Saturday, August 13, 2016

NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY, ABUSERS AND ABUSED.

Posted by LaPaz, Jungle Watch correspondant from Spain.

Guam NCW's propaganda machine full steam. 




Somebody wrote: "Now people are saying the Neocatechumenal Way is for child sexual abuse." And then, the upper voice from -maybe- a catechist: "Who told you this incredible silliness? All NCW people I know are strongly against any kind of abuse. Our communities have strong arms and defend the defenseless. If you were abused for example, then please come to some of our communities. You will be healed and protected".



Can you repeat it, please?





"Who told you this incredible silliness? All NCW people I know are strongly against any kind of abuse. Our communities have strong arms and defend the defenseless...




If you were abused for example, then please come to some of our communities. 

You will be healed and protected".




For you, dear anonymous: lying is a sin.

The Neocatechumenal Way does not protect any victim of violence or abuse. 

The Neocatechumenal Way does not allow any victim to look for any help out of the prayers of the community.

The Neocatechumenal Way does prohibit victims to call the Police or to go to court for Justice.



The Neocatechumenal Way tells the defenseless "do not defend in front of your abuser, just pray for him, ask God to forgiveness, forgive him exactly as JesusChrist forgives you, because you are not better than your abuser, you are as pig as him, as dirty as him, as violent as him in front of JesusChrist"....and more blablablablablabla.

The Neocatechumenal Way does order you to do nothing about abuses...just be silent, pray and forgive. Humble yourself!

YES, THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY DOES COVER UP THE ABUSERS AND DOES HUMILLATE VICTIMS. 



THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY UNDERSTANDS VIOLENCE AGAINST SOMEBODY AS AN OPPORTUNITY OF CONVERSION FOR THE ONE WHO ABUSES AS WELL AS FOR THE ONE WHO IS ABUSED. 

The wife is told to forgive his husband, who is a violent with her and their children, by opening him the home's door and OF COURSE the nuptial room's door. It is: shout up and open your legs. 

The little son is told to forgive his father each n-time he hits him to kill. He is told his father -who hits and is a violent- is the best father he could have because his father was given by God for conversion. 



And a victim of sexual abuses is told to do exactly the same: pray, pray, pray and forgive your abuser. 

I was victim of physical violence for many years, all of them while walking in the Way, and my catechists, the presbiters (RMs and other), my brothers and sisters of community NEVER MOVED A FINGER TO PROTECT ME, nor my brother and my little sister, even when there was an objetive death threat and when all of us were legaly minors. 



JUST PRAY AND PRAY AND PRAY..........FORGIVE AND CONVERT!

The Neocatechumenal Way is the best place for an abuser! His crime will be considered just as any other sin. And he will hear his catechists preaching "none of us are worst than him....because all of us are sinners who kill Jesus. All of us are assasins, rapists, abusers....".

Kiko preaches things like: you are a pig, you are a violent, you are a criminal...because the Scripture says when you think your brother is an idiot, you are killing him in your heart. If you are "zero plus sin", then you are able to do the most horrible things; if you have not raped yet any woman is only because God has His hand over your head...

So, at the end, victims are told they are so bad -in power- as their abusers. 




PLEASE, IF YOU HAVE BEEN ABUSED, DO NOT TRUST ON THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY FOR ANY JUSTICE OR REPARATION, EVEN MORAL. 



As a victim, you will be exposed publicly as a person unable to love your abuser. So, you will be double victimized: one by your abuser and two by your catechists. 

They will use your pain and suffering to show you your unability to love your "enemy". They will talk to you as a sinner in front of your abuser. If he abused and you were his victim, they will tell you he is your victim because you could not love him while he was your abuser. 

They will invite you to offer your pain for your abuser's conversion AND FOR YOURS!



Catholic Church teaches a different thing.
Please, do not trust the Way if you are a victim.
Look for help out of there!

5 comments:

  1. ***several couples I Know living on Guam are in extremely abusive situations. They are told by Putrid they have to stay in the marriage. Did I say one? No. Did I say a few, No. I did say several. Several. Putrid, did you run away overnight again?

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  2. This goes exactly in line with what we have experienced on Guam. Not only does the NCW does not protect the abused, but it hides and protects repeat abusers.
    Look at Apuron, and Wadeson, and of course the fruit of RMS education on Guam Fr Luis Camacho. Then again, if you read my exposes on the Seminary you can see how their evil machinations work.

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  3. a married couple in community. the husband is having an affair with another one from another community. the cathechists tell this woman to stay with her husband because Christ gave her this cross, this infidelity of her husband, for her salvation...

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    1. Friends cannot talk with these poor individuals in horrid situations. They just don't listen. They are completely brainwashed. Cult. Of the worst kind.

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  4. From Kiko’s meeting with young members of the Way in Chile, June 5, 2005:

    That Christian sister, who is at home, and the husband is violent, a proud and abusive man; but she knows that God has given the husband, because she wants to save Chile, not just Chile, save Africa. And she accepts it for love of Christ, that the husband arrives and says, “you’re an idiot, and it is dirty, always the same, always the same in this house.” Read more.

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