(Natural News) Pastor Artur Pawlowski recounts his experience with the Canadian brand of tyranny during his appearance in the “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams on Brighteon.TV.
The Canadian preacher, who hails from Poland, tells the Brighteon.TV founder about the “great evil” happening in Canada. Pawlowski says the draconian Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) health restrictions in the country are never about the people’s health at all.
Pawlowski first made headlines in May 2021 after he and his brother Dawid were arrested by the Calgary Police Service (CPS) for conducting a worship service. A May 8 CPS statement said that the Pawlowski brothers were “arrested and charged with organizing an illegal in-person gathering.” The statement further alleged that the pastor “chose to ignore requirements for social distancing, mask wearing and reduced capacity limits for attendees.”
The pastor provides an update on the status of his court case. He says: “I am facing right now, if the judge wants to throw a whole book at me, four years in prison.”
Pawlowski also denounces the guilty verdict slapped on him and Dawid. “Me and my brother have been found guilty, believe it or not, for civil contempt – even though the court order has never been personally given to me,” he says.
In addition, Pawlowski shares how the CPS used underhanded tactics to arrest and charge him with a criminal offense following his return from the U.S. state of Montana. He says that the plane he was in was diverted to the customs building of Calgary International Airport, where CPS officers had already been waiting for him.
“When I arrived, I have been charged criminally this time for officiating a church service. Not for smuggling bombs, planning a terrorist attack, raping, murdering or stealing – but for officiating a church service.”
The pastor adds that friends and family members who came to the airport to greet him have been prohibited from approaching. Pawlowski says this was to ensure that no one would see how he was arrested. However, an American pilot has captured footage of Pawlowski being taken into custody.
“There will be a sentencing for my civil contempt charge and a trial for my newest charges, this time criminal,” he tells the Health Ranger. (Related: Expert raises concerns about coronavirus restrictions following arrest of Canadian pastor.)
Pawlowski: Tyranny not a matter of if, but when
“I decided to come to the [U.S.] and tell my story with a very straightforward warning to all of you. Listen to what is happening to me. Look what they are doing to us free Canadians. If they’re doing this to us, they’re going to do this to you as well. It’s not a matter of if, but when,” Pawlowski says. (Related: Dr. Steven Hotze slams Canadian authorities over arrest of pastor for holding a service – Brighteon.TV.)
Adams then asks: “The whole world is watching this … and wondering whether Canada has become North Korea or communist China. How much of this do you think has to do with the fact that you lead a Christian congregation versus just any other kind of gathering?”
The pastor replies that his arrest and prosecution is “100 percent” linked to his leadership of a Christian congregation. Pawlowski says: “The government wants to be God just like in North Korea and China.” He adds that the “great evil” in the form of tyranny set to take over Canada’s free democracy integrates a lot of components from communism, socialism and fascism.
Pawlowski’s comments during his Oct. 12 “Health Ranger Report” interview echoed his sentiments following his May 2021 arrest. The pastor said that time: “It’s horrible, [it’s] a repetition of history. I grew up behind the Iron Curtain, I’ve seen the police abuse [their] power. I escaped communism and Poland because I wanted to come to a country that is free.”
He laments seeing the situation he escaped from occur in the country he immigrated to. “Here we are again, repeating the same mistakes, the same history. And I have to stand up and fight for my rights – not for doing evil, [but] for just opening the church for the people that freely want to come and worship,” Pawlowski continues.
The pastor ultimately tells Adams the underlying reason behind the COVID-19 restrictions used to justify his arrest and prosecution.
“The very people that are doing this to us, they themselves do not care about the restrictions and the mandates that they are implementing. We know that this has nothing to do with health,” Pawlowski says.
“If they do not care about the restrictions themselves when the cameras are not rolling or when the pictures cannot be snapped, that tells you this has nothing to do with the safety of the people, it has nothing to do with health. It has everything to do with a communistic takeover, plain and simple.”
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