Sunday, September 25, 2016

THANKS LFM. NOW WE KNOW!

We now have verification of what we have suspected from the beginning: a full and complete Neocatechumenal takeover of the Archdiocese of Agana. 

We also have verification of our suspicions that Hon was never here to bring reconciliation and unity but to continue that Neocatechumenal takeover after things went askew with Apuron.

All of this is clearly laid out in David the Rector's September 7 letter to Fr. Jeff San Nicolas wherein Fr. Jeff, the "competent ecclesial authority" for the Archdiocese of Agana in Hon's absence, is told by David the Rector, that Cardinal Filoni, Prefect for the Congregation for the Evangelization of People and "Kiko's best friend in the Vatican," that he (Jeff) has no jurisdiction over the so-called Archdiocesan seminary, otherwise known as RMS. 


David the Rector tells Fr. Jeff that "no such visit can be made to the Seminary." The "visit" was the visit pre-arranged by the Laity Forward Movement and cleared by Fr. Jeff, who permitted the visit because he was of the belief that the seminary belonged to the Archdiocese of Agana and that he had, in Hon's absence, the authority to authorize the visit. 

Well surprise, surprise, surprise. Not only does the property NOT belong to the Archdiocese of Agana, neither does the seminary. Of course, though Fr. Jeff may have been surprised, WE certainly are NOT. 

But while it was quite easy to prove that the Archdiocese no longer owned the property - thanks to documents affecting land titles being public information - it was not easy to prove that the Neo's also completely controlled the seminary itself. 

But thanks to the LFM, we now have that letter showing that it is not the Archbishop of Agana who calls the shots at RMS, but Filoni, "Kiko's best friend in the Vatican." 

Now that we have the letter, I must say, I can't believe our luck. While the LFM ladies probably genuinely wanted to visit RMS, I was privately hoping that they would be turned away so I could prove what I've been saying for three years: RMS IS NOT AN ARCHDIOCESAN SEMINARY. And sure enough they WERE turned away, and not only that, David the Rector was stupid enough to put the reason in writing: FILONI SAID SO. 

LOL. These guys and their letters. This is why JungleWatch has been able to do what it has done these three years. These idiots write letters documenting their thievery and lies. It's only a matter of time before we get our hands on them, and in this case, we hit gold.

You see, I always wondered why the Kiko's wanted Guam so badly. It couldn't have just been the property. And it couldn't be just a place to easily produce presbyters. They pretty much can get most of that in other places. And it couldn't be the money they could squeeze out of us. In the scheme of things, Guam is still very small. 

I suspected the real reason, but could not be sure until I saw that letter squeezed out of the Rector-Deceiver by that attempted visit of a few elderly ladies. What Kiko was (and still is) really after, is the complete neocatechumenization of a diocese in order to showcase his "Way" and sell it to the rest of the Catholic world. 

In order to do that they first needed a bishop who would do everything they said. And in Apuron they quickly found one. It helped that he was a moral misfit. That would come in handy for blackmail in case Apuron ever wanted to back out of the deal. It helped even more that Apuron was a narcissist of the most base kind. Even easier to control. 

The real seal on the deal though was a Vicar General and a Chancellor who, if not already stupid, were made stupid by their lust for power and importance, not to mention a life of finery and forgiveness promised by Kiko. What a triumvirate of trolls, just ripe for the picking, and perfect for the insertion of the Arch Troll, Pius the Putrid, The Stinking Monk. 

All went well for nearly twenty years. It took the first ten years or so to get that seminary cranking and then the Semen-ary (as Malafunshun called it) began spitting out its radioactive presbyters. All was on track except for one thing. Apuron was nearing the mandatory retirement age of 75, and the big worry was getting a neo succeed him. 

Problem: Fr. Paul and Msgr. James were in the way of the two neo candidates, David the Sick and Adrian the Lame. The order came down to remove them. We thought it was from Gennarini, but now we can see that it probably came from the real top: FILONI. And what's more, because Filoni is Hon's boss, we know exactly why Hon is here - as if there was ever any question. 

Thanks LFM. Now we know. FIGHT ON!

P.S. There is one more priest who is in the way. Apuron never got around to taking him out because of this blog and the action of the laity. Apparently Hon intends to finish the job. Let's get rid of Hon before he does it. 


34 comments:

  1. The other "fly in the ointment" is the laity in general. We were supposed to be stupid sheep, docile and subservient. We weren't supposed to stand up and speak out. We weren't supposed to fight for our faith.

    Well listen up Feloni, Hon, Genarini, Kiko: We stupid sheep have had ENOUGH!!! I won't bother to say "do the right thing." Just get out of our way while we fix our church!

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  2. The gift that keeps on giving, no not STDs, Neos! Is anyone else in Rome watching? How do we get rid of Cardinal Baloney? (Note: I really need to learn how to spell those "I talian" names!) This Neo problem will still be with us unless we find some allies in Rome. Frenchie are you there yet?

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    1. Frenchie went to Rome without us??

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  3. ARISE, CATHOLIC SOLDIERS! THE ENEMY IS AT THE GATE! Onward, Christian Soldiers! DEFEND OUR CHURCH!

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  4. The dragon has awakened and is roaring fire!
    FANOGGE KATOLIKUS!
    SEND HON A CLEAR MESSAGE THAT WE WANT HIM OUT OF OUR WAY SO THAT WE CAN HAVE OUR TRADITIONAL CHURCH BACK; THAT RMS NEEDS TO BE SHUT DOWN; AND APURON NEEDS TO BE DEFROCKED. UNTIL THAT HAPPENS,
    WE WILL CONTINUE TO MARCH FOR TRUTH, JUSTICE AND TRANSPARENCY!!!

    ANN A.

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  5. And Jeff will be lonely all his adult life. Standing all alone praying the Rosary and melting away with tears. Jeff was naive enough to believe all would be well that Saturday night in the Cathedral. Hon approved and appointed ; brother priests offered him up. Poor Jeff.

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    1. what was the meaning of Fr.Jeff standing alone on the side walk praying the Rosary.? He looks like a guy melting down under pressure. Fr.Jeff serving as delegate is not easy. I suggest you retire return to FD school.
      No capacity to make balanced decesions.

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    2. I hope that Father Jeff now realizes that Father Mike Crisostomo is Truly Loved by many people on Guam, not only by his Parishioners, His Family, and His Adopted Family in Barrigada and Toto!

      You can have our love too, Father Jeff, if you will support the True Katolikus and the Catholic Churches on Guam.

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    3. No. He was not alone. He prayed for us, we prayed for him.

      I am in complete disagreement with how he conducted the actions of the archdiocese last week, but today, he was a priest - he was pastoral. No other priest has come out to pray with and for us like he has. That give me much hope.

      Jose Martinez

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    4. A month or so ago Fr. Jeff made an impassioned homily about the importance of integrity. I think he is trying to practice integrity while at the same time being obedient. In his current position this is difficult. It's a difficult dilemma for all the priests with a conscience. And remember all the non-NCW priests are very vulnerable right now. I respect and admire Fr. Jeff. He is really trying to do his best to be a Christ-like priest in a diocese in shambles. I wish I had the strength and courage to display the same level of integrity as him.

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    5. Please, never again criticize someone praying the rosary, particularly a priest.

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    6. Sorry, but Jeff's complicity is why we are where we are. And if it's true he turned in Fr. Mike to save his own skin, them praying the rosary does not make him off limits. Hope he will wake up.

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  6. We must continue to show our strong support for Fr. Mike who always stands with us in our struggle for truth and justice.
    Hon, your cover has been exposed. As with Apurun and Pius the Putrid, your only option is to flee so you can "speak with your superiors". Stop this whole charade! We are not the clueless vassals that you wish us to be!!
    Ann A.

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  7. We might have to appeal directly to the Holy Father. Who wants to join me on a trip to Rome?

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    1. Trust me. That's already been done. More than once and at a very high level. Let me repeat. Do not look to Rome. Do not look to Rome. Do not look to Rome. Rome is overcome by wolves. Benedict said so. And Francis is on the run. Christ will not abandon his Church, even if the shepherds do.

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    2. I hope that was a refundable ticket!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    3. So, basically, everything that happened in the Archdiocese of Agana was the responsibility of the Neocatechumenal Way and it is possible to prove it? Do you know exactly what are the terms of a contract between Vatican and the Neocatechumenal way in this "priest trade business"? I mean, if the Neocatechumenal Way provide the priests for Vatican's needs, who is responsible if the Neocatechumenal priest screw up? For example, Filoni, Hon, O'Mally, Apuron and Camacho are the Neocatechumenal priests by their education (RMS) or later conscious affiliation. Now, let's take the case of Apuron, who abused at least 5 children in Guam, belonging to USA. Compare that case with the one of Trump, and you will see that in the charges for the child sexual abuse in the USA, one victim can ask 100 millions of dollars. Apply that kind of justice to Apuron, and you come out with conclusion that Apuron should pay to his 5 victims around 500 millions of dollars. Now, if Vatican complains to the Neocatechumenal Way that they have sold to them "rooten item", who would need to pay that amount (hypothetically speaking), the Catholic Church or the USA branch of the Neocatechumenal Way itself?

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    4. I want to join you, from my home, 10 miles away from the Vatican. Forgive me if my trip will cost you a little bit more then mine. But I will bring Pope Francis my book: "Kiko Arguello, saint or impostore?" (Around 400 pages; published by editor "Segno" and available end of october. If you come, but Tim thinks "Thats already been done", I will mobilize through our blog in Rome a whole army to back you.

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    5. Eather Pope Francis will act now, or the Kikos have on him a undue
      influence.

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    6. Guam catholics must re take back their church or ncw will take over Guam. please understand what Tim writes. The intention from day one was to take over the island Church. Apuron handed ncw the opportunity on a plate. Now it is a fight for power. people of Guam it is your island only you can now rise up and stop the evil cult.

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    7. What do you mean by "Francis is on the run"?

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    8. Dominican. The diocese in which they are incardinated.

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    9. 7:02. Do you know why he stays in the guest house and not the papal apartments? It has nothing to do with humility. Frenchie knows more. Meanwhile, keep marching.

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    10. Frenchie, why does Francis stay in the guest house and not the papal apartments? We are curious ;-)

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    11. Just supposing (for the sake of an argument) we are successful with our constant protests and badgering to get Hon to the point of him saying to himself “To hell with this mess! This is too much for me! I’m outta here!” and decides to heed our demand (“Hon; go home!), and does so – who will take over the leadership role in the archdiocese then? David G. Quitugua (since he is still Vicar General; he never was “stripped” of that title and Apuron is still (on the books as Archbishop of Agana)? Fr Jeff San Nicolas whom AB Hon appointed his Delegate? Cardinal Filoni himself who said he’s the boss of RMS to step in and take over the archdiocese as well? Not Fr Mike since he’s got no current title in the archdiocese to hand the helms over to him? Another Apostolic Administrator to replace Hon? Will we be jumping from the frying pan into the fire? Would we be worse off than when we started? These may be meant as rhetorical questions, but….. worth asking!

      I’ll continue to call for “Hon, go home!”, but then I also ask “Then what?” Tim may be very right in saying “Don’t look to Rome! Don’t look to Rome! That’s been done already more than once at a very high level.” Of course, I don’t know about that because I don’t have any level of intel (inside info), but just as a piece of info to this ignorant fella, ‘when did that happen?’ Who/What in Rome did we go to? The Pope? A Congregation? And why did the attempts fail? Rome itself (the Vatican bureaucracy) may be complicit in this; I wouldn’t rule that out! God forgive me for saying this, but perhaps Pope Francis himself my be complicit! SO TO WHOM SHALL WE GO TO TO RECLAIM OUR CHURCH?

      As far back as before CCOG was formally formed, I advocated as a last resort a pilgrimage of our Laity to Rome to request a private audience with the Pope and take this up with him personally. Is this idea completely out of the question?” [NO; I myself can't go - but maybe others can.]

      Bottom line – as in the Gospel, we read – “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” Peter, in asking, answered his own question! You, O Lord, have the words of eternal life! My reading of this? We have Him; we turn to Him in prayer and in supplication! But many would look upon “prayer thing” as a sign of weakness; too wimpy! I would urge that as we continue our actions of protesting, we supplement it HEAVILY with prayer.

      I again end this writing with an admonition that I had been often inserting with my writings: “If My people, who are called by My Name shall HUMBLE themselves, and PRAY, and SEEK MY FACE, and TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS – then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sins – and WILL HEAL THEIR LAND.” (2 Chronicles 7:14)

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    12. Joe, your thoughtful comments are greatly appreciated. And yes, we need to turn to the Lord in humility.

      We also need to do our duty and speak out when things are not right.


      The following quote is from Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address:

      "With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations."

      We are in a war for our faith. We march on in prayer.

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  8. Tim that is why Benedict resigned. Too much to handle the big monster.

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  9. P.S. However feel free to go to Rome. It will still be funZ

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  10. There are many ravens and wolves in Vatican. The Way was in Vatileaks with Benedict XVI. There were neo-friendly cardinals on papers. Cañizares, Rouco...and some neo lay's names. Of course, Kiko and the most powerful lay man in catholic Church, Mr. JL Mendoza, the unmentionable. Kiko tried to make him consider leaving the NCW, since the moment he has so many enemies, although he has also great friends and he is the most successful donor for the Peter's Pence.
    Dominican Soul, those are quicksand fields.
    Dangerous. Very dangerous.
    Pope Francis said one of the main things He wanted to research was the finantial incomes from neos and Mendoza's for the catholic Church. But anyword has been published yet about it.
    Once I said I pray for this man will never put an eye in Guam, but I am not sure he had not already done it, since the moment by his bussiness, catholic university, he reaches many high level agreements for on line learning, etc. I know he has agreements with RM Seminary in the diocese of the first pure neocatechumenal bishop in Callao, Mons. Del Palacio.
    That man moves in the highest level with the most powerful people in the world. Capital letters.

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    1. LaPaz, are you saying that the Neocatechumenal Way could be connected with the power structure such as, for example, the Bilderberg group?

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  11. no, ncw is not a structure similar to trilateral or Bilderberg. More important is the question card.Filoni. He is one of the leading diplomats (nuncios) in the Vatican, with Secretary of State Parolin, Baldisseri and Viganò in Washington d.c. Filoni is one of the cardinal that has divided the Italian group in the conclave. Italians, Poles and the Spaniards wanted to elect Cardinal. Scola or Cardinal Scherer, the northern Europeans and the cardinals of the Americas Card. Bergoglio. But Filoni has divided Italians (who are the most numerous in the conclave) becoming one of the big voters of Bergoglio. Sorry for my english.

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    1. So what is the true story behind the "Pope Francis's story"?

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    2. Benedict warned of "the wolves." Francis is well aware of them. Let's just say he considers himself to be "safer" in the guest house.

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  12. After the invasion of progressive bishops on the hierarchical position during the papacy of Francis, the traditional Catholics have impression that he himself is one of "the wolves", or at least that he is willing to dance with them. There is another inconsistency in the logic: the mainstream medias just love Pope Francis and rarely show any critical attitude towards him, while the traditional Catholics live reality in which they are constantly criticized and persecuted. Moreover, the medias have proclaimed Francis being the most popular leader in the world. That much they like him! As for the traditional Catholics, they know that if the world likes you, it is not a good sign. Briefly, all this makes the Francis's role quite difficult to understand for an average Catholic.

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