Saturday, April 23, 2016

SHAME ON YOU!


The incident at the airport this past Thursday night reminded me of another uprising against another bad-mannered invader:

De Mafra mentions that the first incident between Chamorros and Europeans took place when an officer of the Trinidad “for little cause” slapped one of the islanders, who then slapped him back. The officer returned with a blow of his machete, at which the islanders jumped into the water, returned rapidly to their proas and started to throw spears at the ship, hurting some of the Europeans.  
http://www.guampedia.com/ferdinand-magellan/ 

Apparently the Chamorros were open to being friendly until the officer of the Trinidad slapped a Chamorro. The only difference is is that Giuseppe Gennarini has been slapping the people of Guam for TWENTY YEARS before they finally slapped back Thursday night. 

In one instance, this slapping was very close to real. At a meeting attended by Archbishop Apuron, then-Legal Counsel Ed Terlaje, then-AFC president Richard Untalan, Pius the Putrid, Giuseppe Gennarini and others, Attorney Terlaje and Gennarini got into a heated exchange about the composition of the corporate documents for RMS. Terlaje saw what Gennarini was trying to do - create a loophole for a later take over of the property. And, as it was his job to protect the Archbishop of Agana, Terlaje objected. 

Gennarini SHOUTED Terlaje down while the Archbishop of Agana, who Terlaje was protecting, just sat there and let his "friend" and long-serving legal counsel be publicly humiliated and "slapped" by Gennarini. 

Richard Untalan was so disturbed by how Gennarini had treated Ed Terlaje that he approached Pius the Putrid after the meeting and recommended to Pius that he ask Gennarini to apologize for the public slap-down of Ed Terlaje. Pius just laughed off Untalan's suggestion and Apuron did nothing. 

So to all those hollering "shame" on the Chamorros who stood their ground Thursday night against this latest marauder, "shame" on you!


25 comments:

  1. Blessed Diego San Vitores is indeed very proud as he peers down from Heaven because the "seed of Faith" that he planted has grown solid and tall as an ifit. The storms of Kiko and his minions have failed to destroy it. Kudos to the faithful who loudly and emotionally expressed their resolve in defense of their Faith.

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  2. FR. Matthew Blockley.April 23, 2016 at 11:27 AM

    There is a just war theory .
    There is also a time when situations call us to set aside a gentelmans way and protest loud and clear.Thursday evening was a justified protest. It was still rather mild in my thinking. You need a revolution to restore the catholic faith on Guam.

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  3. Thursday's protest was needed for the entire island to watch. Agree or disagree, some not aware, It woke them up for what is yet to come.

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    1. shows your ugliness alright! You don't represent the Catholic in Guam but yourself.. We Catholics who are not in the way are not with you....Your cluster group are the reason some Catholics leave the Church. You have no rights. Shame on you all!

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    2. Oh look, everyone! It's another idiot pretending to be Catholic. Who is this "We" that you so passionately post on behalf of? Speak for yourself and don't include me in your dumb post. Shame on you Anon 4:56 for not knowing why people really leave the Church. Why would you blame a certain group for the bad faith formation of those who leave the true Church that Jesus himself has established on this earth? They leave because they lack Faith and hope to find it somewhere else. They will only find something like it but it will never be the truth.
      Now go back into your glass house so I can throw these NCW fruitcakes and Old Farts through your window and walls. Telling someone they have no rights? What are you? A caveman? You asinine troglodyte.

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  4. In Mk 8:14-21 and Mt 16:5-12, Jesus warns us against the wrong teaching when he said "Be careful. Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees." It is said among the Neos that Kiko is the Prophet, and Gennarini is his High Priest. I, for one, am turning plowshares into a swords.

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  5. The uproar of the crowd is NOTHING compared to "what Jesus would have done" in a similar situation. The mauraders of the NCW have been adulterating our Faith, our beliefs and our churches since they stepped foot on this peaceful island for decades. Christ walked into the Sacred Temple and found maurading money changers and made a whip of a piece of rope, turned their money tables tumbling all over the floor, and told them: "You have turned my house of prayer into a den of thieves!" and chased those crooks out. Christ probably said much harsher words than "Genarinnis, go home!" And we ought to be ashamed of what we did??? What's the saying -- "don't call the kettle black!" Sigi! Basta! Fan hanao - ya koneñai hon ha lokue kon todo si Apuron! Tai-bali! Chagi Qatar." Abandon ship; and go home!

    And what's the pow-wow meeting here in Guam for, anyway - Genarinni's, Poscheti, Apuron and a Cardinal from the Vatican (only here conincidentally???) If I were part of the media, I'd knock on your doors till an answer (a truthful one at that) is given! Now - is that asking too much? Perhaps so, since nobody there seems to know what truth is!

    Rome: Don't entertain giving us a Neo bishop! We've had more than we can put up with. Give us a shepherd who can and will lead us to the one True Fold of Jesus Christ (One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church) - not another hireling , beholden to the NCW. (JRSA: 4/23/16)

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    1. Give us Monsignor James L.G. Benavente as bishop. We can trust him.

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    2. Let's pray we don't have to wait years and years for new bishop. Look at Saipan. Won't be much left after that. Already tattered and torn.

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    3. Pope Francis has just tweeted: "Be brave and go against the tide."

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  6. Thank you Jungle Turd Necks for making us all look bad. You don't represent us Catholics in Guam. We are not raised like this..you go home Tim Rohr. Chada nana mu!

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    1. Brave little anonymous 8:33! Do not place yourself in the same league as "US!" Use the ultimate insult on someone not fluent in the words! Hands off mothers you gutless, yellow punk!

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    2. 8:33PM, you must be raised in a home where cursing must be constantly used and your choice of words at the end, definitely shows your disrespect towards mothers. So, 8:33PM since I am a mother let me throw it back to you with the complete wordings.

      8:33PM, hågu lokkue, i Chada nanå-mu nai ni' malåkse cable.

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    3. Anonymous 9:28, Would you please translate for us non-Chamorro speakers? I only understood "you, too" and "your mother." And maybe "nai" means "give."

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    4. 8:33 PM, all you care about is image? Well, congratulations for making yourself look bad. If you're Neo then you certainly aren't a real Catholic. LOL

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    5. 8:33pm I hope your mother reads your comment and thinks back to your birth. I'm sure she hurt some then, but why must you to continue to hurt her still. Mercy dude. Even more, if you are a woman and mother yourself.

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  7. The Catholic church has survived for more than two thousand years without the benefit of the Neocatecumenal Way. It will still be around long after the NEO experiment has ended. As St. Augustine remarked, we need to pray as if everything depends on God and work as if everything depends on us. Courage LFM, CCOG and all anonymous supporters in the Jungle.

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  8. "making us all look bad" Awe!!! Did your feelings, reputation got hurt? Didn't your mama teach you to use the "I" word!? Well let me help you. SPEAK FOR YOURSELF? You 8:33 a wanna be bad ass?

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  9. 8:33pm. I may be wrong, but I just have to presume that this is NOT a native Chamorro writing this. Obviously, you didn't have a slightest clue of the nuance of what you said in Chamorro, or whoever told you to write it really wanted to get you in trouble. We'll do our very best to be as civil as possible in representing the true faithful Catholics of Guam, but we will NEVER condescend to that level - I promise you that!! Many a Chamorro father had broken the jaws of his son for saying those words (that's before the time when hitting someone for very just cause was not considered a crime, but very just and proper retribution for such disrespectful words aimed at a person's mother!). I've seen it in my younger days, when it was proper for our parents to correct us, even physically! You can't even spank them or pinch them now! ) I can't even get myself to say those words - and I am no necessarily prudish!

    I know some cultures (perhaps yours, if you are not Chamorro) do not think that bad of it. The English equivalent is bad, but it so common especially among young people that the "f" word or the "s" word is almost like part of the spoken vocabulary, but they eventually grow out of it as they grow older and wiser - and holier. But the Chamorro equivalent -- omigosh -- it's 100 times worse than giving a discourse in masturbation before a crowd of respectable people!.

    You accuse us of calling Generanni "Devil or Satan"? Actually, I was there, and I never heard those words. But for the sake of discussion, even if they were actually said in moment of anger and frustration, they are nothing compared like calling someone what you wrote. After all, the prince of evil is called "satan or devil" and rightly so because because he who sows evil is truly devilish and is doing the work of Satan. But to insult someone by such reference to one's mother, truly demands an apology from you. (No one in the group - even the most "bastos" ones, would even think of calling Genarinni that!!) Call us dumb, stupid, crazy, imbecille, knockleheads even satanic or devilish if you wish, but don't curse a person with these words again. God help you if you learned this at the seminary, or even from your friends. I know people sometimes get too "bastos" in their language in the Jungle, and I don't necessarily condone some characterizations used but never had I seen this written before (except the "tit-for-tat" that 9:28 returned to you!).

    We'll forgive you for your ignorance this time (I don't know whether Tim will), but please don't do so again. It simply belittles you in our eyes, and you must have some goodness in your heart. God does love you as you are - for sure - but not those words. Peace, my friend. God bless you, and calm down your anger to an acceptable level. Who am I to tell you this? A FRIEND. (jrsa: 4/23/16)

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  10. 8:33 why didn't you show up to greet your guest...oh, you still wondering why your wife left you?

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    1. 2:37 AM, I know why 8:33's wife left him. His wife left because she thought she had found gold. Heck, a lot of those Neo women left their husband thinking they struck gold with someone else only to find out their find was fool's gold. Shame on them!

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  11. After years of lies, half truths, and back room deals I can see how the protesters went vocal. What happened here is almost the same as if our Governor and Legislature gave control of Adelup or Oka Point, or some other valuable Guam asset to a few people from Boston. What would you say to that? Wouldn't you question? Wouldn't you DEMAND answers? And all in back room dealings that tell us that there is more going on than meets the eye. And if those people from Boston were to fly to Guam I'm pretty sure we wouldn't be greeting them with leis!

    Want to "evangelize"? Go right ahead. But when you try to acquire assets, really make a concerted effort, as if that is your goal, then what do you expect?

    Neos, you obviously feel helped, maybe even saved by the NCW. Shaking your bells, singing at the top of your lungs, and even dancing together is fun, I get it. But can you really trust a group that makes back room deals and actively seeks your assets with your soul? Especially when you are told "community" over all else? Even family?

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  12. The NCW teaches the Prosperity Gospel. They tell you to give, give, give and God will reward you for being obedient. If you don't give, then they tell you that you are stealing from God just to make you feel guilty. With that stigma hanging over your conscience, you will donate your house if they asked for it. Look at what Brother Tony did with the Yona property. The only ones that are prospering are the leaders that take your offerings and use it for their personal use. They are using those funds to pay their lavish lifestyles and first class accommodations. They want to takeover all of the churches on island to keep their money-making scheme working. Basta!

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  13. New Evangelization, my ass! Why don't you go to places where they have not known Christ? We in Guam were alright, even though the church was not exactly perfect. But who is perfect? NCW cane to Guam under false prestenses - to get money for themselves. Shame on them!

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  14. The time definitely has arrived when silence is definitely no longer the acceptable way. So long has Apuron been dragging the sheep out of the sheepfold in his undying allegiance and abeyance to the cultic religion of the Neocatechumenal Way, and we will be longer the silent majority. The protest at the airport, I hope, will signal an awakening among many tepid Catholics that we cannot - must not - just sit back and be led to the slaughter.

    The message has been abundantly made clear to the leadership of the Neocatechumenal Way that their way is not the way that we will follow in our path to holiness, notwithstanding the advances and "successes" they have made over the decades of their evangelization. They either take and heed the message, or there will be massive repercussions - in what form that will take remains to be seen.

    I am neither privy nor aware of what our next steps will be, but it is my gut feeling that the stage has been set for "beginning of the end" of the Neocatechumenal Way in our archdiocese. Surely Rome is fully aware of the situation, and we pray that appropriate action be taken by appropriate authorities. We must, in my perspective, never falter in the power of intercessory prayer - that we be guided by the Holy Spirit in our journey across the desert. Knowledge, commitment, perseverance and prayer - to me - are our best weapons in this fight against the evil elements. I wish and pray that all will get to read and heed the brilliant expose of the Neocatechumenal Way by Bishop Athanasius Schneider in a recent posting. (http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/04/exclusive-interview-with-bishop.html). It is like a roadmap of how we had gotten to this point. The rest is up to us! (jrsa: 4/25/16)

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