2. The Great Escape. Soon more will want to run away. They should do it now before they really start putting poison in the koolaid.

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    3. May be we need to start an organization where by if any seminarian wants to leave RMS then there is a place to go on Guam to assist them and get back to their country. It could be some of these guys got into this seminary without understanding all the details. Once here they become inmates and can't escape Pius. This should be looked at.

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    4. RMS recruits young men from different parts of the world for the pleasure of the Neo gods in Guam. Tony gets first dibs. Wink Wink Call me Tony!

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  6. Oh my! A fugitive from NCW! How dare he? He was assured that the Way was the best thing that ever happened to him? Yet he still saw beyond the promise! Darn it! You know, in Guyana those who tried to escape were shot to death, including visiting public officials. Hmmm...a posse was sent to ferret him out! Oh me, oh my, I feel like contacting Night Shymalan to make a film here on Guam like his previous movie entitled The Village. Or it can also be a fururistic adaptation like The Fifth Element.

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  7. It's pretty certain that they increased their stalking and intimidation practices after losing Daniel. The RM seminary is training grounds for their institutionalized methods of harassment. Right Rector? I guess getting caught was not part of the plan.

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  8. Wait a minute, where was Harold for ordination? Among the missing. Poor Jucatan. Archie directing the Master of ceremony in open mike. My crozier!!!! Jucatan, Jucatan. Hopeless.

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