Stunning MassResistance interview with Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski – internationally known pastor beaten and imprisoned by Canadian authorities

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  • Arrested, fined, and jailed for speaking against government tyranny, and for “illegally” holding church services.
  • Charged with violation of Canada’s infamous Covid restrictions and recent “emergency” acts.
  • U.S. Senator and others express outrage against his treatment

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March 4, 2022

VIDEO: MassResistance interviews Pastor Artur Pawlowski

This is one of the most insightful political interviews you will hear. During a visit to the U.S. last summer, Pastor Artur Pawlowski (left) described to Arthur Schaper of MassResistance what is happening in Canada – and to him. Since that interview, events have taken an even more sinister turn. He is now in prison in solitary confinement in Canada.

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Pastor Artur Pawlowski is not your run-of-the-mill Canadian. He was born and raised in communist Poland and immigrated to Canada as a young man. For many years he has been the pastor of a church in Calgary, Alberta. He is known as an uncompromising Christian who feeds the poor and defends the God-given rights of the Canadian people. He has attracted the ire of the Canadian authorities for his ongoing exposé of totalitarianism as poison to the soul.





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