Tuesday, September 27, 2016

LET'S THANK RIC EUSEBIO FOR HIS CONSTANT REMINDER OF WHAT KAKA DOES TO THE BRAIN

Posted by Tim

Ric Eusebio continues to make himself a cartoon - a white-coated emblem of what Kiko Arguello Kool Aid (KAKA) does to he brain. 

In the Daily Post story, Eusebio blames everyone but himself for the passage of Bill 326 and its enactment into law as P.L. 33-187

But here's the big funny:
"Eusebio began advocating against the passage of the bill last week as it awaited a decision by the governor on whether to sign it."
So, "the doctor" waits till AFTER the bill has passed to begin "advocating against" it. LOL. Ummm, Earth to Eusebio, that's why public hearings are called PUBLIC hearings. They are called PUBLIC hearins so that the legislature can hear the PUBLIC. But Eusebio wasn't there. 


Eusebio did not submit even so much as letter, but now suddenly he's an expert as to what the new law does and doesn't do, and on what everybody else should or shouldn't have done:
"He further blamed the passage of the bill by the legislature on Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai, apostolic administrator to the Archdiocese of Agana. Eusebio's criticism of the archdiocesan administration was fueled by reports that church authorities failed to weigh in on the bill while the legislature was accepting testimony.'
How do you not add an SMH and an LOL to this lunacy. Seriously, he, Dr. Ric Eusebio, who had every opportunity, right, and duty to "weigh in on the bill while the legislature was accepting testimony," DID NOTHING, but he is willing to criticize Archbishop Hon for doing nothing. 

Do you see what KAKA does to your brain, folks? Do you see here the real fruit of the Neocatechumenal Way? This guy is a CATECHIST. He is in charge of the shaping of your soul if he is YOUR catechist. 

I mean, seriously, this guy had no problem going PUBLIC a couple weeks ago to defend Apuron, Pius, and RMS. But he said NOT a word against Bill 326...ummm, until it PASSED! 
"Bill 326, in addition to monetary restitution for all, could have been about the types of family support the government would have been able to provide for families identified to be at risk for child abuse," he said. "Instead, sadly, it focused on the perceived injustice of alleged victims of the Catholic Church."
More SMH and LOL. The words "Catholic Church" NEVER appeared in the bill. Neither its author nor the legislature as a whole ever brought up the words "Catholic Church." Not even the victims who publicly testified in support of the bill used the words "Catholic Church" other than to say they still love and do not blame the Church. 

No, the words which were brought up over and over again were not the words "Catholic Church!" but the two words and one initial which is what Eusebio is really upset about: ANTHONY S. APURON. 

Thanks, Ric. Thank you for your constant and very visible reminder of what KAKA does to the brain. 

31 comments:

  1. What an idiot. My goodness please never let that man operate on you!

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  2. the more ric eusebio speaks out against this law, the more it reveals how much of a cult the ncw truly is. it makes one abandon right reason and right judgment, replacing it with the cult's distorted view of reality.

    on the bright side, this should highlight to those on the fence about the ncw on why it needs to be opposed.

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  3. Yes.....a public hearing was announced for the bill. Pls dont use the lame excuse of "no time in my busy schedule"; "was off island" "emergency". He could protested when the law was first introduced as a bill. He could have written his input and have someone read it for him, he could have called a reporter to interview him. Let the record stand, a lesson learn...don't wait till the last minute, take actions immediately. More Power to the victims in their healing process.

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    1. They were all at a convivence during the hearings. No time for some dumb public hearing. Remember, NCW Takes precedence before all things, even family. Whatever Kiko says, Kiko gets. Right Ric?

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  4. I'm not going to call you an idiot, Ric. Somewhere along the line, you have had the hardening of KAKA plaque, surrounding your brain and heart. Doctor, Heal Thy Self.

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  5. It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.......ah....too late.

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  6. Not knowing Ric Eusebio, I am seriously thinking that the poor man is finally getting attention and talked about that he is enjoying the limelight and will continue until someone turns the spotlight off. So far, in my book, he has not contributed anything but hot air. As for being a doctor, I am not sure I will ever go to him. Which is okay since I do not live on Guam!

    I put him in the same category as Zoltan!

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  7. In a tv interview Eusebio compared the NCW to a cane he uses to help him walk. "Please don't take away my cane." Walking is not the problem.

    The problem is how the NCW manipulates how people THINK. In the initial catechesis the presenters follow a script and people are instructed to listen. NO QUESTIONS ARE ALLOWED! This is the first and very dangerous sign of brainwashing and mind control.

    I feel sorry for those who become ensnared in this cult and cannot find the strength to escape. I am working with several people to bring more attention to this problem. Our goal is to rid Guam of this scourge.

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    1. Walk in the Way and remain with Cain, but walk with the Church and be made Able.



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    2. Good one Jose...

      His cane comment got me wondering about his personal beliefs, it tells me, he physically needs to hold something in order to believe in something... which tells me he's an insecure man...

      Which also tells me his faith is as temporary as the cane...

      The eusebio "cane" analogy, is a look into a typical inner-self of a ncw follower, in the telling of the cane, he says without it... I've no faith... I've no identity... I've no self-worth...

      Its people, the likes of eusebio that thrive well in the ncw...

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    3. Sadly, there are many people who are dependent on the ncw. For whatever reason, they turned to NCW for help and now truly believe their lives would be lost w/o them. We will need to be ready to help them, be there for them.

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    4. Yes, they need anti-kikoctics to remove the neovirus. The serum is bound in green hardcover,"Catechism of the Catholic Church".

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    5. Yes, they need anti-kikoctics to remove the neovirus. The serum is bound in green hardcover,"Catechism of the Catholic Church".

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  8. Eusabio is a nutcake. Inspired buy the way for the formation of stupidness and hypocrisy.

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  9. Hey stop bad mouthing Eusebio. He is going to be our new archbishop. He qualifies with all those skeletons in his closet. Dumb ass neo. Stick to medicine and keep your trash talking with you patients.

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    1. And the trash shouting he does in the operating room. Maniac.

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  10. So glad he's not my physician or treating any of my immediate family....lol..

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  11. Dr. Ric Eusebio worships the NCW. The NCW has become his idol. He forgot about God. When Pius talks, Ric jumps. When Pius farts, Ric inhales. Ric worships the ground that Pius walks. Pius is his living God. So sad and tragic.

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  12. Nut cake. Nut job. Neo think. Neo kiko. Neo keke. Nutty kiko. Kaka nut. Neo kaka. They are all the same: spineless zombies bred to obey. Trained to brag about their failures in public. Conditioned to lie, deflect and deny. Eusebio is a neo model they aim to be. Whohoo! Apu-run passed the test long time ago. The certified neo pedophile/ephebophile extraordinaire!

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  13. Please don't call Dr. Eusebio an idiot. You'd be insulting idiots! I agree 100% that he had every opportunity to raise his 'concerns' (verbally or in writing) during the public hearings on the Bill which is now law. Too little, too late Doc!

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  14. Okay, here's my conspiracy theory. Hon is just a place holder for Apuron. Vicar General and Chancellor were moved but were their titles removed as well? Eusebio is a smoke screen. He is told to Dis Hon so it looks like Hon is not supporting the Neos. Letter to remove Apuron sits on Baloney's desk, unopened or already shredded. Hon is recalled to Rome because of his failure to restore unity or some other excuse. Apuron returns and resets all things in their original places, because Hon never really made any permanent changes. The reign of terror begins anew. Would make a great movie if it weren't so real!

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  15. Better than fiction, the conspiracy is not only real, it is starkly obvious by their own methodology of keeping NCW members in line.

    "What chu talkin' 'bout Willis?" (apologies to the late Gary Coleman)

    Simple. Those in the NCW do not go public or make statements without instruction and direction from their catechists. It's just how walking in the way works. Thus, Dr. Ric is not speaking from his own words. The script was written by others. Pius may have been removed as rector but he still is far up the "rectums" of those who receive his instructions - working them like puppets. This whole thing is an orchestration of Pius and his "superiors" in the NCW.

    So, while we may be focused on this poor doctor for his malpractice of simple logic and misdiagnosis of Bill 326, now Public Law, we should also hold accountable his catechist and most of all the lead catechist for the NCW on Guam. It is only through the approval and instruction from Pius that we even hear from Dr. Ric.

    Keep in mind, anyone can attempt at orchestrating and manipulating the narrative. Lately, they have been failing. I never said they were genius at it.

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    1. Well said Jose, the Neovirus causes "dementia" and diarrhea of the mouth.

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    2. Well said Jose, the Neovirus causes "dementia" and diarrhea of the mouth.

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  16. Here’s another conspiracy theory. The reason why the NCW wanted Guam is because the NCW has been boasting about providing priest for China. Their plan was to use Guam as the launching place to enter China. This plan has now been thwarted by the local Catholic "trouble makers" in Guam. I hope the NCW never enter China. If the NCW do infiltrate China, the Catholics in China will move from persecution to delusion.

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  17. Why does Eusebio need a cane to come to the Lord? When Jesus told Peter to come to him by walking on the water did Jesus say "Take a floatey if you need it?" No, he commanded him to walk on the water towards him in fullness of faith, not with any tools to aid him but faith. It was only when he doubted and feared that Peter began to sink. A crutch, a cane, all are nothing but doubt and fear when the Lord calls you to walk confidently to him through wind, water and storm without any aid. "Oh Eusebio of little faith"

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    1. The "crutch" or in Eusebio's case the "cane" is common born-again-evangelical verbiage and ties closely with Kiko's protestant theology. On the contrary, those who truly believe in Jesus, not Kiko, are commanded to "rise, take up your mat and walk." John 5:8.

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  18. Not all in the NCW on Guam opposed the bill. Many did not sign. My family did not sign. If any intentional harm befalls my children i will respond in kind within all legal means. If discovered that any institution somehow protected the perpetrator i would also seek all remedies afforded to me and my family and seek justice against that institution.

    Thank you to the Legislature and to the Gov for signing this into Law.

    By the way, back then the NCW presbyter also did not recite Hons' letter so please lay off of Fr. Mike.

    It is so sad that after that Gospel about choosing between God or money, the institution of the Church seeks to preserve its' money.

    As my aged Agat mother always says in Chamorro, "Ti man-maigu si Yu'us" "God doesn't sleep".

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    1. Two questions anon at 10.26:

      1. Which "presbyter(s)" did not recite Hon's letter; and
      2. Why on earth are you in the NCW?

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  19. There once was a quack named Ric.
    Who used to take care of the sick.
    But now he's a Neo and Kiko's his hero
    And Apuron likes little boys _ _ _ _'s

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    1. Richard!!! Sorry, couldn't resist. ­čśÄ

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