Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Our Lady Of La Salette Warned Pope Francis On His BREASTFEEDING PROPHECY DOOM! Seven Dead Children This Winter

But woe to them that are with child, and give suck in those days; for there shall be great distress in the land, and wrath upon this people. Luke 21:23

And woe to them that are with child, and that give suck in those days. Mt.24.

A great famine will come. Before the famine comes, children under the age of seven will begin to tremble and will die in the arms of those who hold them. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

Every WINTER Pope Francis ignores the words of Our Lord and advises mothers to breastfeed.

2018: Go ahead and breastfeed the little ones if needed...Pope Francis 

2017: Since the ceremony (The Holy Mass) is a little long, someone’s crying because he’s hungry, the pope said in Italian, referencing the noise of a crying baby. That’s the way it is. You mothers, go ahead and breastfeed, without fear. Just like the Virgin Mary nursed Jesus. Pope Francis

Our Lord and Lady warned: woe to them that are with child, and give suck in those days...children under the age of seven will begin to tremble and will die in the arms of those who hold them.

Here are the stories of the Seven Dead Children:

Jonah Rieben, four, died on January 6, 2018, just hours after first showing symptoms, making him the first child to die from the flu in Ohio this season. The boy who loved to play with his 16 adoptive siblings was born with Noonan syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes heart defects and developmental delays. Doctors are still investigating if his condition contributed to his death. Jonah's older brother, who also suffers from a disorder, is in the hospital with a severe case of the flu.

Nico Mallozzi, 10, of New Canaan in Connecticut, had been sick and bed-bound all weekend during the hockey tournament in Buffalo, New York, forcing him to miss every game.   Eventually, he was hospitalized and diagnosed with Influenza B, which had developed into pneumonia and caused sepsis.  He died on Sunday January 14, 2018, in a Buffalo hospital.   

Zainab Momin, a third-grader of Montgomery, Alabama, died on Tuesday January 16, 2018.   She died in hospital the day her school was closed due to snowy weather.   More details are pending about her specific case and symptoms.   She is the first child to die of the flu in Alabama this season.   

Emily Grace Muth, six, was killed by the flu on Friday January 19, 2018.   She first fell ill on that Tuesday and went to urgent care where she received Tamiflu.   By Friday her breathing was labored and her mother called the ambulance but they said to keep her hydrated and she would be okay within a week.   Hours later she stopped breathing and died.   

Lily Kershaw, 5, died of the flu on January 22 in Nebraska.  She was the first child to die of flu-related causes in the state so far this season, although there have been 21 adult fatalities so far.   More details are pending about her specific case and symptoms.  

Dylan Winnik, 12, died of the flu on Tuesday January 23, 2018.   He fell ill two days earlier and his parents thought he had the common cold because his symptoms were mild.  The seventh-grader died two days later.   Dylan is the first flu death in Palm Beach County, Florida, this season.    

Savanna Jessie, seven, was killed by the flu on Thursday February 1, 2018.   The first-grader was found unresponsive in her Columbus, Indiana, home the morning after she was taken to the hospital where she received treatment but was sent home and put to bed.   She tested positive for influenza B, strep throat and scarlet fever at the time of her death.  Source

More deaths will follow.....

The interesting part of the prophecy is that there will be a famine a great famine that will follow the death of children.....

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