The Pastor who chased police from his church and called them Nazis in a video that went viral on Easter when his congregation was celebrating Passover, spoke at length about the harassment campaign by the Calgary police over the past year.
“I want to tell people to be Lions and Roar and stand up for their rights, you need to tell people to get out and to leave their homes,” said Pastor Artur Pawlowski (StreetChurch.ca)
It is not the first time Pawloski made waves in Canada:
From Sept 2020 he spoke at a public event, and that got him on the radar.
According to his site, “Polish Christian legal immigrant Artur Pawlowski electrified crowds with his moving and patriotic speech outside of Ottawa’s parliament earlier this month. The Polish building developer-turned-preacher came to Ottawa to speak at a Canada day protest against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s corrupt government and to encourage citizens to unite against communism.
“I have seen the power of unified Poland during the solidarity and I have seen what we can do as people if we will only unite,” Pawlowski encouraged the crowd. The preacher who escaped communism and made his home in Canada detailed his oppressive life under the Soviet communists in Poland and warned that Canada is rapidly turning into a communist state.
Pawlowski observed that the Canadian heritage is being “erased” and citizens need “push back” in order to regain their country:
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“Even in the Middle Ages, the Knights were told to leave their swords outside of the church, but we have lost that honor. I was preparing a message from Exodus where Moses says, let my people go, and I was so mad. It was hard, and I chased them out, ” Pawlowski said.
“You are not allowed to interfere with the Clergyman when he is doing his work, and we are protected by our charter in our Constitution. I could charge them. They could face 5 years. They were looking for people not wearing masks. That is a $100 fine,” he said.
In the video that went viral is Pawloski is heard saying,”Do not come back, you Nazi psychopath, you Communists, you fascists. Don’t you dare come back in here.”
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“I am a Polish immigrant under the Iron Curtin of the Socialists and Communists. They built concentration camps. I have heard the stories; my grandmother was hiding under the bed while another girl was being raped. Depression the level of hopelessness. Communism enslaves people. Poland had a Constitution; the media was corrupt, Pawlowski said, describing life under Communist rule.
“The Muslim Mayor is trying to shut down Christianity in Calgary, They were breaking the law to shut me down, that is why I call them Brown Shirts, and they were acting like wannabe totalitarians,” Pawlowski said.
The host talked to him about the “horrible evil” of living in Calgary under what they felt like was the brown shirts under Hitler.
“Remember that the good German people of Germany were the first ones to go to camps and were mortared. This is a repetition of history and the apathy of the people is shocking. I didn’t think the video would go viral with one Billion people, the most viewed on Earth. People told us that they were waiting for a spark, to stand up for their rights. It was like a cleansing of the temple,” he said.
“People told me that they felt like that video was a cleansing of the spirit. I was surprised.”
“I know why the Communists separate people, because when they come together because we feel stronger coming together. Like when Jesus tells us that we are his sheep. When they come together we find hope and share information and Communists do not like that,” he said. “That is why people have to come together and eventually the totalitarian government will break.”
“Masks are a sign of slavery, to make people feel they are less than, you have no identity and we muzzle because we don’t like what you have to say. They are conditioning us,” he said about masks.
The interview goes on in detail about his Christian point of view on how to beat the Communists, the Covid, and rebuild the church.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776