Wednesday, July 6, 2016

HON - THE RACIST SUPREMACIST


Both Becky Toves (BT) (Santa Barbara at Sunday Mass) and Gerald Taitano (GT) (Cathedral at the Saturday night prayer service) posted comments about what they heard Hon say from the pulpit:
BT: We live in a culture that is fast. He didn't limit it to Guam. We expect everything to be done quickly. 
GT: Hon says Guam culture expects everything fast, and that we do not determine the pace of God.
If anything proves that Hon is stupid it is this. If Guam gets characterized for anything it is the very opposite of this. We even have a phrase for how slowly things move on Guam: "the price of paradise." Guam people are "infamously famous" for our "patience." From the hundreds of years of colonialism and the torturous years of Japanese occupation during World War II to the slow rebuilding after each major typhoon to the glacial wait for the return of ancestral lands by the U.S. government, if there is one thing Guam people know how to do it is to WAIT. 

I actually believe that Hon is not saying this "stupidly." He knows what he's saying. In fact, I think it shows that Hon is a racist supremacist. What he is really saying is what he said last year. "Shut up and sit down you stupid Chamorros. Don't you know that I am God" (since apparently only he can determine "the pace of God"). 

Roy, Walter and Roland waited decades to publicly share their tragedies and Sonny died before he could. They waited decades because they did not believe that anyone would believe them. They believed - as Walter learned the night he tried to tell Jack Niland - that "the church wasn't going to do anything." 

And here is Hon to prove them right: refusing to meet with them, publicly mocking their testimonies by comparing them to the allegations of adultery against a bishop that were later supposedly found to be false, publicly ignoring Walter on the steps of the Cathedral, and only reluctantly mentioning that he is praying for them just as he is for Apuron. I am reminded of the passage from James where he chastises people like Hon:"Do you want proof, you ignoramus, that faith without works is useless?" (James 2:20). 
BT: (Hon says) We should strive for peace and unity.
GT: Hon is here to carry out what he said last year. His mission's priority is unity. 
Hey Hon. How about striving for Truth and Justice? Maybe peace and unity will follow. Seriously, unity? At what cost? More silence? More destroyed children? More dead Sonny Quinata's? What Hon is really saying is that he needs a resume enhancement so that his Vatican career can stay alive and that we Guam people are in the way and need to be crushed. He mistakes us for the flaccid KISS-ASS clergy he has interviewed. He thinks we are all Bibi's and Jeff's. He thought that the friendly bone he threw to the picketers a couple of Sunday's ago would disperse us which is why the first words out of his mouth after entering the Cathedral were: "they (the protestors) will be gone in two weeks." 

Hon is not interested in Truth. Hon is not interested in Justice. Hon is interested in Hon. Another narcissist bishop. You were easy to spot, Hon. We've had thirty years of practice watching Apuron fawn over himself and step on people just like you do. 
BT: The blogs and news station knew about his announcement regarding Fr. Jeff & Fr. Lito before it was officially announced...the blogs are encouraging false barriers. 
Wow! Does this show his ignorance or what! This is what happens when you send an overgrown schoolboy to do a man's job. Waaah, waaah, waah. What a spoiled child this bishop is. Hon sent out a letter to all the clergy announcing the appointments. There was no instruction on it to keep it quiet until the announcement. There was no reason to think that the media hadn't been copied so apparently some felt free to share it. What a joke for him to cry about it from the pulpit: "those guys didn't wait for me." Pathetic. 

And "the blogs are encouraging false barriers." More "waaah, waah, waah." Crybaby. And at the same time he wants the clergy to think that this blog is a joke. How stupid. If this blog is a joke then how could it be effective at anything, including "encouraging false barriers" - whatever the hell that means! Geez. Note to Rome. PLEASE SEND US AN ADULT. 
GT: Hon tells us to remember our common desire: Be One with the Lord. Also to deepen our faith in our Bishop. 
Apparently Hon, since he sees himself as God (setting the pace), being one with the Lord, means doing his will, Hon's will, being one with him. In other words: "Stop getting in the way of my career enhancement. Shut up and sit down, you Guam slobs." And "deepen our faith in our Bishop." OMG. There it is folks. There is Hon's real reason for being here. This is why everything seems cosmetic. Hon is only here to pave the way back for Anthony S. Apuron, pedophile at large. 

And for those of you who were crying for Rome to do something (while I warned you to stop), this next comment should say it all: 
GT: Hon also tells the Clergy, "You may have the knowledge; but I have the power." 
This is clericalism at its worst. This is an insight into Rome itself: full of fat boys and fat heads stuffed with self-aggrandizing illusions of power, heads whose skulls will one day pave the floor of hell. 

Have no fear. God is using Guam. God is using Guam to expose the evil that invaded his bride, the Church. God is using Guam to show the world the "fissure" through which the "smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God" (Paul VI, 1972), with that "fissure" being the mouths of fork-tongued prelates who forgot Christ's warning about the millstone. 

The fact that Guam has a history of non-confrontation, welcoming the stranger, and centuries of patience is precisely why God has chosen us, at this moment in time, to stand up to the evil that stains his bride. To stand up in front of the whole world. To stand up when we have never stood up before. To stand up even while our clergy, who we were taught to unconditionally respect, try to slap us down lest their thievery, adultery, pedophilia, and all sorts of evils and perversions be laid bare. Be very aware. Those who slap the hardest have the most to hide. 

Keep standing, people. Keep standing. 

23 comments:

  1. And to think, it only took less than a month for everyone to figure Hon out. It beats waiting 30 MORE YEARS only to realize our Archdiocese is still sick. I am so sick of all of this and having to deal with idiot bishops (Bishop Googly Eyes Ballin, Apuron and now Hon)!
    There is nothing wrong, absolutely nothing wrong, with wanting things to happen at a fast pace especially since Archbishop Hon the Thundercat wields the power! So WHAT THE HELL IS THE HOLD UP THEN HON?
    You want Unity first? Want me to hold hands with the NCW crazies and sing Kumbaya My Hon, Kumbaya? Nope, not gonna happen! Archbishop Hon, the Holy Spirit complels you to do what is right! Stop scheming against God. Stop telling me to unite with Evil, for the NCW and all it begets are not pleasing to man, let alone God! Stop telling me to Pray for Apuron! Stop telling me to wait. Wait for what? You have the power! What are the good, faithful and true Catholics on Guam suppose to wait for? WHAT??!!

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  2. even if he were incompetent at the administrative level, i would have given hon some credit if he at least showed Christian charity and compassion towards apuron's victims. but he hasn't shown any hint of that! instead, we've been getting the very same things people have rightly criticized the Church for after the sex abuse stories broke out worldwide: clericalism, self-preservation, lack of cooperation with investigations, zero priority in helping victims.

    more power to david lujan. bring these bishops and clerics to justice! pursue all criminal and civil penalties to their full extent!

    and i'm still outraged by all this talk about unity and peace, especially coming from local priests whom i've respected. what universe do you live in?! would you, dear priests, pray for unity and peace and continued respect for apuron--while not actually helping the victims--if the people who've been harmed were members of your own family? i sure hope not. if there's a time for righteous anger and calling out your bishop, this is it.

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  3. Archbishop Hon - You said that "You may have the KNOWLEDGE; but I have the POWER". KNOWLEDGE IS MORE POWERFUL THAN POWER!

    KNOWLEDGE - Facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject;

    POWER - The ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality.

    In My Opinion - There is NO COMPARISON BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE - Facts, information, and skills vice POWER - YOUR "ABILITY" to do something! This just proves to ME that you have the power but I HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE!

    I apologize for typing in Capital Letters since, in my job, using Capital Letters means you are yelling but I am thinking that is the only way you will "PAY ATTENTION"! Wait - How Long Have You Been on the Island Again! Hmmmmmmmm!

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    1. My Apologies - I did not mean to say that I alone have the Knowledge - The True Faithful Katolikos Have the KNOWLEDGE! We Got This Guam!

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  4. It is a bad sign when someone has to say that they have the power! They usually do not know what to do with it! Too early for being power drunk!

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    1. He sound just like tony. I have the power and no one can touch me. Archbishop Hon, I do believe you just loss all respect from the TRUE CATHOLIC of GUAM. You are responsible to lead and guide us but not using YOUR POWER and FORCE. We too have POWER and we can it "PEOPLE POWER" which is far stronger than yours. Hafa Ada or I mean ADOIS if you continue to act like your little brother tony and now BIBI is in the picture too.

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    2. Yes we have the knowledge but Hon you don't have the power over us except from our Father above. You're only representing and it seems it went over your head and your not God.

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    3. We all know that power corrupts, while knowledge begets wisdom. Archbishop Hon, it's time for you to move on as all of your actions will be called to question. Our picket signs should say "We trust in God, but we have no confidence in Hon"

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  5. Yes, it's time for the sign: Hon, Go Home! Maybe we can have the same sign in other languages (Japanese, Chinese, for example) for the benefit of the tourists who happen to be in the area of the CB while we are protesting. Besides, having signs in other languages gives our efforts an international flavor, don't you think?

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  6. PDN article, 7/6/16, Church delegate: Lawsuit being studied..."Hon also said the process of fostering deeper communication and stability in the archdiocese in "an arduous task that requires time, patience, understanding, sacrifice and above all, the grace of God."

    What is it with you guys of the church? Is everything an "arduous task" to you? Is this a buzz word used to avoid making a hard decision? Is it a threat?

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  7. Hon 's activities since he arrived a few weeks ago might have been meet with little or no criticism -- at another time and under different circumstances -- but his completely ignoring the biggest and most serious problem facing the Archdiocese of Agana (the perverted acts of apuron on four (at least) children brings to mind
    the phrase, "Nero fiddled while Rome burned."
    GO HOME HON (NERO)!

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  8. As we endure all these negative responses and lack of action in the plight for truth and justice, I am reminded of a passage from St. Paul addressing the problems with the church in Corinth, that sometimes God allows factions to exist for the purposes of revealing the truth in his church. "There have to be factions among you in order that (also) those who are approved among you may become known." 1Corinth 11:19 Let us not lose faith brothers, but continue our plight to seek the truth and justice and denounce the oppression that is coming from the very leaders of the Church who are more concerned with their self serving interest, that that of the Body of Christ.

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  9. Amen, Tim, Amen!

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  10. Hon is definitely not going to help us. All my friends in the clergy agree. Since he was here before they realized he was not interested in helping us and it is the same now. He clearly is not interested in the victims , restoring Father Paul and Monsignor James, only preserving the Neo's. and their seminary. Did he ever bother to check if our archdiocese even owns that seminary? Dave Lujan is the best lawyer for us to get to the truth. Otherwise we are doomed with Hon.

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  11. "I have the power"? Rather, Archbishop Hon, elders are to "Be examples to the flock, not lording it over those assigned to you" (1 Peter 5:3).

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    1. We should also remind this "Power Hungry" leader that whatever power he has, cannot be exercised without agreement of the Pope, and we know that he has a mandate to fulfill; "Resolve the Problem in Guam Urgently". In another church document "Christus Dominus, Ch2 "In exercising their office of father and pastor, bishops should stand in the midst of their people as those who serve."

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  12. Hon is part of a cadre of pampered prelates who think their title automatically gives them blanket authority over the faithful, thus Hon' s arrogant words "I got the power." To this I say BULLSHIT!! I dare Hon to come to my home and try to tell me what to do. He will be the first bishop to go flying out of my door with a swift kick to the butt, and certainly won't be the last if any of those doughboys try to pull such a stunt. People have given too much respect to those church Yahoos masquerading as shepherds. No more!
    Basta ma sedi este siha na klassen obispo na u ma gacha I a'gagåta!! Ta continua ya ta na mas a'gang i esalaota contra i babarias gi halom guma Yu'os!! Biba Katolikun Guam!!

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  13. HONted House full of tricks no treats.

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  14. "Hold on, folks. In case you missed it, new arrival on island to help with the mess that is the Guam Catholic Church today." Whose here?

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  15. Lurch and Adrianna still at their other posts. Pastoring. OMG

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  16. Time have you seen the movie "SPOTLIGHT"? KUAM should show that movie so everyone can watch it. It's exactly what's going on right now, with the accusations and it being swept under the rug. It's all within the Catholic Church.

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    1. I agree! SPOTLIGHT should be screened in every parish there! I was in Boston when that mess broke and every bit of that movie is sadly true.

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  17. Tim what an eloquent post, especially at the end. I noticed that this page got a whole lot of traffic yesterday at the Vatican so I wanted to go back and read it more carefully. Thank you.

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