Canadian Pastor Who Kicked Police Out of Church Arrested Again…For Having Church Service Last June

The Canadian pastor who famously shouted “Out Gestapo Nazi” and chased away police and government workers who came to his church to investigate whether he was violating lockdown laws has been arrested again and is facing jail time for church crimes in Alberta.

Pawlowski, who has been in the United States these last several months on a speaking tour, was picked up on the tarmac by Canada Border Services Agency once his plane landed. He had the warrants pending from several months ago, stemming from his continued insistence on having church services and refusing to wear masks, including failing to wear a face-covering from last March, and disobeying a court order from early June.

In an interview with Rebel News, his lawyer explains:

While he was away, the Calgary police service decided that they wanted to lay a charge regarding church services held outdoors on June 5. Although they had nearly a month to delay that charge before he had left, they decided to initiate the charge once he had departed from the country. Of course then they can’t actually serve him with the paperwork or charge him with the criminal offense, so as a result a warrant was issued for his arrest, essentially, so that they could play the charge. So he was arrested at the airport yesterday for that purpose and that warrant was issued while he was in the states.

During his bail hearing, the condition that the prosecutors desired to put on him for his release was that he does not “engage in any illegal gatherings” (read illegal church services) but his lawyer argued that it was an ambiguous order. The Justice of the Peace agreed, letting him out on bail so long as he “keeps the peace.”

Currently in the province:

  • Churches are not allowed to gather indoors at more than 30% of their fire code capacity.
  • Masks are mandatory and must be worn in church.
  • Mandatory physical distancing between households for both indoor and outdoor services.

The hearing to decide his fate and determine whether or not he goes to jail for longer than three days will be on October 13.

7 thoughts on “Canadian Pastor Who Kicked Police Out of Church Arrested Again…For Having Church Service Last June

  1. I thank God for this man and the other Canadian brothers who are standing against the tyranny in Canada. Pastors as well as lay people need to be ready to do the same here in the US.

  2. What an honor to suffer for Christ – more power to this pastor and others for standing up to these commie-wannabes.

  3. Romans 13โ€ฆ the Bible says submit. Yโ€™all domestic terrorists are not judeo-Christian ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€โšง๏ธ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ

    1. Hurr durr, that’s what it says. And only that.

      Also this:

      Give to Molech what is Molech’s, and to God what is God’s.

      amiright?

      The crown has precisely zero authority over the Church. Christians are to submit to the authorities IF and WHEN those authorities do not violate what God commands the Christians do. For example, Nero required Christians to renounce Christ and worship him. The Christians refused and were executed for it. Along come troglodytes such as yourself and misquote Scripture to the people who’ve been studying it for thousands of years.

      Good luck with that.

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