Earlier this month, Celine Dion launched a clothing brand for children of neutral genre in collaboration with Nununu called CELINUNUNU. She announced the launch through a video of launching in which she enters a hospital nursery and blaze black on newly born babies, dressed in pink and blue. Miraculously, her clothes are transformed into black and white: they unscrew their clothes until they are no longer imbued with gender colors. But, according to the Catholic pastor and the exorcist Mons. John Esseff of Pennsylvania a long time ago, the brand new Dion and the corresponding video are "definitely Satanic."
"People behind it are influencing children to the disorder," said Esseff to the National Catholic Registry. "This is definitely satanic. There is a mind behind: an organized mindset. CELINUNUNU, however, is considered a brand that" frees children from traditional child roles and allows young people to grow equal values with the freedom to strengthen their own personality power based on mutual respect ".
Esseff, whose position is that "the way in which the gender thing spreads is demonic," he is not alone. When CELINUNUNU first fell he received mixed reviews. Some were excited by the trendy trend line in which they consider the right direction, while others expressed their dissatisfaction. Shortly after Dion announced the brand, Fox News transmitted a segment in which they said that CELINUNUNU's video had "disturbing symbolism". The national catholic writer Patti Armstrong, who first arrived at Esseff, seems to agree, writing that "the hidden themes about children are disturbing [sic]"and urging readers to join her to pray for children made using CELINUNUNU.
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Esseff, who carried out exorcisms in Scranton, PA for more than 40 years, argues that the "demonic dimension" of CELINUNUNU is profound, despite the company's insistence that its goal is "to allow [children] to be who they are, so that their choices are driven by their own true essence and free spirit, beyond stereotypes or any norm. "
It seems that the idea of empowerment of the brand is the idea of this exorcist of demonic possession.