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“Out Nazis!” – Pastor BANISHES Police Trying To Stop Easter Services For Covid Violation (Video)

A Canadian pastor stood up to police who disrupted his service and shamed them into leaving.

Nazis are not welcome here! Do not come back you Nazi psychopaths. Unbelievable sick, evil people. Intimidating people in a church during the Passover! You Gestapo, Nazi, communist fascists! Don’t you dare come back here!”

“Can you imagine those psychopaths? Passover. The holiest Christian festival of the year and they’re coming to intimidate Christians during the holiest festival? Unbelievable. What is wrong with those sick psychopaths. It’s beyond me. How dare they,” he continued.


The police appear completely cowed by the force of his response and seem to realize that it’s best to leave. He rails against them disrupting the Passover celebration and one of the holiest times of the year.

Video below:

The video was shot at the Cave of Adullam Church in Calgary, Canada. A Polish pastor who has been identified as Artur Pawlowski.

Here’s another video where he explains the whole situation:

Last month the Alberta, Canada, pastor who refused to comply with public health orders during the pandemic spent a month in jail before being released.

James Coates pleaded guilty to breaching bail and was issued a fine of $1,500, with his time spent in prison counting as credit for the fine.

His congregation, GraceLife Church, has continued to meet for Sunday worship without complying with the province’s restrictions around capacity, masks, and social distancing.

Coates defended his stance before the judge saying, “I’m simply here in obedience to Jesus Christ, and it’s my obedience to Christ that has put me at odds with the law. The court is aware that I’m contesting the legitimacy of that law but please, make no mistake … I’m not trying to make a point. I’m not a political revolutionary.”

The pastor is scheduled to go to trial in May for one remaining charge over violating COVID-19 guidelines on gathering size.