Canadian police brought a SWAT team to harass Polish Pastor Artur Pawlowski, who went viral after boldly throwing officers out of his church on Easter, for a second time.
Just like the first time, Pawlowski once again stood his ground and chased the officers off — while screaming at them for behaving like Nazis.
Pawlowski has accumulated approximately 30 tickets for refusing to cease religious services.
The first time that police came to his church, the highly animated Pawlowski did not hold back as he repeatedly shamed the officers and compared them to the Gestapo.
“Out of this property you Nazis! Gestapo is not allowed here!” he shouted. “Out, Nazi! Out! Nazis are not welcome here! Do not come back here you Nazi psychopaths!”
On Saturday, Pawlowski tweeted that the officers had returned and linked to a video of the confrontation on YouTube, which he titled “The Gestapo came again attacking the church!”
And they did it again! Today, the Gestapo Attacked our Church Again￼! History is being repeated in front of our eyes!￼
Another sad day for Freedom and democracy! https://t.co/mUFWPTMULl
— Artur Pawlowski (@ArturPawlowski1) April 24, 2021
The officers were there delivering a court order saying that they can search the church for COVID violations.
Pawlowski was not interested in cooperating, however, and told them so.
“I do not cooperate with the Gestapo. I do not talk to the Nazis. You came in your uniforms like thugs, that’s what you are. Brown shirts of Adolf Hitler. You are Nazi Gestapo. Communist. Fascists. I do not cooperate with Nazis. Talk to my lawyer. You are not allowed here,” Pawlowski told the officers.
The National File reports that Pawlowski said that “the people who use to laugh and call me names are not laughing anymore. The threat is real to them now.”
“People realize it’s not funny after a year of being treated like like a slave suddenly people are realizing that that I was right, and now so my message is clear, we got a rise up in a peaceful non-compliance. If the government tells you to wear a mask, you don’t, if they tell you social distance, you don’t when they tell me you don’t go somewhere, you go to the very planes they were telling you, not to go, but go in large numbers.”