Thursday, May 19, 2016

THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES


31 comments:

  1. All alone and no one to trust......

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    1. Janet B - MangilaoMay 19, 2016 at 12:38 PM

      It looks as though his own personal hell has begun.
      Repent to God for your terrible crimes against our youth.
      Restore these men's dignity by confessing to them your guilt and their innocence.
      Heal those who have been molested by you, or others that you failed to act on.
      Move off-island and live a contemplative life.

      These are the only pieces of advice I have to offer.
      And, please Tony, pray for all your victims that they may find peace.

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  2. The emperor may have no clothes, but ANTHONY SABLAN APURON HAS
    NO SHAME (taimamalao).

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  3. Your Excellency, please take a leave of absence as Archbishop of Agaña while an investigation is conducted. As “Diana” has advised on her NCW blog, follow the courageous example of Cardinal Pell in stepping aside temporarily.

    With prayerful reflection, you must know in your heart of hearts that it is the right thing to do. For your flock and for yourself.

    Father Pius is not the one to bear the eternal consequences of persisting in Judas-like fear, paralysis, and despair.

    The Holy Spirit will help you. Be not afraid!

    Rome can appoint an Acting Apostolic Administrator while the pending allegations are independently investigated.

    Peace. Prayerful best wishes during this time of trial for us all.

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  4. Fr.Matthew Blockley.May 19, 2016 at 10:02 AM


    Archbishop Apuron in a spirit of Truth and Justice at least remove yourself from the Archdiocese of Agana to allow an investigation to take place.
    The people of God do not wish to see you celebrating Mass in public at this time.
    Please remove yourself.

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  5. Fr.Matthew Blockley.May 19, 2016 at 10:14 AM


    Archbishop im inviting you to come here and have dinner with me. Just you and i in a hotel. We have unfinished business to discuss. We can discuss privately or we can discuss in public. Its up to you.

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    1. His Excellency is travelling to Manila this weekend with his spokesperson. I will be praying that the Holy Spirit guide you all.

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  6. What a lonely bull. Are you happy now? We just want justice and our church back. You can take your presbyteries, your community, pius, David, Adrian and your Protestant teachings and get the heck out of our island. Try the Philippines where you are from.

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  7. Who is this lonely Filipino?

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  8. This man does not belong as archbishop. Disgusting

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  9. Now, I take offense. Anon 11:20. What do you mean lonely Filipino? Please explain. Do you have to identify lonely Filipino? What are you trying to achieve by saying that? God bless.

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    1. Ebet, the reference to “lonely Filipino” is a direct slap at Apuron who insists that he HAS NO FILIPINO BLOOD. His exact words to my Filipino friend. Sometimes innuendo and satire is not easy to pick up in writing, but some people know how much Apuron hates to be thought of as anything but 100% Chamorro (what a shame to Chamorros), even though his last name is Filipino.

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    2. Thank you Tim for explaining. I too have Filipino blood and I don't deny it. Typical neo archbishop, deny things that are the truth. Mr. Ebet, please don't take offense to my statement. The archbishop is a Filipino from Agat. And from the picture sitting by himself he looks like a lonely Filipino.

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  10. That includes Anon 11:18. Guys, I can't understand. Why are you sending him our way. The Philippines is the biggest Catholic country in Asia. We are not a Protestant nation. I don't want to argue with you but your comment and that of Anon 11:20, your reference to the Filipino, are really insensitively malicious. God bless.

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  11. Sorry, just an initial reaction. I understand. Case closed. Sorry everyone. Sorry, Lord.

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  12. Just remove my next comment to Anon 11:18AM, if it is not too late.

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    1. No worries, Ebet. Apuron is even ashamed of his Chamorro blood, his real Chamorro blood. I'll explain why later.

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    2. Following upon my 1:51 comment about Apuron even being ashamed of his REAL Chamorro blood:


      On his mother's side, Apuron is a Sablan and a Santos. Both of course are Spanish names. On his father’s side he is an Apuron (his grandfather was a Filipino) and a Taijito. Unlike the other three names, Taijito, as you know, is an indigenous name. (No offense to my Tajito friends.) Since Tajito is the only indigenous name one would think Apuron would be proud to use it. He doesn’t. Can you guess why?

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  13. Janet B - MangilaoMay 19, 2016 at 12:34 PM

    Lonely man, with lots of time on his hands. Please tony, step down and allow the healing to really begin. With you in place the people will feel terrible thoughts every time they see you in Church. At least KUAM no longer televises the Mass so our poor home bound do not have to suffer when they see a criminal at the Altar.

    You are done here. There may be a place in Domus Galileae for you, where you and Luis can contemplate sins of the flesh, and your call to celibacy. But in Guam and the States you will be reviled wherever you go, because our people are everywhere in the States, and you cannot go anywhere without your past following you.

    Better call Kiko quick!

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    1. Don't forget the rest of the Mariana Islands, Janet. It would be wise of him not to venture within these lands, too.

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoMay 19, 2016 at 3:06 PM

      Very true, Raymond. He will be reviled in the CNMI, for sure for sure!

      In fact, I saw that he was pastor at Mt Carmel Church in Saipan. My guess is there are also victims there. I hope someone is looking into this. Maybe our friend CNMI Lawyer can help to spread the word about dates and times to see if there are any boys who were molested by this monster. If he took advantage of sweet, young, and innocent boys in Agat, it is a sickness that surely followed him wherever he went.

      According to those ads Tony was in Saipan from 1975 to 1976.

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    3. Janet B - MangilaoMay 19, 2016 at 4:32 PM

      I guess the other question is who can follow up with all the boys at RMS Yona. If tony is molesting them, even if consensual, it is still something that needs to be revealed. Is he teaching his sick behavior to presbyters in the making?

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  14. tony, was a big man now is rather a small man with no island that wants him. bye bye, go get in one of Proa and sail in the ocean and ask GOD for forgiveness.

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  15. Whaaaat no "Body-Guards"? Better put on some Kevlar or try some Teflon Apuron...it's going to come down hard in all directions!

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    1. Even the body guards have "fled to the mountains."

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  16. Wonder where Udu-valdo is now? Why is he not so anxious to put out a threatening press release? Guess he took someone's advise and fled to the mountains of RMS seminary to regroup and formulate next plan of action.

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  17. That's what happens when you follow in the footsteps with the man from Malta. Now even your very own homeland doesn't want you around. You had fair warning but turned a blind eye to it. Adios!

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  18. apuron, notice how not one of your comrades, david the VG, adrian the eunuch, jackie the trainee lawyer, Putrid Pius has publicly come to your defense? Not even gennarini, your Neo cult superior. You're all alone, apuron. all alone.

    Do not mistake our politeness when we see you to be a sign of friendship. Just remember, God forgives, but not all people do. Enjoy your social outings but always remember what people are really thinking about you
    as they smile at you or shake your hand.

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    1. Deacon Frank Tenorio has come out on the PNC news tonight to defend the archbishop's character and presumed innocence.

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    2. I would expect few public statements from the Rector, Vicar General, Chancellor, or their putative “Counsel”.

      Anything they say can and will be used against them in either criminal prosecutions or civil litigation or both.

      That is likely why a spokesperson was appointed who was not a part of any long-term cover-up nor a long-term beneficiary of the concealment of the Archbishop’s alleged misdeeds. He is not as likely to be placing himself in as substantial jeopardy as the others. Perhaps accessory after the fact, at most.

      If a federal or GovGuam prosecution does ensue, the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of International Affairs will handle the extradition and rendition of the defendants from anywhere in the world.

      A few locations do pose somewhat of a challenge, such as the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea). Also, surprisingly enough, the Republic of the Philippines, for its own nationals.

      Do any of them hold dual Philippine citizenship?

      For persons with solely a U.S. passport, the State Department will usually revoke the passport once the governor signs the arrest warrant and the DOJ OIA so requests. Then the host country will expel the “undocumented” alien.

      The DOJ OIA has good relations with the European Union, including Malta, so there is no safe haven there.

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    3. Malta? Who's talking about MALTA? But, while we're on the topic, where is Putrid??? Hmmmm?

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