Death of…

In Britain, the execution of a two-year-old boy will take place on Monday.

Alfie Evans is in a hospital with an undiagnosed disease. He is “in a coma.” Parents publish films that show how a child yawns, stretches, sucks a teat, opens his eyes to his parents’ voice and responds to stimulation, despite the huge doses of sleep-inducing drugs administered to him by the hospital.

The hospital claims that “in the best interest” of the boy will kill him. Parents disagree, so the hospital sued their parents for revoking their rights. The court ordered the child to be killed. At the boy’s bed, the police are standing day and night so that their parents cannot “kidnap” their son for treatment elsewhere.

The British hospital that connects the child is Alder Hey in Liverpool, known for scandals (controversial deaths of children, cutting out organs without parents’ knowledge and consent:

Tens, hundreds, and sometimes over a thousand people are protesting at this hospital every day, demanding the release of Alfie. The boy’s parents, Kate and Tom, come with passports in their hands. Only parents have only partial access to their son from the whole family – sometimes, for a moment, under the supervision of the police. The father of the child, Thomas Evans, was banned from touching his son under the threat of arrest for assault.

Evans went to the Pope to plead for help in saving his son. She asks for asylum for a family in Italy. Meanwhile, the court has set the date of the child’s execution on the following Monday.

The twin case took place last year. After months of struggling, the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London made it and killed Charlie Gard.

A similar situation took place three years ago. The parents of the boy Aysha King “kidnapped” their child from the British hospital and took him to Switzerland for treatment. They went to prison for it, but the child was saved. It was recently announced that the boy had been completely cured of cancer in Switzerland.

I am asking everyone – especially prayer groups, priests and religious orders – for prayer. Poles in Liverpool and throughout England to protest on the spot as much as they can. I am asking you to continue this information and ask your friends for prayer.

Killing children in hospitals (not only British) is more and more frequent. No idea how to stop it, but protests are necessary.

Film – Alfie opens her eyes, reacts to Father’s voice:

NEW! Photos like a hospital neglects a child (burns, blood, secretions, excreta)

The boy’s defenders’ side:

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