Sunday, April 3, 2016

WHY DO THEY CHEER?


As you may know, the Kiko's are cheering Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson's decision. They, of course, believe they have shut us down for good: game over, go home. shut up, sit down, etc. 
  • The same stuff they told us a couple weeks ago when they published another version  of the certificate of title.
  • The same stuff they told us a couple of months ago when they published the first version of the certificate of title.
  • The same stuff they told us after they published the so-called "Denver opinion." 
  • And the same stuff they told us after the Roman visitors were here and did nothing to correct them. 



LOL. They cheer too early. They must have no idea who they are up against in Bob Klitzkie. 

But we'll leave Bob out of it for now. So why do they cheer? Specifically, why do they cheer Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson's opinion?

In short, Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson's opinion was to back up an opinion which kept the issue from being reviewed by the court. 

So why are they cheering?

One would think that as desperate as the Kiko's (Apuron et al) are to put an end to this, and being that there is no higher local civil authority than the Superior Court, and being that it would not have cost the archdiocese a dime, that the Kiko's (Apuron et al) would have jumped at the chance to put this years-long controversy to rest. 

But not only did they not do this. They had Jackie the trained lawyer "work something out" with Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson's assistant so that they could keep it out of court.

And so instead of putting an end to this, they have now paved the way for more FOIA suits, a legislative hearing, a petition to pass a new bill (that you will soon hear about), months more (if not years) of controversy,  public fighting, more protests, and more scandal to the faith. 

So why are they cheering?

Simply letting the title be reviewed and corrected by the court as the law already requires would have put an end to all this. The CCOG and the LFM and even JUNGLEWATCH would be no more. Bob Klitzkie would be discredited. Tim Rohr, gone. 

So why are they cheering? 

They could have put an end to the division they say they detest. They could have done this simply by letting the court review the documents. This could have been over. Done. Settled. Finished. 

Instead they are cheering for a decision that will keep the division going, the tempers rising, the hostilities growing, the church's emptying, and the faith dying. 

So why are they cheering?

They are cheering because Jackie the trained lawyer, with the help of Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson, kept those documents from going to court. 

They had a very good reason for doing so. And we'll be getting to those reasons in the coming weeks. Brother Tony knows what those reasons are. That's why even now he's trying to reach out to Blockley and Toves. He needs them to shut up and threats haven't worked. But like I said, we'll get to that.

Meanwhile, whenever the Kiko's cheer, ask them why. Ask them why they consider keeping the documents from being reviewed by the court a victory. 




14 comments:

  1. I have very little faith or trust in the Office of the Attorney General and many of the lawyers here. My family was going through a very difficult situation and looked for guidance from SOMEONE to DO THE RIGHT THING!!! We went to many lawyers-- but the $$ was not enough for them to be bothered with it. We went to the AG and she was useless. EVENTUALLY after a few years of my husband spending countless hours on phone calls and internet searches and lots of time-- we were able to settle the issue- not to our liking, but it is over. BUT-- if you are a big company here or a member of "one of the boys" you are safe from anything. The lawyers will all claim "conflict of interest" or not enough $$ for them to be bothered. The AG is supposed to be there for the little guy-- for the one who has been wronged. Well we know that is not the truth. The way she and her office are handling this situation is, sadly, not surprising. As stated above-- they should welcome going to court to put the FINAL end to all of this!!! But, as many of us know-- the courts/legal system here does not always do the right thing!!! They delay, deflect and hope that if they hold you off long enough- you will give up. Thank you to all for not giving up on this!!!

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  2. interesting that they're reaching out to fr blockley and john toves. if threats didn't work to quiet them, what are they trying to do instead? handshake and let bygones be bygones? monetary settlement?

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    1. You are on to something. I presume, however, that blockley and toves would uphold their personal integrity rather than accept a bribe. This fight is more than about money but about principle, justice, truth. Typical of Archbishop to pay off with money his diocese intended for something else. Will he put up his personal wealth to do this? Hell no!

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    2. Father Blockley went into virtual silence since Christmas.
      Interesting how he now re appears.

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    3. Monday of Holy Week Archbishop Apuron offered a personal gift of substantial money to Father Blockley. Father Blockley declined saying no amount of money could buy him off.

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  3. It's ironic how this morning quitugua announced that brother tony is off island and MIGHT need another bypass. Who really follows up on brother Tony's medical when there's just too many lies out of the archdiocese? I mean this could be another ruse for him to get an oil change in San Francisco. We don't know. So who knows? All I know is the finances are falling and they keep sucking the money everywhere they can force it from. The schools, student funds, who knows.....

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    1. Let's be good Christians and wish the Archbishop well.

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    2. yes Anonymous April 3, 2016 at 5:14 PM

      be the good Christians and wish the Archbishop well.

      i'll wish him a very deep well as well...

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    3. Yes. "Well," Archbishop, bye.

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    4. Another atempt to get the people to contribute...Keep your wallets closed...his amassed ill gotten wealth should pay for this surgery...

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    5. I would imagine that AAA has health insurance to cover any medical expenses and has enough savings to cover any deductibles, unlike Fr. Efren who was left in a lurch when his health failed and AAA would not even cover him under the Archdiocese healthcare policy.

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    6. Little boy who cried wolf! See the position you put the sheep you were supposed to lift on your shoulders and carry to living waters, Archbishop Apuron? Sorry if you are sick. Still, shame on you.

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  4. RMS was given away during his last bypass. What else are the Kikos going to get from AAA? Will Quitugua being approving the paper work while AAA is off island?

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    1. Enough risk in second surgery. Archbishop affairs (so to speak) should be in order. Pray they are.

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