Monday, September 12, 2016

WE ARE GONG TO LET THE PRESS BREAK THE STORY

Posted by Tim

Meanwhile, get down to the legislature at 10 am and support the bill.

We may have to wait for the evening news for the story to break - to which the significance of the blue Corvair I will make known. Meanwhile, here's some notes.

The story, which will break sooner or later, will underscore WHY the bill lifting the statute of limitations must include institutional liability. 

As we are now aware, per the testimony of Leo Tudela, the sexual abuse, molestation, and rape of young children by certain members of the clergy goes back to the 1950's. And per the statement of Fr. Louis Brouillard, we are now aware that the abuse was widespread and constant, since he admitted to abusing more boys than he could count. 

The upcoming story will introduce us to another member of the clergy whose name hasn't been mentioned yet. He is deceased. But apparently notorious, and...tied to Apuron. 

Our diocese is too small for the hierarchy not to have known what was going on, and going on for decades. In fact, while we can't know for sure (yet) that the recruitment of boys and young men for sexual favors was systematic, we can be very sure that the cover-up was, thus enabling the existence and practice of these predatory monsters. 

And further, there is serious speculation that Apuron was made bishop precisely to keep this sex syndicate going. 

September is suicide awareness month. I wonder how many of those boys took their own lives. 

Pics from Saturday's motorcade:








13 comments:

  1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 12, 2016 at 10:45 AM

    Thank you, Tim. Well said. Widespread. Systematic. Cover-up. What have those monsters done to our Church?

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  2. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 12, 2016 at 10:48 AM

    Thank you for the motorcade photos. If I lived on the island, I would have been part of it ... and the Sunday morning pickets.

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  3. Perhaps the signs should include Defrock, Apuron, Quitugua, Cristobal. If we are to work towards curing this cancer in the church, we have to cut out all the malignant tumors. Cristobal and Quitugua are not just innocent bystanders, they are complicit in Apuron's reign of terror. BTW, Get rid of Alberto as he was also vice chancellor for large portion of Apuron's stint, the one common denominator with all these guys are they are all NEOS!!!! What further proof does Hon, Rome or the World needs that this cult is evil, and propagates division, covers up criminal acts, teaches heretical doctrines, and is out to destroy the Church Christ established, performing its evil work from within the church.

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 12, 2016 at 1:35 PM

      Just in my readings from JungleWatch this summer, my observation (and I wrote about this observation in one of my comments) is that the leadership of the local Church is comprised primarily of NCW followers, including pastors of some parishes who seem intent on exerting their NCW practices as a mainstream practice in those parishes. Which led me to think that additional presbyters will be ordained out of the seminary program of the RMS, who will then be assigned to be presbyters at parishes whose pastors are non-NCW followers. Then slowly all the parishes on the island will be under the assignment of NCW presbyters. I wouldn't be surprised if that was part of the grand scheme of stealthily converting the island from traditional Catholicism to NCW. The good thing is that there is an awareness of this "trend" and efforts are being made by the true Katolikus to thwart the progression on this NCW take-over.

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  4. Just be reminded : there are tons of faithful who are not informed, misinformed or who could care less. Sorry, really necessary to sign anonymous. Let's not lose those working on the inside. Keep praying for each other; even though even that can seem hollow.

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  5. If legislature comes up short of the necessary support, what kind of future does island culture, society have left? Watch carefully.

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  6. Hey Tim, all this shit you write,getting these people to lie for you,maybe 500,000 Lie, you need to get investigated,and get sued!! yeah that donate money? or the rich backups you got,who Dick you sucking.

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    1. all you neos are sick and pathetic

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    2. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)September 12, 2016 at 2:10 PM

      ... and are unable to formulate proper or coherent sentences.

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    3. @anon 12:26 Based on you incoherent English, sounds like you sucking on someone dick at the moment.

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  7. Now that the Neos know they are cornered all they can do is strike back with FORK TONGUES..

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  8. Anon @12:26 PM, Who Engligh you, stupid ass, another neo calling victims of abuse liars. We know your MO, could smell you from afar. Hard to accept that your beloved serial molester in the news again huh?

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  9. systemic as well as systematic- or are they one and the same thing-i dont think so-and this is the scary thing - Guam ,it is irrefutable, has been beleagured all these past decades, just like the whole Catholic geographic world - telling times, now more than ever before , in the war.

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