Monday, April 17, 2017

MORE GEMS FROM KIKO

Posted by Chuck White


We've previously discussed Kiko Argüello's exhortation to his followers to "walk away from the parishes" if their pastors did not permit the Neocatechumenal Easter Vigil to be celebrated. There are several more gems to be found in his recent Easter missive, however. Read more.

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  1. Kiko Arguello: the result of the conflict and synthesis of opposites. In his “Easter Announcement 2017” we read:
    1)"Today I am for you the Virgin who is giving birth to Jesus Christ in you, gestating in you the Son of God"
    2) "I wish it were true that we are converted, me first! The conversion"

    Is Kiko for them the Virgin who needs conversion?

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  2. This is a classic example of an egomaniac with a messiah complex.

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  3. The Spanish version of Kiko's Easter Announcement just arrived in my inbox. Read it here.

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  4. Yup. Kiko has lost it.

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    1. How can he lose what he never had. Kiko is a fake, an imposter, a deceiver, a wanna be, he is nothing more than a heretical teacher who has deceived many to follow him, including bishops and cardinals and has gotten rich from the proceeds of vulnerable individuals.

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  5. Shows you how terminally stupid Kiko's sycophant Neocats are. The collective IQ of his 1.1 million groupies can't be over 3.7.

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    1. The NCW cult members are victims, many of them are in vulnerable situations, and the NCW uses this to exploit these unsuspecting victims, luring them to join the NCW. Once they are in, the NCW manipulates them with guilt and fear so that they will not be able to leave, most of these victims are trapped.

      We should pray for them.

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    2. Kikobots are exactly like the idiots homo psycho Jim Jones massacred in Guyana. They just drank his poisoned Kool-Aid, then laid down and died for their satanic idol.












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    3. In addition, neither the so called "statutes" nor the real church authorities in any diocese allow the possibility of releasing members from the hold and tie that has been put on them. This should be done by a letter containing the member's name and the availability of such letters should be publicised by all dioceses including those where the "way" is "not currently welcomed" as well as those where it "is".

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