Thursday, September 22, 2016

QUITE A DIFFERENT TONE!


Interesting. Hon seems to have trouble stating in this interview that he had asked the pope to remove Apuron. He says that he gave a report about the "status" of the archdiocese" to "all the dicasteries" and mentions that "among other things" he asked the pope to declare the archdiocese "sede vacante." This is quite a different tone from his letter which was read to us this past Sunday where he says:


In his letter to us of only a few days ago, Hon says he URGED the Holy See to remove Apuron. Upon his arrival this morning on Guam he says he only mentioned it as "one of may things." Now why would he do that?

16 comments:

  1. Hon's double speak is back again. When no one is around to question him, he talks tough. But in the face of local reporters, like Jason Salas, he minces his words lest he be caught in his lies. Best to adopt the attitude of "wait and see" with Hon. Wait and see, but don't let your guard down.

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  2. What's with the weird inappropriate smile? This is a sobering, serious time for the Church, why does Hon have such a constant goofy expression? Here we go again with the "we would punish him.. or her...(?) but not the innocent people who receive services in the diocese..." that's an old story already Hon!! Nobody is gonna lose out on services, stop hiding behind these lame excuses. I can barely watch him talk, can't believe this is a bishop of the Sacred Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples. Where is my beautiful Roman Catholic Church? It is in the hearts of her faithful, but sadly absent from these hireling "shepherds".

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  3. Why are you judging on how his tone is after he just came back. He literally came off a flight from Rome. Imagine the long hours staying on the plane. He's probably tired from that long distance and wanted to sleep. I bet you've experienced that type of problem for traveling so long. We shouldn't judge how he sounds after the fact he was on the plane, how would you like it if I shoved a camera and mic to your face and ask questions after you came off flight that was over 8+ hours.

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    1. Obviously you are too stupid to know what I meant by "tone," so need to explain.

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    2. Lol! The stupidity that comes this way is so entertaining!

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    3. HAHAHAH and the bigotry and biased comments that comes here too LOL

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  4. I've seen kids lie better than this interview.

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  5. Maybe because he (HON) is a big, fat liar!

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  6. Hon is not to be trusted. His double talk is not convincing enough. He is taking us as simpletons and stupid islanders. In this case he is the clueless one. He should just admit he does not the capacity to solve our problems. Best he leave us to deal with our issues. He is just unnecessary expense and a waste of our time and hope.

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  7. Here we go again with disHon's double talk. Until such time you present us concrete evidence that you really communicated with the Holy See, there is no reason for us to believe anything you say. At this point all we've been hearing is alot of talk, but NO ACTION!!!

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  8. Goodness gracious poor old Hon looks absoloutely stresed out. His body language is not just jet lag from a flight that is a face of a troubled man not knowing what to do. Goodness me he should have stayed over Hong Kong few days rested.

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  9. Hon probably flew 1st class and slept all the way. We all should be so lucky.

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  10. I don't like his choice of words either, but maybe he was hesitant to make any formal announcements to the media without first meeting with the presbyter council; hopefully, he plans to call a press conference VERY SOON to formally announce what decisions were made, decisions that meet our demands .... but I won't hold my breath that Apuron will be defrocked.

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  11. At least four potential reasons come to mind for the change in tone.

    First, the letter could have been drafted by someone other than Archbishop Hon. Following a practice reminiscent of our erstwhile archbishop, he may have merely signed what was placed in front of him, without significant editing.

    Second, as alluded to in earlier comments, could be avoidance or fear in the face of adversity, such as probing questions from the media. Or, to be more charitable, a desire to avoid giving offense by refraining from oral statements that are negative about another person, and from pre-judging the outcome of the impending canonical trial.

    Third, and more ominously, the time Hon spent in Rome may have altered his perspective on the likely outcome of said trial. He may have learned that the laicization of Archbishop Apuron is highly unlikely. Instead, AAA may indeed be assigned to a life of prayer and penance or, worse, reinstated back here. (!) The fix is in? Hon does not like to be the bearer of bad news.

    Fourth, perhaps Cardinal Filoni told him not to mention AAA if possible, to reduce public division and controversy, and induce amnesia through boredom, presaging the eventual return of AAA -- so the Cardinal hopes.

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  12. Vulgarity is no substitute for wit archbishop Hon.

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  13. Hon's subdued tone upon his return to Guam which minimized his actions against Apuron as only one of many things he reported to the dicasteries, is not only contrasted by his letter to us issued this past weekend, but by major media sources around the world which you can check out here:
    http://www.junglewatch.info/2016/09/apuron-around-world.html

    Or just google Apuron's name.

    So for Hon to just blow it off as one of many things is simply suspicious. What's more, it tells us that he knows Apuron may very well be exonerated and that his attempt to offer up Apuron as ranson has failed.

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