Thursday, June 23, 2016

APURON RESIGN? NOT

The Diana's like to say that I have been trying to remove Apuron for 3 years. Au contraire. I have never called for his resignation. Ever since I learned of his threat to Fr. Paul to make him "suffer a more arduous and painful closure to his assignment," I've had one goal: to make Apuron suffer the same. I don't want him to retire or resign. I want him to stay in place and slowly roast in the fire of the hell he created. Come on back Tony. It's just beginning. Courage.

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  1. Since he is still the Archbishop of Agana and Archbishop Hon is merely temporary, I guess Tony expects to ride back into Guam with glory and triumph after Hon destroys the rebellion in Guam. One Archbishop protecting another. What a racket!

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    1. Yes, protecting their own has been and apparently continues to be the mindset of the "Good Ol' Bishops' Club". Screw the Faithful!
      BTW, please send in your donation, and may you be rewarded a hundred fold (from someone other than us).

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    2. Mr. Apuron. Do not return to Guam. Not advisable. Not now, not ever. You will be defrocked. Tee shirt, shorts, zories for u, idiot. OR Orange jumpers

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    3. Orange is the new black!

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  2. Even Nelson Mandela, upon the introduction of majority rule in South Africa, did not want white people to suffer as black people had suffered under white minority rule and apartheid. Mandela set and met a humane and compassionate standard for treating his erstwhile enemy. But you, Tim, do not want to meet such a standard. Why not?

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    1. LOL. Now I'm begin equated with Mandela. Ummm, I have ZERO POWER to do anything. Only a keyboard. And as long as Apuron and Hon calls these tragically abused human beings LIARS, then I will pursue my war against them. And you can sit from afar and pretend to matter.

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    2. Pointing to a standard matters to me. Ignoring it matters to you: that hardly "equates" you to Mandela.

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    3. Neither you nor your standards matter to me. Go play with Diana.

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    4. Why do you not seek justice, Timothy? Why is your focus on Tim and not in helping these victims? You seem to only have words for Tim and little compassion for Apuron's victims. Why is that?

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    5. He may be a "Butt-Pirate" too; "all birds of same feather flock together"!

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    6. Dear Jose M.,
      My son was also sexually abused by a teacher on Guam. We went after him and found him in the States with the assistance of the FBI, had him prosecuted and he served time. I have compassion for the victims in Agat. I pray for their healing, and I know it takes a long time for that to happen. Their going public is a good and necessary step in the right direction for them. I admire their courage, understand to some extent their suffering through our own family experience, and honor their witness to the truth.

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    7. Here are your own words:

      Even Nelson Mandela, upon the introduction of majority rule in South Africa, did not want white people to suffer as black people had suffered under white minority rule and apartheid. Mandela set and met a humane and compassionate standard for treating his erstwhile enemy. But you, Tim, do not want to meet such a standard. Why not?"

      Why did you go after him, prosecute him, and send him to jail? What happened to your compassionate standard. LOL. Useless.

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    8. We tracked him down with the FBI, but also prayed for him. Sinners and sick people need help and prayers, too. It's just that compassionately simple.

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    9. Better to stay out of the jungle Mr. Guille! You half baked comments and innuendos are not welcome. Nelson Mandela? what planet are you from?

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    10. LOL. You tracked him down and put him in jail, but that's okay so long as you prayed for him. But not okay for me to keep up the pressure on a man who continues to call me and his victims liars. Typical.

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    11. Timothy, I suggest then, with your experience in mind, remove your focus on chastising Tim R. according to your definition of compassion, and place your energy and words for supporting the victims.

      Otherwise, it seems to come off as some personal vendetta for Tim R. which would be better addressed in private correspondence. Why do you continue pursuing your personal angst in such a public manner?

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    12. Timothy,
      You cute praying for sinners and sick people as the compassionate thing to do. The meaning of the word compassionate is to suffer along with, bear their pain along with them. But we know you are coming from, you feel sorry for the suffering faithful, pity their condition, but only wish them better. We do not need your kind of compassion, your words are cheap and empty and only serve to divide further.

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  3. Justice is not is concern, but the dominance of his NCW sect over the Church in Guam at all cost, and his standard that the NCW is the only way. You are not wanted in the Jungle Timothy, don't you have the sense to understand that.

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  4. This is a Zoltanesque Deflect with a capital D.

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  5. someone can explain to me, how on Google alerts more than 80 news articles about the piece of KAKA former, let's get real...FORMER Archbishop violated and Hon hasn't said a damn thing?

    anybody see the movie Spotlight recently?

    let's SPOTLIGHT Bibi, Adrian, David, Sr. Mirian, and while we're at it and since they sit on such high pulpits, let's talk about all the sins committed and admitted by those in the neo-stratosphere! damaged goods.

    get out. just get out and get going.

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  6. What kind of numbers are we talking about for Kiko nuts on Guam?

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    1. Very goood question. How many members of the NCW Cult are there actually on Guam?

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  7. Go, David Lujan. Do your thing. Su-Weeeet. Although not really fair. No matter n fighting on their side. Whoops.

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  8. Did Sr Marian run off island!!! Mariannnnn, come back!!!! What are you hiding there???

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  9. as suggested, just finished watching the movie, "Spotlight." for free, on www.123movies.to
    If you haven't yet watched it, you owe it to yourself to do so. Then try to apply what you learned to what is happening here on Guam, with the personal representative of the Vatican, Hon. Prepare to have your mind blown away!

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