Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski recounts his confrontation with the Calgary police who entered his church to make sure the COVID-19 guidelines were followed and likened them to the religious restrictions he saw growing. Come up “Behind the Iron Curtain” in “Fox News Primetime”
PAWLOWSKI: I grew up under the Communist dictator behind the Iron Curtain under Soviet battles, and I say it wasn’t fun, it was a disaster.Police officers could break into your house at five in the morning, they can batter you and torture. They can arrest you for whatever reason they come. There is a famous saying in Poland ̵1; when I was growing up – by the police, “Give me a man, and we’ll find something with that guy,” so it was like a flashback when those police officers appeared. Myself at my church Everything comes back to life since my childhood and the only thing I can do is fight wolves as a shepherd and I use my voice to get rid of them.
They illegally invade our rights during the most holy days during the Passover celebrations. How dare they? The courage of those people came. It was a shock I was a little shaken But I am also doing what every shepherd on the planet should do – ward off the wolves. We, as lions, shouldn’t bow before hyenas, and that’s where they are now.
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