After listening to the story of Calgary Pastor Artur Pawlowski you will realize that Canada is not the free country you may have thought it was.
Born in Poland while it was still a part of the Soviet Union Pastor Pawlowski knows totalitarianism firsthand. His experiences since his family moved to Canada showed great promise as he thrived. But, when he started to administer to the homeless in Calgary it became clear that his beloved new home was as corrupt and tyrannical as his birth country was under the communists.
Pastor Pawlowski gained worldwide attention for his unceremonious expulsion of Calgary police officers and health officials from his church during Passover services, calling them Nazi psychopaths, Gestapo, and unbelievably sick evil people. His arrests in the middle of a rainy Calgary highway and on the tarmac of Calgary airport also caught the eye of freedom-loving people as they watched Canada devolve into a police state.
He has been singled out by petty and egomaniacal politicians and bureaucrats, harassed, and persecuted for standing up for his own health decisions and individual rights. He was fined for not wearing a mask, jailed, effectively imprisoned in his own home, forced to pay enormous fines, denied bail on one charge, and kept in solitary confinement.
His experiences are proof that our rights and freedoms in this country are not protected by law and that, at least in lower courts, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is subservient to the diktats of medical civil servants.
Pastor Pawlowski is now taking his fight to the electorate, and this past September he was elected to lead the Independence Party of Alberta.
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