Friday, June 10, 2016

SO GO TO HELL, DIANA.

DianaJune 10, 2016 at 11:05 AM
Dear Anonymous at 8:48 am, 

This whole thing was a conspiracy to remove the Archbishop at whatever cost. Just listen to Tim Rohr's interview today in the weblink below: 

http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/pnc-k57-interviews/9682

Tim Rohr himself stated that he was involved in the letter that Walter Denton wrote to the Vatican. In that interview, he also admitted that it was him who decided which victim should go out publicly first and which would go second. Tim also corrected Denton's interview by stating that it was in August, 2015 that the letter was sent, not August, 2014. As you can see, Tim Rohr knew more about when the letter was sent to the Vatican while Walter Denton was confused about it. Why do you think that is?

If a person is truly a victim, they do not allow someone to dictate to them WHEN they should come out publicly. They come out on their own time when they feel comfortable and ready. Therefore, this whole thing was all staged. They have been planning this for a year since Monsignor James was removed. In his pride for wanting to take credit for everything, Tim Rohr has now revealed that he was behind the letter that was sent to the Vatican under Walter Denton's name.


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LOL. They still don't believe that I know what I'm doing. So let's help them out. I was involved with Walter Denton because Walter came to me for help through John Toves. At the time I began communications with Walter, Walter had already sent his letter to Rome. I followed up with "Rome" for Walter and could tell by the reply that there were two concerns: 1) a need to identify other victims, and 2) they weren't going to tell me anything else. 

I understood this. Let's start with #2. The Vatican has the whole world to care for. The eternal destiny of souls is at stake, even those of the most egregious sinners, like a bishop who is a serial rapist of children. 

I did not once believe that Walter's case was being ignored. However, I was concerned that Kiko's bagged bishops and cooked cardinals could sink Walter's grievance. I believe my Rome contacts knew this to be true as well, which is why I think (they never actually instructed me) they wanted me to find more victims. They were needed to strengthen Walter's case. 

Through Walter and John, I was able to locate another victim. And through the second victim, a third was found. And through all three, more are now coming forward, including Doris Concepcion, who already has. 

It is not Rome's duty to care for the victims of sex abuse directly, it is the duty of the bishop of the diocese. However, Rome did not neglect Walter. Rome, through the bishop of the diocese where Walter now lives, reached out to him to offer him help and as far as I know, Walter has accepted the offer. I am not involved in that aspect of it. 

Now follow me here. It was NOT the accusations of sex abuse against Apuron that prompted emergency action by Rome. It was Apuron's response to those allegations which prompted emergency action by Rome. Apuron's public mistreatment of a 52 year old man (Roy) and a 70-plus year old woman of a dead son, and even of a dead man, was the proverbial last straw. 

I am sure that after watching the Archdiocese of Agana descend into a literal zoo (though zoos normally keep their animals caged) for the 16 months since the January 2015 Visitation,  Rome had already determined that Apuron was incapacitated and was not in control of this diocese. The horrid media statements by Edi the Waldo was what sealed the deal though. Edi, in Apuron's name accused Roy and poor Mrs. Concepcion of spreading calumnies and malicious lies and threatened to sue them into oblivion  with the help of some stupid "big stateside legal firm!"

Had Edi the Waldo NOT done those statements and had not launched his movie director career with that Daffy Deacon cartoon starring Deacon Tenorio, Apuron might be here yet. So thank you Edi, Adrian, and Putrid. You sunk the archbishop, and now you're probably trying to save your sorry asses by blaming everything on him. LOL. 

Now back to the conspiracy to topple the Archbishop. Absolutely. I have been openly conspiring on this blog to take down Apuron since he penned those ugly words "resign or face a more arduous and painful closure to your assignment" on July 16, 2013. There was something about those words that showed me the face of Satan. Something exploded inside me. Regardless of the merits or lack of them relative to demanding Fr. Paul's resignation, this mafioso threat by a spiritual father to his spiritual son told me something else was at work here. 

This was more than just "mean." This was the face of evil. And then I learned that while Apuron was meeting with Fr. Paul, he had arranged to have the locks changed on Fr. Paul's office so when Fr. Paul arrived home after his devastating meeting, he additionally found himself locked out of his own life! 

I made my decision at that moment. Apuron was going to GO, and not just GO, but GO DOWN IN DISGRACE, and his STINKING MONK with him. 

I didn't know I would later run into such sufferings souls like Roy, Walter, and Mrs. Concepcion. But when I did, I wasn't surprised. The evil I had uncovered in my three year crusade against this ABOMINATION IN THE TEMPLE was absolutely unfathomable. 

And after reading about what Apuron did to Walter in Walter's letter to Rome, I knew why God had set me on this path three year ago. And if you need some help in understanding that, then just watch the video from yesterday, where Walter stands in front of the house where Apuron raped him, points to the bedroom, and says through his tears: 

THAT'S THE ROOM, RIGHT THERE! THAT'S WHERE EVERYTHING HAPPENED. 

So go to hell, Diana.

* And for the record, as far as when Walter wanted to come forward, Walter wanted to come forward ever since Apuron raped him when he was the tender age of 13. He had no means to do so then and he had no means to do so until now. He came forward privately when he sent his letter to Rome, but he had no means of coming forward publicly because he knew Apuron would just call him a liar and threaten to sue him. For all the victims we have had to put legal protection for them in place. This was time consuming and expensive. And even with Atty David Lujan standing by the side of the first victim, Apuron (via Edi the Waldo) immediately attacked Roy. Imagine what Apuron would have done had Roy had no attorney or support system. Roy and Walter came forward on our schedule because we cared enough to make sure they were cared for and protected. But both came forward because THEY wanted to. We have several other victims who don't want to. We are respecting their decision. 

32 comments:

  1. She is such a stupid .....
    Praying for her dark soul

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  2. I want to vomit every time I read what she says. By the way any word on where the Archbishop Apuron is?

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  3. Seems to me, Diana is writing from the bowels of hell.

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  4. There is only one person who coordinated this conspiracy - he initiated it decades ago in a village called Agat to young boys who trusted him who called him "Father."

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  5. Another excellent and detailed explanation, Tim.

    I might be wrong, but it seems there are two things in play with this whole situation:
    1. God works in mysterious ways.
    2. Every cloud has a silver lining.

    Imagine the horrors of the 70's, 80's (and beyond?) happened but then nothing more. Imagine no NCW on Guam. Imagine Apuron walking the straight and narrow and the local church is calm and unified. There is the possibility of the victims not being motivated to speak out, or if they did it would seem impossible to believe.

    The "perfect storm" combination of an arrogant, egotistical archbishop and the devious NCW exploded and we have the current mess. The silver lining: They exposed themselves.

    The bumbling idiots make one bad move after another. Silver lining: They shoot themselves in the foot and hand us proof of their misdeeds and incompetence. (Can you imagine how different things would be if they didn't make all of their mistakes?)

    This next part has not yet come to pass but it is within the realm of possibility.
    The NCW has caused untold damage around the world for many years. Several people have come forward (anonymously) and shared their tragic stories. The NCW found a perfect spot in the Pacific to spin their webs, leach off of the generosity of the people, churn out "half-baked" presbyters, etc. Silver lining: The team from Rome could discover the sinister actions of the NCW leaders in Guam and one domino will trigger another and another. It has the potential of exposing the NCW worldwide.

    As much suffering as people have endured all these years, if it leads to the purging of evil in Guam and the world it will not be in vain.

    May God continue to bless all who work for justice and peace. May God bless those who suffer at the hands of others. May God's light shine around every dark cloud that comes our way.

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    1. Outstanding angle, Andrew. You are so right. Well-done.

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    2. Amen, Andrew. I believe the Catholic Faithful in Guam and the Northern Marianas is so strong, even with all its faults, probably caused by the weak leadership at the Chancery over these past 30 years. I am a product of that upbringing. I never had to deal with Apuron and his ilk. But the training of the nuns in school, the lay teachers, the numerous good parish priests and my ever-loving parents all contributed to my formation as a Catholic. I have a loving wife and beautiful children and grandchildren. I know life for others in our Church may not be so ideal, but all in all, this is our Church, and I believe strongly God and our Blessed Mother, our patroness, saw the need to make sure we did not let our guard down, because the Faithful in Guam was "ripe for the picking." We cannot be complacent. We must unite and remain strong and vigilant. And when we see a cancer, we should together work to remove it, as we are doing with Apuron. I pray for his soul, though it pains me to hear what he did to so innoncent a group of young altar boys. I was an altar boy myself, and I enjoyed my service and comaraderie with my friends in the service of our Lord. So, when I reflect on those great times, I can see the Roy Quintanillas; the Walter Dentons, and the Sonny Quinatas enjoying their sweet life, growing up to be followers of Christ. . . .then these alleged heinous acts by not other than an ordained priest. Priests all over the world are also "ripe for the picking" by the devil. I cannot imagine what these men at that fantastic age of development into manhood how they may have felt. I try to imagine it, and think about what I would do. But in seeing the courage of these men and Mrs. Concepcion, I am given grace to be strong in defending my faith and my Church. I cannot be complacent anymore. We all must enjoy our lives in our Church and faith, but when duty calls to defend her Honor, we must act swiftly, decisively, and with clear minds and clean spirits. Only then will the Holy Spirit enlighten us and guide our work. Praise God and all his good works. I believe in the "silver linings" always, for it is in those silver linings is the Lord waiting to help us all.

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    3. Beautiful testimony, 6:16 PM.


      Another dark cloud / silver lining example:

      The famous / infamous Diana/May/Mae/He/She/It blog. Difficult to stomach, even in small doses, this blog extols the virtues of the NCW and chastises anyone not agreeing with those walking in the "Way." Silver lining: This blog gives us a window into the mind of the "orthodox" NCW (as practiced in Guam: aka the Pius flavor or aroma). It gives us a front row seat to witness the warped theology and zombie-like thought process of Guam's NCW. As odious as it is, this blog has been a goldmine of evidence against the NCW

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  6. The don't seem to understand that the reason for all this is the Neocatechumenal Way and how it has disturbed the unity of the Church and the many poor souls who have been affected by the false teachings of Kiko Arguello and Carmen Hernandez. "It is not just about the Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, as bad as he is".

    Can't they understand? The real Catholics around the world are all looking at what the real fruits of the Neocatechumenal Way are, and finally we have woken up. Today it is in Guam, tomorrow it will be somewhere else and then the whole world.

    You have a choice, repent and join the one holy Catholic Apostolic Church or pack your bags and go form another community outside the one holy Catholic Apostolic Church.

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  7. Her and her fellow cult fanatics will eventually have to face the reality that their archbishop is a pedophile.

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    1. Don't forget to add rapist to that list. He is one sick man, SICK!!

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  8. I was listening to your interview this morning and you stated that you followed up with your contacts in Rome, not that you sent the letter for him! Like my dad always says, "You'll never win an argument with a stupid person."

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  9. All Diana talks about is conspiracy. Still for her, they are all liars and actors. It is not important for her whether they could be telling the truth or not. Diana please don't give Tim too much credit and not giving Apuron credit. Remember, he has done this all by himself. Maybe a little help from some people. But mostly by himself.

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  10. So knowing what we know happened more than 30 years ago..... what about the years that followed. Pedophiles don't just stop molesting. Horrifying thought of all the victims out there

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    1. That is a horrifying thought....

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    2. I'm thinking that perhaps being installed as bishop gave him the motivation to stop molesting/raping because he didn't want to lose the power and glory of his position. Just my speculation...

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    3. His crimes are not isolated to the 70's, Agat, or before becoming the Archbishop. A victim that I've spoken to refuses to open his wound. He could not go into detail but shared that Tony touched him inappropriately. This was during the 90s. Please pray for this victim.

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  11. Diana, you are a sorry excuse for a human being. You have no soul. The NCW cancer has spread so deep into every cell of your being that you dismiss the anguish and tears of these victims of your brother Tony and claim they do it just to "take him down" One of these days, maybe, when you take a look back on your sorry life, will you finalize realize that you defended a monster and were misguided in your support of this cult. Diana, May or Mae...doesnt matter what you call yourself...you're in denial that the NCW is going down AND YOUR SORRY A$$ along with it. No more big wigs at the chancery to grant your cult special favors and approval to interrupt our mass with your invitation to Joy lectures. No more poorly formed presbyters who cannot deliver a meaningful homily, much less a homily delivered coherently. Boo hoo hoo Diana...But best of all, millions and millions of people around the world have been exposed to the NCW cult. And now they know they too can fight the cancer from within. The battle still rages on but I'd say that the battle here has empowered many many people to take up the fight! To quote Tim..."Diana... Go to Hell!"

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  12. Now that Apuron has been put on leave, does that mean he's not going forward with his suit against those that are spreading malicious lies against him? I was so looking forward to Court proceedings & having Apuron being subject to questioning like he's never been before.

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    1. Well, that does not say that he cannot sue, but he would have to do it out of his own pocket, because from now on the Archdiocesan funds will be administered by Hon and his new administration, whom ever that might be.

      So knowing how loose he is with the moneys of the Diocese, and how tight he is with his own, I would venture to say, that the lawsuits from Apuron will have to wait. That would also mean that he is on his own in regards to trips and hotel bills. How sweet!

      That does not mean that the survivors and/or the estates of the victims cannot sue Apuron as an individual, since he has quite an estate that he built over the years.(granted the legislature votes that law)

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  13. All we need is one to come forth from 2011 forward when the statute of limitation on criminal sex crimes was removed. If proven, someone will go to jail. . .

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    1. Since the statute of limitation is mentioned here, I would like to share something that's been bothering me. I cannot remember the specific case or even the particular issue of the case. But concern for the statute of limitation was brought up. A response I remember was that because the defendant was an official the statute does not apply. Apuron with his title intact would still be an official isn't he. Can anyone with the proper expertise examen this take? Thanks. Spn2

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  14. Tim and all of you are full of shit!! talk about hell your rooms will be ready,):

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    1. Oh boy. A fruitcake.

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    2. Unbelievable! We'll pray for you...

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    3. No,6:35PM, Pius and his playmates are the ones going to hell. For the stinking monk of a skunk, who told my mother to cut me off because I was evil, the man will rot in hell that even the demons will not be able to stand his stench.

      Courage! Joy! Peace!

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  15. Ahhh, another fruit of the NCW playing in the Jungle. Better get out before it gets dark or you will be forever banned in the Catholic Church. Does your prophet know that you have a mouth like that? Best wash it out with soap before your teeth start falling out you A-hole. LOL ;o)

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  16. REJOICE everyone and give thanks to Almighty God. Hallelujah!!

    Yes, Tim. "I knew why God had set me on this path three year ago"...GOD IS GOOD (when) ALL THE TIME? I have the chills right now knowing God works in a mysterious way. HE? He was walking with you, training you all along for today. Oh Lord, Si Yuós Maáse! Diana/May/maybe whichever you prefer to call yourself as Tim said "And if you need some help in understanding that," to not understand this is because you ain't in the State of Grace. Help yourself Diana/May/Maybe to increase your relationship with Almighty God. God bless you. Neocatecumenal Way IS NOT FOR GUAM?

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  17. AnonymousJune 10, 2016 at 6:35 PM - Sorry but Hell is Already Full with You and Your Kind! "No Vacancy" sign lit is up! As for your spoke person - Diana/May is ALREADY THERE in the Pent House with a huge blazing fire! So, Instead of Go to Hell Diana - How About "Stay In Hell Diana"!

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  18. Oink, oink, oink, oink! Hehehe!

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  19. Waiting for Diana's typical "That is not what I said" response. LOL

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  20. Way to obey the Archbishop Hon by fostering unity, NeoCats. Also, what does this controversy have to do with the removal of Monsignor James from the Cathedral? At this point the straws they're grasping at are holograms. Jerks.

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