Sunday, October 22, 2017

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS HAROLD?


From a JungleWatch blog post on Oct 29, 2015:


That was the last we saw of Fr. Harold. But now, at least we know where he went "on mission" to:










Personally, I don't have anything against Harold, or most of the "RMS boys." They were sold a bill of goods and probably ended up semi-prisoners. They may still want to get out and don't know how. 

But the fact is that the people of Guam were made to pay at least $17,000 per year for each one of these seminarians. (That's Apuron's number.) Most were at RMS at least 6 years, so, it can be assumed that the faithful of Guam forked over at least $102,000 for Harold's "education," and we hardly got a couple weeks work out of him. 

Perhaps we should send San Francisco an invoice, but then they might soon send us back one for not telling us what they were really getting. Notice that Harold address is an "independent residence." Guess where?


28 comments:

  1. Oh,do not persecute Harold. After all he was a true traveling companion of Bro Tony. Travels to Korea and the Philippines, he needs to follow in Tony's footsteps. Harold is Tony's shoe shine boboy.

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  2. Harold. Chauffeur and personal valet of his Very Mostest Excellency, still wondering what they were chatting about in the Kimchee Kar rolling , rolling, rolling through the hills of Guam. Harold and Tony in the beginnng of the persecutions. Miss the equus, Harold?

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  3. Hmmm. Tony and Harold both in SF, and Harold at an "independent residence."

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    1. If Harold is in San Francisco, his independent residence might be the house listed as the NCW center, a 2-story house in the heavily Hispanic Mission District.

      Early this year, private investigators found Apuron living with a Bank Of Guam branch Manager named Quitugua and her family in a $600,000+, 5-bedroom house in Fairfield, around 50 miles North of San Francisco (Solano County). I don't know if he's still hiding there.

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  4. If not with bro. tony in Daly City, (in the bay area)he is jet-settinng around the Chamorro clubs in th mainland. Chelus, be alert of Neos lurking to form communities in your areas. Be inform and be on the look out! Just saying.

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    1. The population of cold, foggy Daly City in San Mateo County (not San Francisco County) is primarily Filipino. Most of them are active mainstream Catholics, aside from a tiny mission-type church with no school that's mainly old country Charismatics. There might be a few Neos among them but, so far, the church has been staffed by decent diocesan priests.

      The only Chamorro venues I know of in San Francisco are a small, expensive restaurant in the grimy Mission District and a small Bank of Guam branch Downtown. I don't know of any Guamanian businesses in Daly City.

      There are a few US college-educated Guamanians in my relatively conservative parish, but they're cosmopolitan people who socialize with various ethnic groups, not just Chamorros. I know for a fact that all of them hate Apuron and none of them want to return to Guam.

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  5. That's a lot of money invested while the asset ain't around to do work. It's like-I would be ashamed to take , take , take and leave. A mission impossible. Lesson learn. In the future, I would be very-very careful when donating to the church. This sucks?

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  6. Who fucken care idiots!

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    1. Well hello Harold. I see that even though you are living in the lap of luxury in San Fran, bowing to Bro Tony's every need, it hasn't improved your grammer and punctuation very much.

      You still sound exactly like you did when you were his lackey here on Guam. But courage, I am sure there is at least one person who misses you here. But I don't think Fr OJ is missing you deeply.

      LOL, Harold, you are still just a bad reminder of the RMS system failure. Too bad you weren't able to attend a real school. So sad!

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    2. I'am not Harold dumbass. LMAO

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    3. Real school for GAY seminarian who goes to frat party to be sodomized. LOL

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    4. Oh yes you are dumbass. LMAO

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    5. Harold, Harold, Harold. You still have problems with English. It is either "I am not Harrold, dumbass." Or "I'm not Harold, dumbass."
      But by saying "I'am not Harold dumbass." you are telling us two important truths. First, you didn't pay attention in your Englist class at RMS Yona. Second, you are actually assigning yourself a new name... Harold dumbass.
      Who's the dumbass now, Harold dumbass?
      LMFAO!

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  7. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 23, 2017 at 4:52 PM

    Come on folks. Apurun is still an Archbishop and is entitled to have someone shine his balls and putter, before he plays the Castro District links. What better life than to have a Harold to do your chores?

    Maybe we can send Antonino, Vincenzo, David, Adrianne, Bushu-billygoat, Jucutan, and Kristoff to join the mission in San Fran. California is the place for fruits and nuts, so they would all fit in just fine. The Quituguas might need to buy a few more bunk beds to house them all, but I'm sure the Governor-wanna be President of Bank of Guam wouldn't mind housing all these refugees. She has already condoned housing a refugee from justice at a BOG home.

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    1. Janet, you are crude, but right. Almost.
      All of the guys you list would gladly shine Apuron's golf package...if he had any authority left. As it is now, the only way for Apuron to get shined is by someone who only sees the pectoral cross, so they want to kiss up to him; by one of the guys if they thought he really would get restored to his powerbase in Guam, or if he actually makes a return to power in Guam.
      The last option is too vile to seriously consider. The other two options, well only those priests and their knees know for sure.

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    2. Janet, I'm a cradle Catholic who was born and raised in California.
      My family has been here for over 90 years. You don't know what you're talking about.

      This huge, beautiful, wealthy State is full of highly respectable people. Fools are in the minority. You hear more about them so much because they're always the noisiest.

      The "fruits and nuts" apparently moved to Guam because none of our California Catholic dioceses have been going to hell non-stop for over 30 years and none of our bishops are on canonical or civil chopping blocks. Our abuse issues were settled years ago. paying victims over $1 billion. Adversely affected schools and churches are either recovering or closed. The world's largest English-speaking archdiocese remains Los Angeles, California with over 5 million dynamic Catholics, and it's still growing. Only Sao Paulo, Brazil is larger.

      Bear in mind that St. Patrick's in California is the only US seminary that accepts your RMS disasters in hopes of cleaning them up. Our archbishop and the new seminary Rector are strict academicians and theologians. If the 3 Guamanian seminarians can't get their act together, they'll soon be history in cushy Menlo Park.

      By the way, San Francisco's Castro District is no longer the gay Mecca of yore. Straight, tech-wealthy yuppies and hipsters are buying up all of those $2 million+++ Noe Valley houses. Facebook's multi-billionaire owner Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have a pied a terre there. They gave huge San Francisco General Hospital, the nation's #1 trauma center, $75 million last year and the place was re-named after them. It's ZSFGH now, with more money coming.

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    3. The 3 Guamanians recently sent to St. Patrick's are not RMS products and NOT Neo, which is why they were sent. They had to suffer through an RMS education only because Apuron would not permit anything else, but are not RMS.

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    4. One of those guys was already instituted as acolyte and lector, I think. Will that be done over? San Isidro pArishoner

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  8. Tim, can you arrange to have 6-7 more names of RMS Guam retards added to the list of priests serving in San Francisco? But you better hurry before Abp Cordeleone figures out that Guam has shipped its rotten fruit trash to the left coast!

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    1. Hmmm. Deacon Pedro can cover DOC once he becomes a presbyter? Is this the same Pedro Durango who went with Tony boy back to Colombia the day after ordination and has never been seen again? He was here for 8 years of study and never served one day in Guam after his ordination. I guess this fooled even the normally slick Harold!

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    2. Anon 10/23 @9:00 pm, Cordileone collects idiot priests and eccentric religious no one wants. He accepted Wadeson for San Francisco without question as soon as he was kicked out of Los Angeles with no faculties. If SF laity hadn't pressured him to lose Wadeson, he'd still be at St. Charles Borromeo, a racist old Hispanic church on South Van Ness.

      Borromeo's now-closed grade school was successfully sued for an undisclosed amount a year or so ago after a Black 5th grade boy was repeatedly bullied and beaten up by racist Mexican students. The animals even pulled out his hair! The injured child required psychotherapy and his mother removed him from the decrepit barrio school. To date, not one word of public apology from elitist, unpopular Cordileone.

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    3. Hey Anon 8:09am - Cordeleone was not even bishop of SF when Wadeson was shipped there by Apuron in the early 2000s, so don't hold him responsible for accepting Wadeson. I think Wadeson was in SF for at least a decade before SF even gave him faculties, so even Levada cannot be blamed for Wadeson being in SF. It all falls back to Apuron who knowingly shipped a pedo-priest out of Guam, just like he shipped Fr L Camacho off-island at the first sign of scandal.
      Send them to some unsuspecting diocese, as long as they promise to be good little boys from this point forward.
      That doesn't sound very "zero-tolerance" to me.

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    4. I'm not talking about 2000, you idiot. Cordileone installed Wadeson in San Francisco 3 or so years ago, directly on the heels of him being kicked out of both Los Angeles and Guam.

      I've lived in the San Francisco archdiocese for over 40 years and did special assignments for two of its archbishops for 10 of them. I know every inch of the 3 counties ADSF covers and what goes on in them church-wise. You don't know anything about this rummy place.

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    5. We know Wadeson ran to SF after he fled Guam, but these guys have no need of being installed anywhere. They do what they want, wherever they want. If you're going to call the commenter an idiot, then provide a copy of the directory showing that he was "installed" as I did for Harold.

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    6. You don't need a record. That informatiin is coming directly from an eye witness

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    7. Oh. Okay, Anonymous. Thanks.

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  9. How many seminarians from Guam went to St. Patrick's prior to the 3 who are there now? Because of RMS, West Coast seminaries haven't wanted transfer students from Guam. Mt. Angel in Oregon flatly rejected an applicant from there a year or so ago.

    Mainland applicants can't get into St. Pat's without at least one successful interview with the Archbishop. With neighboring San Jose's men being sent to far more prestigious Mundelein in Chicago now, sounds like Cordileone might be relaxing the rules and accepting known remedial wrecks from RMS without the usual pre-admission interviews.

    Someone said a man who'd done at least 4 years at RMS was demoted all the way back to first-year studies at St. Pat's. If so, RMS had absolutely no saving graces. Unless he's a quick study, that poor dude is going to have a hard time with the tough new Jesuit Rector.








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  10. I know seven of the priests on the San Francisco lists above. Six of them are excellent, one being on staff at my parish.

    The seventh one is an influential homosexual and a gay marriage advocate from the 1970's and 1980's. Credible stories about his social activities are horrifying. He should have been run out of town on a rail decades ago, but he has so much dirt on powerful people still here that they leave him alone. Most of the clergy and laity who had to work with him loathe him, including me, but he's still in public ministry. Pale, pasty and impeccably groomed, the creep has an unforgettable cold and clammy handshake.






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