These are a few of the comments below regarding the behavior of the protesters. I just listed 21 comments from 21 different people. There are many more who were AGAINST the protesters' behavior. A vast majority of people who made comments are not in the Way, and they do not support the jungle's behavior. Comments who supported the protesters were extremely few. In fact, they are basically the same people. Those who were against these protesters came from a variety of backgrounds and were more in number:
1. Daphanie Ngirachelsau: how rude yelling at him
2. Dennise Marie: This is absolutely appalling to watch. They should be so ashamed of their actions. Yes, we all have freedom to choose to do what we wish, but to conduct yourself in this manner and call yourself a Christian is embarrassing.
3. Doreen Cabrera: Wow! This is just so embarrassing. This is just one of the reasons why catholics have been changing their religions. What in the world!!!
4. Aric Garcia: That is sad, my parents use to say to me in Chamorro " to mai mai gù
Si Jesus" ( god is not sleeping) all I know is that is just wrong.
5. Javier Isidro: I don't feel that these protesters are acting Catholic at all. Just let the guy be. People have the right to practice their own religious beliefs. "The First Amendment" people.
6. Tiarra Jean Tyquiengco: You act of what they're doing is so hypocritical!!! This is not what jesus would do! Shame on you people. Why do you act like that? You may not agree with change or like what you have heard, but is this a way of acting? You do not say such things like this to anyone or act like that, so foolish!
7. Meno Franklin: What gives them the right to go and act like idiots about a person belief especially at the airport. They should go home themselves
8. Shauntay Aflleje: I agree with almost everyone here. Is this how catholics behave? Is this the Hafa Adai spirit? Can you imagine what other visitors who were in the airport at the time were thinking?? Shame of you guys for not only making your faith look bad bit your island as well 😐
9. Mae Taitague: Oh my goodness! Can't believe that was happening at the airport in Guam. Not so nice!
10. Travis Sanchez: Wow how embarrassing from all you elderly people of guam... is this how guam is YOU SHOULD JUST GO HOME AND PRAY LOL TO SDMH...DON'T JUDGE PEOPLE FOR THERE DOINGS AND THE THINGS THEY'VE DONE WE ALL HAVE A REASON FOR THE THINGS WE DO AND WHY WE DO IT... LET HIM BE AND THE THINGS HE BELIEVES IN ALONE MAYBE THAT'S WHY A LOT OF PEOPLE CHANGE THERE RELIGION LOL....SMGDH YOU GUYS NEED JESUS LOL
11. Jazmin Sanchez: SMH 😐 Saying a prayer for all of those protesters. Instead of showing hate, go to church and pray for the guy. My goodness!
12. Darlene Dydasco Camacho: Wow! I am not in any way Neo, but this is so embarrassing. We are not a people with so much hatred we cannot protest in silence and peace. God will provide. Prayer is much stronger. Come on Guam! 😳
13. Angelica Denena: How embarrassing for our people. The first thing those people see are these "protesters", not the beauty of our island and warmth of our people.
14. Lynn Meno Santos: Where was security? They should've been escorted off airport property.
15, Jason F. Cruz: these people need to grow up and stop being a child they need to remember that Guam is a respectful Island we welcome everyone no matter what the situation but to do things like this is what makes Guam look Bad.
16. Theresa Gutierrez-Eustaquio: Oh my goodness, so much hate. That's no way to be a Catholic. It makes me very sad to see that
17, Ralia Marie: I may not be in favor neocatechumenal but this is very shameful.
18. Jennifer Lynn This makes me really sad... No matter what you may disagree with when it comes to the Neocatechumenal Way, this is no way to treat a person .
19. Jade Binx: Wow such shame. Where the hell is airport police at?
20. Joan Ysauo Reseky: Wow I'm not pointing fingers but tis is pretty embarrassing for us as a whole community of mixed islanders. It doesn't matter what church or island whatever ur from or what, tis is our island of paradise welcoming many many different different people no.matter what ethical believes u have. it's the love that makes us unique n the kindness family oriented believes in one unity and so forth. But after watching tis video it scares Me to think that the actually did tis to.tis poor.man. now what he's gonna say about the welcoming committee? My believes is no.matter what church and what not...if u are so called church or god believers then cast out whatever u hears and just go.with ur own believes. Following others in doing tis.is just shameful and it doesn't matter what the guy did.KEEP.UP.THE LOVE FOR.ONE ANOTHER AND DECREASE DA HATE OF.EVERYONE
21. Linda Perez: I'm not Catholic but it seemed rude. They should have protested in silence and from a distance. They were practically in his face and loud. Everyone has a right worship In their own way.
Freedom of expression includes the right to protest. However, there are limits to freedom of expression. One of the reasons why the United States have lost so much of their moral values is because people started looking more at their "rights" and forget their "responsibilities" that comes with those rights. They prefer to have "rights", but no "responsibilities." You have a right to protest, but you have a responsibility to be respectful of other people's rights.
The reason why many do not support these protesters is because of their rude and disrespectful behavior. So, Rome is not listening to the junglefolks. What you see in the video, which was captured on PNC news is not freedom of expression. Going up to a person's face and yelling at him even as he was putting his luggage into the car is harassment.
Kudos to the Gennarinis for turning the other cheek and not retaliating. By following what Jesus has taught, he has gained the support of the majority of Catholics and even non-Catholics on this island. He has shown how a real Christian is supposed to behave.