Peaceful Rally… tuloy-tuloy na!

Dec 20, 2015 ORLANDO, FLORIDA

PEACEFUL RALLY SA LOKAL NG FLORIDA USA!!

ISA NA NAMANG LOKAL SA USA ANG NAGSAGAWA NG PEACEFUL RALLY!

ITO AY ANG MGA KAPATID SA LOKAL NG FLORIDA USA, NOONG NAKARAANG PASALAMAT!

TULOY PA RIN SILA, KAHIT NAPALIGIRAN NG SCAN MEMBERS NA PILIT  ITAPON ANG KANILANG MGA PLACARDS!

MGA PANANAKOT AT INTIMIDASYON NG IGLESIA, PERO WALANG BISA SA MGA KAPATID SA USA!

KUDOS SA MGA DEFENDERS SA LOCALE OF FLORIDA!

 

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Nov 22, 2015 San Jose California

 

 

 

 

Nov 22, 2015 – Los Angeles California

A peaceful rally was also held in Los Angeles California!

 

 

 

Nov 22, 2015 – Temecula California Announcement:

Re-post :We are holding another peaceful vigil this weekend! All silent efenders are welcome. We know that the district has assigned their minions to expect us in other venues. We will hold the vigil in the locale of Temecula. It is on a main street and very visible. This will be historic because some defenders who are ready to remove the mask will do so this coming Sunday!

Other districts will also hold simultaneous peaceful rallies to continue their protest against the clear presence of corruption in the church no matter how they deny it. Let us join ..

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NOV 2, 2015 – Anaheim California

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Sept 27th USMO Burlingame Cali

 

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August 2015 USMO Rally Interview

 

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JULY 26 USMO Burlingame CALIFORNIA

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Peaceful Rally… tuloy-tuloy na!”

  1. Mga kapatid ko sa Iglesia, ito ang latest news mula sa America. Sobra na po ang PAGNANAKAW NA GINAGAWA NI EVM AT JUN SANTOS. Sana po gising na kayo, tama na po ang tulog at magkaisa po tayo na labanan ang kasamaan nangyayari sa Loob ng INC, dahil po sa masamang leader natin an si EVM po at sa tulong po ni Jun Santos na isa po sa Dummy ni EVM. Si Ka Jun Santos po ang tiga kolekta ng perang Cash tuwing matatapos po ang pagsamba sa bawat lokal sa America po. Ito po ang mga sumbong sa kanila.

    American former minister reports alleged tax fraud to IRS

    LOS ANGELES—A former Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) minister has reported the sect, its executive minister Eduardo Manalo and auditor Glicerio Santos Jr. to the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax fraud.
    American Vincent Florida, a 65-year-old former minister in the INC Northern Virginia congregation, told the Inquirer he filed his report, in IRS form 3949A, for failure to pay taxes in August this year. As of press time, the IRS has not yet opened an investigation.
    IRS form 3949A is used for reporting suspected tax fraud, including false exemptions or deductions, kickbacks, false or altered document, failure to pay tax, unreported income and organized crime.

    Florida left INC on July 30 following allegations of corruption in the sect and abduction of ministers critical of the INC leadership.
    Florida claimed that only checks received as offerings from members during biweekly worship services were deposited in the bank.
    He said the congregations were asked to convert cash collection into $100 bills and turn over the money to district auditors.

    Remitted 4 times a year
    The district auditors remitted the cash to Santos during pastoral visits, he added.
    “Cash was being skimmed off without record keeping,” Florida said. “They’re forcing good people to do bad things.”
    He said the Mid-Atlantic district alone, which included his former congregation, turned over about $150,000 in cash to Santos four times a year for the past six years.
    “The cash just disappeared,” Florida said. “Mid-Atlantic is the smallest in INC’s eight districts. Can you just imagine? We’re talking millions of dollars from the congregations, with no paper trail. They’re circumventing the tax laws of the United States.”
    In Manila, INC spokesperson Edwil Zabala on Saturday said the INC leadership would respond to Florida’s allegations “in due time and in the proper forum.”

    “As of this moment, we have not received a copy of the supposed complaint. We do not wish to speculate either on its content or the motive behind it,” Zabala said.
    “United in our faith in the Almighty and in the fairness of the justice system, we assure the public that we will cooperate with the proper authorities. We are one with you in the desire for truth,” he said.
    “We call on our brethren to continue praying for the enlightenment of nonmembers who wish to create division within the church. We likewise appeal to the public for restraint and circumspection,” he said.

    “Lastly, we urge everyone to resist the temptation for speculation, as it will serve no higher purpose than fuel hatred and division,” he said.
    Private plane
    Florida alleged that Manalo, Santos and other INC leaders managed to stay under the radar for years because they carried the cash on a private plane that they used for their regular pastoral visits to the United States.
    “They didn’t have to go through the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) and customs,” he said.
    Florida said he also received information that the plane, an Airbus, had taken the INC leaders to the Cayman Islands and Switzerland.

    “I cannot attest to that, but that’s what I heard,” he said. “If the authorities want to investigate, there’s a way to check the (airplane’s) destinations.”
    Florida, a former Catholic, was recruited into the sect by a coworker in New York. He was baptized in 1978. He went to the Philippines to study INC doctrines from 1982 to 1987.
    “I joined INC because of the purity of the doctrines,” he said. “That’s why I feel so violated.”
    Offerings down 50%
    Florida claimed that many INC members feel the same way, which, according to him, explains the large decrease in offerings.
    He said that just before he left his congregation on July 30, the offerings had gone down by 50 percent.
    Members have also been joining protest rallies, he said.
    On Nov. 22, scores of former and current INC members, many of them masked, held coordinated rallies in front of the INC church in Historic Filipinotown in Los Angeles and in front of the INC main office in Burlingame in Northern California.
    The protest actions were held during the INC Sunday morning services. With a report from Tina G. Santos…

    Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/743367/inc-leaders-face-us-raps#ixzz3soXKxN00

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  2. I was wondering. How can EVM afford to buy a mansion in Forbes Park. House in Forbes Parks, cost billion pessos. Where did he gets the money to buy this. Maybe Edwil Zabala, the spokes person of EVM knows the answers. Or u will answers in the proper forum. Sa madaling salita, magiisip kang sasabihin.

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  3. In year 2014, Isaias Samson, Jr. passed by Guam and had SCAN members gave him a tour of the islands! He ate lots and voraciously like a crocodile! This is the expelled minister who once headed the Foreign Mission but was later demoted as Editor-In-Chief for corrupt handling and functioning in his office!

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  4. When Isaias Samson, Jr. was still young, he looked like Icabud Crane for he was very slim! We called him as “Tancho Tique” because his hair was over-indulging with Japanese pomade! But he now looks as the “Lolong Croc” from the Agusan marsh! Full of fat from sweats and toil of the true brotherhood whom he now despise!

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