Tuesday, August 2, 2016

LIVE FROM CRACOVIA 2016: KIKO PRAYS FOR APURON AND PROSECUTION

Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch correspondant from Spain.

Kiko's Word to Guam Neocatechumenals:


"preghiamo per il vostro vescovo e per la persecuzione"

"we pray for your bishop and for the persecution"





Cardinal Sean O'Malley, head of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, you are a witness of Kiko Argüello talking about Apuron's "persecution" in Guam.  

Cardinal Sean O'Malley, for me, you are morally responsible if you do not give an explanation. 






18 comments:

  1. Really NCW? Let's pray for these pedofiles? Are you neotards that blind and ignorant of knowing the truth? Why not start your own SEPERATE religion and take your pedofile priests with you.

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  2. "Persecution" or "prosecution"?

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    1. Persecution. The poster is a non-native English speaker. Please be mindful of that.

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    2. Persecution. The poster is a non-native English speaker. Please be mindful of that.

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    3. Thank you, Glaucon Jr.
      For Anonymous, please read simple Wikipedia:
      "Not to be confused with prosecution or Persécution.
      Persecution is the systematic mistreatment of an individual or group by another individual or group. The most common forms are religious persecution, ethnic persecution and political persecution, though there is naturally some overlap between these terms. The inflicting of suffering, harassment, isolation, imprisonment, internment, fear, or pain are all factors that may establish persecution, but not all suffering will necessarily establish persecution".
      If you prefer this source, http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/persecution, Persecution: 1. the act or practice of persecuting especially those who differ in origin, religion, or social outlook 2. the condition of being persecuted, harassed, or annoyed.
      Kiko talks of PERSECUTION with all letters. Thank you.

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  3. did kiko really say that in front of o'malley? wow, kiko's would be so bold as to dismiss apuron's survivors' stories, and spin them as persecution, *in front of one of the members of pope francis's sexual abuse commission*?!

    either kiko slipped and didn't realize what he was doing, or he's got full confidence that o'malley is on his side and won't do anything.

    what say you, cardinal o'malley? are you going to continue to support this cult that hides sexual predators and attacks their victims? or will you bring perpetrators to justice and help their victims?

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  4. https://youtu.be/ReuTwGK5hnk

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    1. thanks for the link. he says those infamous words in Italian starting at 35:29.

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    2. This video is so embarrassing. I don't want to be associated with a Church that idolizes this man and carries on with such nonsense. 4 hours of bullshit.

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  5. Prosecution or Persecution?

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  6. If he apuron is innocent, then why is he hiding from the People Of Guam? How come he can not look at his Accusers face to face and say I did not do those things you are all saying. He can't because it is all true and can't face them at all.
    I guess Roman assigned kiko to do the investigating and found nothing to report and do not need he talk to any of aaa Accusers. Bunch of liar over there.

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  7. Soon after bragging about the "300 brothers from Guam", Kiko says in his Spanishized Italian: «Coraggio, preghiamo per vostro vescovo, preghiamo per voi e per tutta la persecuzione».

    There are two grammar ambiguities in that Itañol language: the "preghiamo" may be interpreted both as "we pray" (Kiko's royal "we") and as "let's pray" (Kiko often refers to his own prayers and often asks for prayers for himself; after listening those words a few times, I think that the "we pray" is slightly more probable than "let's pray"); the persecution thing should have been either plural ("per tutte le persecuzioni") or specific ("per tutta questa persecuzione").

    As usual, Kiko - living full time in Italy since 1969 - thinks in Spanish and talks in Italian.

    In the Neocatechumenal jargon, "persecutions" is the standard label for anything not resembling the Neo-propaganda. Thus I think Kiko actually wished to use the plural form.

    The correct translation is therefore:

    «Courage! We pray for your Bishop, for you, and for all the persecutions».

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    1. Thanks a lot for your help with that "itañolo"(strange mix of italian and spanish) Kiko speaks.
      Even when he speaks his mother language he says quite rare things.
      The most surpresive thing is neo people use to imitate him even in those language mistakes, as a kind of language of neoevangelization by Saint Kiko of Palomeristan.

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  8. Cardinal O'Malley is guilty of omission for not correcting Kiko. But again Kiko blindsided the Pope in earlier meetings and even told him that he had not finished speaking when the Pope started to speak. Sad state of our Church.

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  9. This is no surprise. Kiko has always harbored pedophile priests. John Wadeson was our first exposure to this, then Fr Luis, and now Archbishop. Kiko explains that we are bound to the darkness that lies within, and God loves us just the way we are, so why shouldn't Kiko want to protect these criminals?
    Oh, I almost forgot, please pass the KAKA!

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  10. Well, cardinal O'Malley is in the KikoBoard of the KikoTrustees of the KikoDomus in KikoJerusalem...

    - link and photo: [click here]

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  11. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-E9DGTU7Z9pg/Vhlv11eZZiI/AAAAAAAALi4/Al6sxdD7UsA/s1600/Arguello%2BChaput.jpg

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    1. All three of Kiko's Caps: Apuron, O'Malley, Chaput.

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