Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski lashed out last week at a team of Canadian police officers who descended upon his church during Holy Week. The entire scene was captured on video that has since gone viral with several praising the minister for taking a stand against the cornavirus"Gestapo."
Pawlowski's church is located in Calgary, Alberta, where attendance for religious services is currently capped by law at 15% capacity. The video does not show, nor has any evidence surfaced to say how many were present at the time of the apparent police raid.
Pawlowski, who immigrated to Canada from Poland, posted the video on his own Facebook page, describing the entire episode as "unbelievable."
Calling the officers "thugs, goons, the brown shirts, the Gestapo wannabe dictators," Pawlowski warns other believers in the video.
"Coming to the church armed with guns and tasers and handcuffs to intimidate during Passover celebration? Well, I guess that's what it is, they want to enslave us all like the Egyptians did," Pawlowski said. "They want to be the pharaohs of today, that's what they're doing. Unbelievable. People, if you don't stand up, wake up, I don't know what will happen tomorrow."
🔦 Disrupting a church service is a crime in Canada.