Artur Pawlowski: Pandemic Turning Democracies Totalitarian Under A Global Iron Curtain
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Polish emigrant, clergyman, and Canadian activist Artur Pawlowski discusses how the health emergency is being used to turn all nations toward totalitarianism, especially in the West. He details how Canadian authorities for years have been unconstitutionally and unlawfully arresting and persecuting him and warns that this is exactly what life was like under the Iron Curtain. His most recent interaction with authorities went viral on social media as he filmed them attempting to shut down his church service during Easter and through sheer willpower he was able to expel them from his property. He is urging people around the world to resist now or suffer the grave consequences of total impoverishment and the restriction of all freedoms. *Support/Donate to Geopolitics & Empire: SubscribeStar PayPal Bitcoin Show Notes Calgary police told off by pastor after disrupting church service Pastor who stood up to police in viral video speaks out (Fox News) Pastor Who Fled Communism Fears Canadians Losing Freedom Glazov Gang: Calgary Pastor Kicks Police Out of Church Street Advocate (documentary) Interview with Artur Pawlowski (2013) Website Website Twitter YouTube YouTube Facebook About Artur Pawlowski Artur Pawlowski is a well-known advocate for the poor and the homeless, a Canadian clergyman, and a civil and human rights activist. *Podcast intro music is from the song "The Queens Jig" by "Musicke & Mirth" from their album "Music for Two Lyra Viols": (available on iTunes or Amazon)
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