The New Normal Goon Squad Arrests Heroic Pastor Pawlowski

For the crime of inviting people to a church

Pastor Artur Pawlowski, a resident of Calgary, Canada, has been a thorn in the flesh of Alberta Health Services (which is the equivalent of an American state’s health services) since the Covid pandemic began. Pastor Pawlowski had the temerity to believe that the Canadian Constitution meant it when it said that everyone has a fundamental freedom of conscience, religion, and peaceful assembly. When the government tried to shut him down over a virus with an average 98% survival rate, he vociferously resisted. The government got its revenge yesterday.

Canada has been extraordinarily aggressive in policing its citizens over a virus that has a 98% survival rate. People who have traveled overseas must stay in designated hotels, where they get abysmal service, for prices that would keep someone comfortably at the Ritz in New York, back in pre-Covid days. You can read more about Canada’s eerie police state feel here.

One of the things that most irks the Canadian government, both national and provincial, is church worship. Americans became aware of that thanks to a viral video in April showing Pastor Artur Pawlowski, who grew up in Communist Poland, calling the Canadian police “Nazis” for entering his church and trying to disrupt the service. His crime? Conducting a worship service that exceeded the 15% capacity limit that Canada now imposes on religious worship.

Pastor Pawlowski clearly believed he was entitled to the benefit of the Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, which is an integral part of the Canadian Constitution. Sections 1 and 2 of that charter state in their entirety as follows:

Rights and freedoms in Canada

1 The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

Fundamental Freedoms

Fundamental freedoms

2 Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

  • (a) freedom of conscience and religion;
  • (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;
  • (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
  • (d) freedom of association.

Somewhere along the line, the Canadian government thought that it was a “reasonable limit” to keep 85% of religious people from attending worship in a “free and democratic society” because of a virus with a 98% survival rate. I don’t mean to denigrate those who have died from China’s manufactured virus. I simply want to point out that, in the grand scheme of things, Western societies have managed to make Covid fairly inconsequential.

After their first unsuccessful foray to block worship services, the police came back last week with a warrant to enter Pawlowski’s church and arrest anyone they wanted who refused to leave. Pawlowski again sent them away with a flea in their ear.

The police let Pawlowski conduct a service a week ago Saturday but yesterday they struck. A full congregation appeared at the church, something that must’ve outraged Jason Kenney, who is the premier, or governor, of Alberta province:

When the police arrived, the parishioners kicked them out of the church:

The police got their revenge three hours later, arresting Pastor Pawlowski and his brother as they were heading home after services:

It’s a petty victory but the police are proud of what they have done:

What happened in Canada strongly reminds me of what happened in England in the second half of the 12th century. King Henry II and Thomas Becket had been carousing buddies. However, when Thomas Becket became Archbishop of Canterbury he took his job seriously. He went to war against the King for trying to shift church power away from Rome and the Pope.

Frustrated with Becket, Henry is reputed to have exclaimed “Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?” Although framed as a question, not an order, four knights rode to Canterbury and stabbed Becket to death.

Overnight, Beckett went from being a prickly, difficult Archbishop, whose loyalty was greater to Rome than to England, to becoming a sainted martyr. Eventually, the Pope banned Henry from hearing mass, and Henry was forced to take the humiliating step of performing a public penance.

I have my doubts about how familiar Canada’s politicians are with the story of Henry II and Thomas Beckett but they might do well to remember that personal vendettas against principled priests are not necessarily a successful tactic for politicians – especially when the politicians have arrogated to themselves massive amounts of power and clearly violated their constitutional obligations in response to what has proven to be a manageable illness in the West.

Source: American Thinker

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Sally Snyder
Sally Snyder
5 months ago

As shown in this article, Canada’s response to the pandemic has been among the most severe among major nations in the world:

https://viableopposition.blogspot.com/2021/05/the-stringency-of-governments-response.html

Apparently, the governments of nations that are English-speaking and part of the world’s advanced economies aren’t subjected to the same degree of scrutiny as China when it comes to their heavy-handed responses to the pandemic.

tunamelt
tunamelt
5 months ago
Reply to  Sally Snyder

Myanmar has more liberty and better weather than CCP Canada.

Dale
Dale
5 months ago

Update: survivability rate 99.85%

ken
ken
5 months ago
Reply to  Dale

I caught that as well….

It’s damn near 100% for those under 50. and they’re still begging for the Frankenstein shot!

Last edited 5 months ago by ken
Canadien234
Canadien234
5 months ago
Reply to  Dale

It is rather 98.85 %
which is very close to 99%.

And it is not a Chinese virus, but a US Pentagon virus.
It was detected in Spain in sept. 2019.
And in November 2019, the US government warned Israel about
a new coronavirus in Wuhan.

ken
ken
5 months ago

So now Canaduh has declared war on religion. That never works out. I’m sure there are some Canuks that read this forum…. are you proud you have turned your nation into a nazi breeding ground?

By now even most of the dumbshits in the world know that the virus is faked and the pandemic is a scamdemic but not Canadians! They shiver in cold fear in their basements, not of the virus but of the assholes and dogs you allowed to take charge.

And your police,,, from the proud Mounties to a despotic Nazi gestapo,,, in fact even the gestapo looks good when compared.

Oh Canaduh,,, you have went from a proud peaceful nation to a nation of deadbeats looking for handouts.

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Andra Saltzberg
Andra Saltzberg
5 months ago
Reply to  ken

Ken…There are many of us Canadians who abhor the minuscule reptile brains that make up the gov’t; the politicos; the police of every stripe; the health actors.

We don’t mask. We do not maintain separation. We do not abide the experimental injection.

We most certainly have not swallowed the bs, lies, fraud, manipulations, etc., of the health theatre.

Indeed, call us out. But keep in mind that many of us Canadians are urgently looking for the way back, the way out.

If you’re hard on anyone…we’re ok if you correctly target the communists, socialists and all those enjoying the new $Billion covid industry.

Ronnie
Ronnie
5 months ago

And so it has begun.

“The Black Face,” wonder child of the Canadian Aristocracy, sends in the Hero Cops.
When the said hero’s…cry for help themselves…. Stop talking, keep on walking, for tomorrow they will be dragging you down the street.
Then the beatings begin.

The “Thin Blue Line,” forgets just how thin the line is.
For your edification….read
“The Crowd in History”. By George Rude its all about the habit of obedience.

Every Canadian Police Officer needs to read this book. In fact every police department everywhere.

Mr Reynard
Mr Reynard
5 months ago
Reply to  Ronnie

You call a faggot son of a whore,a wonder child of the Canadian Aristocracy,??

Ronnie
Ronnie
5 months ago
Reply to  Mr Reynard

If you cannot understand irony, tongue in cheek, back handed compliments. Or sarcasm me thinks you should remain silent. Better to say nothing and look smart than to comment and …..well look the fool.
Sooooo many outraged and hysterical people.
Gotta be North America, nothing is normal anymore.
PS any chance you finished the comment and going to reading the book recommended.

Jerry Hood
Jerry Hood
5 months ago

Why that pastor stayed in snake Canada, when he knows that his native Poland is much more free?! It’s waste of time to live in judaised anglošašo countries!!!

MINA
MINA
4 months ago

I KNOW IT’S CANADA, COUNTRY OF THE WEAK AND THE MEEK… BUT WHEN ARE PEOPLE GOING TO TAKE UP ARMS AND START TO SHOOT AND THROW PETROL BOMBS AT THESE ASSHOLES?

WHEN ARE THEY GOING TO BURN THE PM RESIDENCE AND HANG THIS PIECE OF SHIT HIGH IN THE SKY IN FRONT OF AN AUDIENCE?

Justine
Justine
2 months ago

He fell on his knees to the wrong G.

Anti-Empire