Earlier this month, Celine Dion launched a gender-neutral children's clothing brand in collaboration with Nununu called CELINUNUNU. He announced the release through the launch video where he walked into the hospital nursery and blew black glitter onto the newborn baby, wearing pink and blue. Miraculously, their clothes turned into black and white onesies – making their clothes irregular until they were no longer colored with gender colors. However, according to Catholic priests and past exorcists Monsignor John Esseff of Pennsylvania, the new brand Dion and the corresponding video are "definitely demons."
"The people behind this affect children for disorders," Esseff told the National Catholic Register. "This is clearly a demon. There is a mind behind it – an organized mindset. "However, CELINUNUNU considers itself a brand that" frees children from the traditional role of boys / girls, and allows young people to grow in the values of equality with the freedom to strengthen themselves. personality strength based on mutual respect. "
Esseff, whose attitude is that "the way this gender has spread is the devil," not alone. When CELINUNUNU first dropped it received mixed reviews. Some people thrilled with fashion lines moving in what they think is the right direction, while others voice their dissatisfaction. Shortly after Dion announced the brand, Fox News aired a segment where they said the CELINUNUNU video had "disrupted symbolism." List author National Catholic Patti Armstrong, who first reached Esseff, apparently agreed, wrote that "the occult theme in children is disturbing [sic]"and urge the reader to join him in praying for children who are made to wear CELINUNUNU.
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Esseff, who has carried out exorcism in Scranton, PA for more than 40 years, maintains that the "vicious dimension" of CELINUNUNU goes in, despite the company's insistence that their goal is "to allow [children] become who they are, so that their choices are driven by their own true essence and free spirit, beyond any stereotypes or norms. "
It seems that the brand's idea of empowerment is the idea of this possessed exorcist.