Canadian pastor warns U.S. of coming tyranny
December 2021 – Polish-Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski made headlines earlier this year after a viral video showed him chasing away Canadian authorities who had interrupted his church’s Easter weekend services.
The next month, in May, the Calgary Police Service arrested both Pawlowski and his brother David for violating local health orders and holding worship services that were termed “illegal gatherings” by Canadian authorities. The brothers were released, but the drama is far from over.
Pawlowski had been visiting the U.S. for months on a speaking tour, but upon arriving home to a Calgary airport on September 27, he was arrested immediately after deboarding the plane.
Global News reported that his charges related to “failing to wear a face covering (March 13) and disobeying a court order (June 5).” If convicted, Pawlowski could spend up to four years behind bars.
During a recent Fox News appearance, Pawlowski said, “I came to the United States with a simple warning: You’re next.”
globalnews.ca, 9/28/21; afn.net, 10/5/21