Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski recounted his confrontation with Calgary police who entered the church to ensure compliance with COVID-19 guidelines and likened it to the religious restrictions he witnessed during “Fox News Prime Time” and “behind the Iron Curtain.”
PAWLOWSKI: I grew up under the dictatorship of the Communist Party behind the Iron Curtain. Under the guidance of the Soviets, I tell you it’s not interesting at all. It was a disaster. The police may break into your house at five in the morning, may beat you, torture you, and may arrest you for any reason. When I was growing up, there was a famous saying in Poland by the police: “Give me a man and we will find something in that man.”
On the holiest day of Passover celebrations, they illegally violated our rights. How dare they? The boldness of these people. This is a shocking thing. I was a little shocked, but I did what every shepherd on earth should do now-defend against wolves. As lions, we must not bow our heads in front of hyenas. This is what they mean now.
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