Tuesday, December 15, 2015

REAL NUMBERS

Referring to the picture on the front page of last Sunday's U Matuna, showing the archbishop atop the Cathedral speaking to what looks like a large number of people - obviously there to honor Our Lady of Kamalin, not listen to Apuron, a neo-cult lackey says this:




  1. Looks like many peopleTim, better step up your game. Seems like your not affecting the mind of the community
I didn't reply because I didn't need to. The PDN provided an answer with a picture showing real number of Apuron's supporters:


14 comments:

  1. dreamers, if you really have the numbers, you would be shouting it atop of San Ramon. Your group is demoralize, leaderless and lost

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  2. Yes, I had the same thought. Before the archbishop fired Fr. Gofigan and Tim Rohr's blog made me aware of the damage the NCW was causing the Church on Guam, I used to attend the Christmas program at the NCW "seminary." It used to be packed to overflowing with people. The photo in the PDN shows the numbers attending the NCW seminary Christmas program now have been vastly reduced. Glad to see it. Thank you to all the other people who have stopped attending.

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    1. I too remember the throngs. I also remembered the arch singing 10 stanzas of Silent Night and wondered why he'd subject the crowds to such punishment...

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  3. So I'm guessing Kimchee won't be building 5 million chapel she tells everyone she promised Archie. Not exactly a sea of people. No need, Kimchee. But thanks!

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  4. I bet every song sung that evening sounded just like every one of Kiko's songs. Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas, clap, clap, clap. Silent night, Holy night, clap, clap, clap. Blechh!

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    1. blechh is right. all those kiko tunes sound the same, and they're all crappy. if there's a quick indicator of cultishness in the ncw, it's the fact that the members wholeheartedly embrace his art and music without so much as a question of why.

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  5. APURON turned his back on over a hundred thousand Catholics of Guam for this small group of neocats.

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  6. Was this picture this year's Christmas concert? I missed it? Oh well, wasn't planning on going anyways!

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    1. It's okay. It was standing room only. According to the NCW spokesperson Diana, there must have been eighty thousand people there. lol!!

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  7. Referring to the picture in the Umatuna, note that the borders look fake. I don't recognize any of the buildings. Was it altered?

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    1. The borders are part of the canopy over Tony. The picture looks more like a file picture of the gathering instead of the most recent one. I'm surprised they didn't use an old picture for the Christmas concert at the Neo seminary as they drew a sparse crowd this year unlike previous years.

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    2. The photographer verified that the picture is current. There is nothing to be concerned about if the numbers for Dec 8 were large. They were there to honor Our Lady, even if they had to put up with "Tony."

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  8. Anon 10:56 brings up an important fact. Everything about tony and the seminary is fake. Where once there appeared sincerity, we know know is pure fakery. Where once there appeared religiosity, we now know as altered fashion designer faith.

    The only thing real is the hatred tony has for true Catholics and the growing refusal by true Catholics to put up with his chicanery.

    I can personally say I prevented 4-5 people from going to the Christmas concert in s fake seminary when I was able to show the true facts Tim and CCOG have been providing. We need to get that information out to more people so they too will roundly jeer the naked emperor Tony. And also his kiko kaka movement.

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  9. the word i'd use to describe this picture is "implosion."

    to me, this shows that the message is getting out to the people: stop supporting this neocat cult.

    but remember that the struggle for us will be a prolonged one. this cult has friends in places of power.

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