Tuesday, July 12, 2016

GOOD MORNING

I've always asked God to show me when to stop doing this. This morning he showed me. I'm done. I did my part.

NOTE: I have full confidence that things are now in the hands of David Lujan. Your job is to make sure that the legislature passes the substitute version of the bill lifting the statute of limitations which will include institutional liability. The public hearing for the bill will be on July 27. Once it passes, it is then your job to make sure the governor signs it into law. Once it is law, Lujan can tear Apuron, Hon, Ted, David, Adrian, and the whole filthy lot to shreds. 


41 comments:

  1. Thank you for your tireless work and relentless pursuit of the truth.

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  2. Thank you, Tim, for the tremendous work you have done all these years. And Thank you for waking us up. May God bless you and your family.

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  3. Woah, what happened? A little clarification please.

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  4. Please say it isn't so. You have been the one who has kept us informed and on track. If you go so goes the movement. They will bring Apuron back and then our church is doomed. Please reconsider . We need you.

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  5. Thank you Tim providing a medium to gather information needed to expose the KAKA that has slithered into the island. I pray that your tireless efforts will pay off.

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  6. Tim, You have opened the eyes, the minds, the conscience, and the moral truths to many of us. You have helped so many along the way and have helped the Church here for so many years. I think it is hard to have to always lead us, but it is the honest truth that you have been a great leader to many of us without guts that you have. Thank you and I hope you never give up because chickens like me will end up in chicken kelaguen.

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  7. Hon, Apuron and NCW can all breathe freely.

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  8. Tim you've done more than what anyone else could've done as a faithful Catholic and no one can say otherwise. I thank you and pray that you remain strong and not lose hope or faith. This journey you took on by yourself has exposed the reality of evil within our church. It also showed the courage, strength and determination our faithful community has.

    You've help guide the 4 victims towards having some closure. That in itself cannot be commended enough.

    This island needs to wake up and not allow evil to silence us. We all must do our part and stand together if we want our church back. The catholic faith has survived many generations for a reason. Our faith in God.

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  9. Good job. Thank you for all you have done.

    I would expect the forthcoming litigation will consume significant time.

    Trying to maintain a blog while a case is ongoing will unduly complicate both.

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  10. Tim. Thank you for all that you have done. I am not sure if we appreciate all that you have sacrificed our church. If it wasn't for you and all that you have done, we would not be where we are at. I hope you will not give up on us. We still need you. God bless you and your family.

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  11. Today is Father Jesus Baza Duenas 72nd death anniversary. Along with his nephew and two other men, they were beheaded by enemy occupiers here at home for standing up to their principles and faith beliefs. I'm too young to know of these men first hand, but it is what I've been taught about them. Now, as I look to you clerics for some sense of this conflict within our church, I do not see any man among you who approaches the problems with the same measure and worth as Father Duenas. Have you priests become so stagnant in your ministry that you do not hear the cry of the oppressed, of the widow and orphan? Wake up, father, don't turn around. Don't let evil mute your voice. You don't have to go before any bishop or committee for permission to speak of truth and justice. Better to ask for forgiveness later. Be the men of God you swore to be, or at least die trying.

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  12. God bless you Tim. The Holy Spirit has used "Jungle Watch" as a voice crying in the desert. You've been a suffering servant. Peace be with you!

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  13. Tim, truly you have done your part...and then some! Without you and your blog, we would not have awakened to the evil doings of the devils in our church, and we would not have a venue to speak out and vent our feelings. I hope you are not stopping because you are disappointed in our continued apathy (rationalized as obedience, or respect for the position, or whatever excuse we can come up with to justify our inaction) to stand up to the monsters who have come to invade our church and our souls. I know that God has blessed you and will continue to bless you for all you have done in defense of His Church. Thank you very much.

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  14. Tim,

    You are scaring me. My prayer is that you will continue the fight to the end. Hope all is well with you and your family. God Bless.

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  15. Tim, if you shut down JW, you would also effectively take away the only medium for the Laity to speak out on the issues that are important to Guam Catholics. You have for the longest time, the sole lonely voice exposing the misdeeds of Apuron and the damage wrought upon our Church by Kiko and his minions. Once you shut down this portal, they will once again have full control of our Church. Many are now speaking out because after observing what is happening in our Church. You have given the facts with the information that backs it up. All one need to do is to look at the number of hits on JW. You have my friend woke up the "sleeping giant." Now is not the time to exit, but I know you better, you are one to follow the dictates of your conscience. The Church militant still badly needs a medium to continue this struggle to rid our Church of Kiko heretical teachings and equally important the return of RMS. A sincere thanks for your courage and tenacity.

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  16. Hallelujah!!!!!!!! Maybe there will be peace :-)

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  17. all of us "anonymous(es)" will be lost without you.

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  18. The devil is working everyone. Don't let him win. We all need each other. Pray hard.

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  19. Tim. I hope you will not stop doing this...we need you

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  20. May God Bless you. thank you for all your help.

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  21. F. Leon GuerreroJuly 12, 2016 at 3:35 PM

    Say it isn't so, Tim! As they say, "it's not over till the fat lady sings." Please stay with us till the fight is over. You have been there since the very beginning and have given so much of your time, your incredible knowledge, and your resources, especially this blog. I pray for all of this to end soon, too, even though I know we need to be vigilant to the end. As always, thank you for your service to the Lord and your service to the Catholic faith on Guam.

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  22. Thank you for all that you have done and will continue to do for the Church. This is not goodbye. I do hope that the exchange between you and Fr. Paul will be resolved soonest. I love both of you. Praying for both of you. Praying for us all. God bless.

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  23. Tim,

    I think that was the Devil disguised as God instead,to sow seeds of division among us. The Devil wants to divide and conquer us so that the reign of evil perpetrated by Apuron and his cronies continue unabated.

    I have said this to you countless times: you are a Watchman in every biblical sense of the word. You are a Watchman sent by God to watch over the people of Guam and His Church. The Watchman in the Bible were all instruments of God, vilified, mocked, persecuted, undermined,and treated with scorn by friend and foe alike. Yet, they preserved, persisted, and continued despite the odds. God watched and God is ever faithful. Prayers to you and your family.

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  24. Many, many thanks for all you've done thus far Tim. Keeping you in my prayers.

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  25. Tim Thank you for being the warrior of truth! You've cracked open the abuses going on in the church for the people of Guam to see what is really happening, that no one had the strength, guts nor man power to do so. "I'm done"..No? Not yet! Seriously consider making that movie just like Jim Caviezel played in the Passion of Christ! Unbelievable, and shame on the leaders of the Catholic Church for making good , evil and evil good. March on CCOG with what Tim had started and bring us home to the finish line. St. Michael defend us in battle. God bless you Tim and your family!

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  26. Uncle Screw Tape: My my you little monster (Wormwood) you’re not such a bad fiend after all. These past years have proven to be quite challenging for our brothers in black, but the chaos and confusion they’ve provided in the parishes with our new theology is exactly what we needed to divide brothers sisters husbands wives, families are being destroyed! Our plan will flourish and the harvest will be abundant.

    Wormwood: Why thank you Uncle, it was really nothing, with the help of the Weak One who is reclused and now his timorous Proxy who has proven to be a complete failure, life couldn’t be easier. All the while the ‘victims’ are ignored by the unholy preacher they call his eminence, hahahaha, brilliant isn’t it Uncle.

    Uncle Screw Tape: Yes yes Wormwood! But have you considered the inverse, after all the invocation of that that that brute of an Angel Mikelis and that Woman of Revelation who as you know Is our demise, we need to keep the collective conscience numb and uninspired so they will accept the weak position and sit on the proverbial fence, hehehehe.

    Wormwood: Uncle our helpers in the high edifice of Roma has accepted our father the devil himself, his offerings of the same silver coins of our brother Judas. The new request and orders from the Proxy man in Red on this dreadful little island will prove to be helpful to our brothers in the cove where they blaspheme the Woman’s name, The Redeemer’s Mother, day and night. The devils liturgy they promote at their so called ‘Mass’ is absolutely delightful!

    Uncle Screw Tape: Awww yes they do perform such beautiful aria up at their ‘Table’, hahahaha, and the poor little ones have no clue, no clue of what they’re consuming. But enough, our enemies, these little troops who are called the church militants, these you must observe, the soldiers of the true faith, tire them down as our friend has stated at his overture ‘in two weeks they will faint’.

    Wormwood: Yes Uncle, our unholy collars are already acquiescing as expected and our floors below are ready for their RECEPTION!

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  27. Dear Tim,

    This is good that you've posted this. We must choose sides and make it known which sideline you are on. I'm on the side of the traditional Catholic Church that I was born and raised to love. I'm also on the side of good and not evil. Although imperfect in my ways, I am not immoral in nature. I know when to confess my sins and know what is right from wrong. Whatever people may think of my beliefs will not sway me. Katoliku from birth and Katoliku until I die. I pray that the Neo invasion ceases and they form their own Churches. I want to go back to be able to worship at the parish that I was baptized and married in, San Vicente/San Roke. It is not the same.

    Each person has their own journey and choice. Make the concious decision to stand up for your faith and what you believe in. For without it, our souls are empty.

    Thank you for the opportunity to share my opinion.

    Mas dangkolo na si yu'us ma'ase.
    Omar Damian
    Radio Barrigada

    BTW, I was confirmed in The Cathedral Basilica by Archbishop Anthony Apuron who I respected and admired as a man of greatness around 1990-1991. Receiving the Holy Spirit for him that day was something I will never forget (although I forgot the exact date). I will regain my respect and honor for him if he confesses his sins Or stands up like the great man he should be and defend his honor in front of his people. Don't stand behind a letter written by someone. Show me that you're innocent, everything that I've seen (especially what is happening in our Church) causes me to think that you are otherwise.

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  28. Tim, God bless you and continue to bless you as HE has for you to undertake this immense endeavor. Words of thanks will never be entirely sufficient, but know we all are indeed grateful and indebted to you. I just wish I had been on Guam to be of assistance.

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  29. Thank you Tim for all you have done to keep the Catholic community - not only on Guam - but around the world informed. Jungle Watch is the central location for learning many truths that otherwise would remain shrouded in darkness. I don't believe any other blog can take its place. I will never be able to adequately express my gratitude. I hope you take time for yourself and your family. You have given more than any of us will ever completely understand. God Bless!

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  30. Well done good and faithful servant of God. Biba Katoliku!

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  31. Thank You Tim for leading the Church Militants in these efforts to speak up for what is true and just. Our Lord has shown through the centuries that whenever the church is assaulted, he always raises up his chosen from among his people to lead the charge against error. God bless you and your family for all you have given for our Catholic faith. To our fellow catholics, remember that our Lord is always in charge and in control, not a hair will fall from our heads without his knowledge, and he assures us that not even the gates of hell will prevail over the Church he established. God Bless us all.

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  32. Please, Please, STOP all this Tim ass kissing MY god!!!

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    1. Stop being an ingrate 1:43p and get off the blog. Cry somewhere else.

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    2. 1:43 PM, go suck an egg or something else that you may prefer.

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  33. TIM - The above comments (and perhaps many more to come) all attest to our gratitude to you for being the beacon you have been to us is our fight against the forces of evil that has invaded our Catholic Church vis-a-vis the NCW under the guise of bringing us the truer way to Christ. I had always said, and will continue to say, that without your exposure of the evils that had existed since the 1990’s, we will not be where we are today in our battle against said evil, which we feel we may be so close to ridding us of.

    This NCW cancer, which was perpetrated upon us by our own spiritual leader himself (our Shepherd – AAA) through his introduction, support, promotion and advancement of the NCW – all at our expense. Though AAA and the NCW did manage through their manipulative ways to convert some of our Catholics into its fold, the very vast majority resisted. “There, but for the grace of God, go I”. I could have been one of them, but for the fact that I resisted the invitation to joy because I suspected something was very wrong about this cult-like organization. How right I turned out to be.

    It was through your writings in JW, Tim, that I learned initially of the truly evil acts of AAA against his priests in 2013 -14, all for the sake of advancing the NCW cause, as well as its many egregious malfeasance (liturgical and theological heresies). From a tepid observer to one just straddling the fence, I became a strong opponent (yes, adversary) of both AAA and the NCW – all in defense of our Catholic Faith.

    You planted that seed in me, Tim, and through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, I am what I am today. For that, I thank you. For whatever reason you have for making your decision to take a different approach, I will respect it. Thank you for educating me via your JW. To you, and to all others who had helped me along the way, UN SEN DANGKULO NA SI YUUS MAASE. May God bless you and your family, Tim. (jrsa: 7/13/16)

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    1. Let us not forget before Fr. Paul, there were numerous Filipino Priests that were sent back to the Philippines because they refused to serve the way. They were very pastoral; these NEO Cult Presbyters cannot compare.

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    2. Yes, of course, Anon @3:40. The first and epic public demonstration against AAA for his maltreatment of the Filipino priests must not be forgotten, either. My failure to mention the Filipino priests and Deacon Martinez in one of my earlier my comments about AAA's maltreatment of the clergy was not intentional. It was an oversight. Thank you for reminding the readers. (jrsa: 7/13/16)

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  34. Thank you for all that you have done, Tim, in sharing information and bringing forth the truth. I, along with many others, need to continue this battle against the evil that has plagued our island. St. Michael defend us in battle.

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  35. Thank you, Tim, for everything especially helping the victims and their families. Their courage is the reason I try to attend every gathering in support of the efforts to bring healing and justice where possible, and to advocate for new Archdiocesan policy and procedures to prevent and address abuse in the future. May God bless you and everyone keeping Junglewatch going.

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