Friday, September 29, 2017


During my private meeting with Archbishop Hon in January of 2015 when he was sent here as a "visitator," it was immediately clear to me that Hon had been sent to Guam with two orders: 1) shut down the dissent, and 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way. 

At Hon's meeting with the clergy a couple days later, Hon left no doubt about his script: 1) shut down the dissent, and 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way. During the meeting, one member of the clergy texted: "We're SOL." 

Upon Hon's return to Guam in June of 2016 as Apostolic Administrator, it was immediately clear that Hon had been given the same marching orders: 1) shut down dissent, 2) save the Neocatechumenal Way, and now there was a third: discredit all claims of sex abuse against Apuron. 

Number 3 was made abundantly clear when Hon addressed the diocese at St. Anthony's parish at a special meeting on June 9. He completely avoided any mention of the allegations against Apuron, which at that point were from Roy Quintanilla, Doris Concepcion, and Walter Denton. Roland Sondia would come forward the following week.

At a prayer service a few days later, as if to mock Apuron's accusers, Hon specifically mentioned allegations against clergy which he said turned out to be unproven. And on Sunday, June 12, 2016, Hon made his intent to protect Apuron, and by extension, the neocats, visible, by publicly ignoring Walter Denton on the steps of the Cathedral before Mass. 

Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai greets Catholic Protesters in Guam from Undercover Neo on Vimeo.

(At about 00:35 Walter Denton can be seen telling the priest with Hon that he wants to talk to him.)

It was clear from the outset that Hon was Filoni's puppet and that he had been given a script he had to stick with. And the fact that Hon, an archbishop with no experience of ever running a diocese, was sent to fix the most troubled diocese in the world, was all the more confirmation that he was only here to run interference for Apuron and preserve the Neocatechumenal Way. 

But there was something Filoni and Hon didn't count on: FACTS. Facts, and people willing to stand up to the Vatican bullies. 

In August of 2016, Hon was finally cornered with those facts by certain lay people at a meeting with the presbyteral council. Hon was cornered. He had no alternative but to admit that Apuron and the neocat hierarchy had conspired against the faithful of the Archdiocese of Agana and had covered the conspiracy with the most remarkable lies - the same lies that recently appeared in the dutiful groveling of a fourth rate Italian version of the Enquirer which still reports Elvis sightings. 

But Hon's real downfall came when he publicly mocked the bill lifting the statute of limitations. Initially the bill only targeted individuals, not institutions. However, Hon's mockery of the effort led to an angry public hearing and the modification of the bill to hold institutions accountable - since it became evident that doing so would be the only thing which might make Hon finally cast off his Filoni-provided script and face the truth about Apuron and the Gennarini agenda.

Upon the unanimous passage of the bill, Hon immediately sought to appease us by running to Rome to ask for Apuron's resignation.

Full letter

But now that put him directly in the crosshairs of Kiko Arguello and Filoni Baloney. Arguello and Filoni flew into action and got Hon out of Guam PRONTO! - replacing him with a bishop from Detroit who admittedly had no prior knowledge of Guam's problems. 

Upon Byrnes' assignment, Filoni ordered Gennarini to meet with Byrnes before actually going to Guam. I don't know if Gennarini ever got to him, but I know there were several attempts. The assignment of Byrnes was another red flag. Why assign a bishop who knows nothing of Guam to the most troubled diocese in the world? It was easy to see why: 1) the people of Guam historically have respect for "American" authorities, and 2) Filoni and Gennarini saw Byrnes as malleable. 

Byrnes' pastoral and more so his "American" image was meant to disarm us while Filoni and Gennarini would work on him behind the scenes. However, Byrnes soon ran into the same wall called FACTS that Hon ultimately ran into, and it wasn't too long before Byrnes publicly declared Apuron a "DISASTER."

So now Byrnes is in Filoni and Kiko's crosshairs. However, Byrnes is not in the same position as Hon who is an employee of the Curia and only appointed temporarily. Byrnes is a coadjutor bishop with full rights of succession to the episcopal chair of this diocese once it is declared "vacant."

In short, Byrnes is not under Filoni's authority or control. To remove him would require a canonical process similar to Apuron's. Of course, the pope can still act unilaterally, albeit in contradiction to canon law, and who knows, maybe Byrnes would much rather go back to Detroit. (Who could blame him.) 

All of this intrusion by Filoni, Kiko, and Gennarini, including the recent so-called "demotion" of Hon to nuncio to Greece, is a loud declaration that Apuron is NOT INNOCENT. For if he was, it would have simply been declared and there would not be the very obvious great panic to deflect, deny, discredit and destroy - which is the neocat calling card. 

Maybe the Red Pope, (aka Filoni) should spend some time in the Sistine chapel staring at the back wall. 

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