Canadian pastor arrested for protesting outside home of government official

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(Natural News) A Polish-born Canadian pastor who went viral for criticizing Canada’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) worship restrictions has been arrested again for protesting outside the home of a government official.

Pastor Artur Pawlowski of Street Church and the Cave of Adullam in Calgary, Alberta, who made viral videos recording his exchanges with local law enforcement officials last year, was arrested Saturday, Jan. 1, along with his brother Dawid after participating at a protest rally in front of the home of Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping. (Related: Expert raises concerns about coronavirus restrictions following arrest of Canadian pastor.)

It was all caught on video by Pawlowski’s son Nathaniel.

The arrest was made in a manner comparable to the May 8, 2021 arrest of the two brothers. As Pawlowski knelt on the road and refused to walk on his own at the time, police officers carried him away. The video of the arrest was shared on Pawlowski’s YouTube channel.

Pawlowski again refused to walk on his own during the New Year’s Day arrest as officers handcuffed and carried him away.

A police officer informed the Pawlowski brothers that they were “suspected of being in breach” of the terms of the probation they are subject to in lieu of jail time for the May 8 arrest for holding an in-person church service in defiance of COVID-19 lockdown orders. Last October, the Pawlowski brothers avoided jail time but were slapped with a $23,000 fine and 18 months of probation.

The Pawlowskis were also required to “obey all Alberta Health Services orders relating to COVID-19.”


One of the officers said that the brothers were arrested for a “breach of public health orders,” suggesting that the protest in front of the Alberta health minister’s house is an illegal public gathering.

Brannon Howse of the “World View Report” noted that the pastor’s only crime is that he refuses to close his church services and peacefully protests against a government official. He added that this is “how they want to treat all those who resist the death shots and the lockdowns and the masking effects and all of the psychopathic orders brought in under the cover of a medical emergency.”

COVID vaccines causing virus mutation

Howse also showed a recorded video in which Nobel Prize winning French virologist Luc Montagnier said that the COVID-19 vaccines are causing the virus to spread and mutate.

“It’s a scientific error as well as a medical error. An unacceptable mistake. The history books will show that because it is the vaccination that is creating the variants,” Montagnier said. “The new variants are a product, a result of the vaccination. You see it in each country, it’s the same. The curve of vaccinations is followed by the curve of deaths.”

The French virologist went on: “I’m following this closely and I’m doing experiments with patients who became sick with corona after being vaccinated. I will show you that they are creating the variants that are resistant to the vaccine,” the French virologist added.

Montagnier emphasized that it’s not advisable to vaccinate during a pandemic. “It’s unthinkable. They’re silent. Many people know this. Epidemiologists know it.”

He explained that it is the antibodies produced by the virus that enable an infection to become stronger. “It’s what we call antibody dependent enhancement, which means the antibodies favor a certain infection. It is clear that the new variants are created by antibody medicated selection due to the vaccination,” Montagnier pointed out.

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