Alberta pastor Artur Pawlowski is standing strong against Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) persecution in Canada, even though he could end up in prison for it.
As we reported, Pawlowski was recently ordered by Judge Adam Germain to start preaching Chinese Virus propaganda to his congregation as punishment for previous lockdown violations. Pawlowski was also fined $23,000 and told he would have to serve 18 months of probation for his Fauci Flu “crimes.”
Being a principled man of faith, Pawlowski of course rejected the court’s order that he lie to his flock. Sarah Miller, his lawyer, is already planning an appeal against the “compelled speech” order and the “unconstitutional” sentencing her client was given.
In Germain’s 12-page ruling, Pawlowski was ordered to preach the following script from his pulpit:
“I am also aware that the views I am expressing to you on this occasion may not be views held by the majority of medical experts in Alberta. While I may disagree with them, I am obliged to inform you that the majority of medical experts favour social distancing, mask wearing, and avoiding large crowds to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Most medical experts also support participation in a vaccination program unless for a valid religious or medical reason you cannot be vaccinated. Vaccinations have been shown statistically to save lives and to reduce the severity of COVID-19 symptoms.”
Pawlowski has already publicly condemned this compelled speech, comparing it to something that would happen in a place like China or North Korea. He added that he will never comply and is “fully prepared to go to prison” for his faith.
Be sure to watch the following episode of the Health Ranger Report to hear Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, interview Pawlowski about Canada’s anti-Christian tyranny:
September 24, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Only two years out from the legalization of assisted suicide in Canada, the Liberal government is already searching for ways to expand access to these so-called “services,” and to do so have asked the Council of Canadian Academies to create a report detailing a way forward. Three key issues are being considered, including euthanasia for those suffering with mental illness, those who wish to produce an “advanced directive” asking a medical professional to kill them after they have potentially lost the mental capacity to request it themselves, and euthanasia for children—currently being referred to as “mature minors.”
it is wrong to force a person to live in circumstances of unendurable and irremediable suffering and … the wishes of capable patients should be respected within legal limits, especially in such an intimate matter as how they choose to die. Persons, in other words, have a right to life, not a duty to live …
Further, Cook notes, several horrifying conclusions are being reached—including assertions that euthanasia should not be treated differently than other medical procedures, but simply accepted as routine. This includes the specter of children being offered euthanasia without the knowledge of their parents—and potentially even euthanized without parental consent or even parental knowledge:
The church in Alberta, Canada, whose pastor was imprisoned for more than a month after holding church services in defiance of Alberta’s Public Health Act was raided at dawn on Wednesday and shut down by government order.
GraceLife Church in Parkland County, west of Edmonton, was “physically closed” by Alberta Health Services following repeated complaints, according to the CBC.
As the outlet reported:
In an emailed statement to CBC News Wednesday morning, RCMP confirmed they were on scene, assisting AHS as they closed the church under Section 62.1 of the Alberta Public Health Act.
As of 8:30 a.m., police vehicles and unmarked SUVs were blocking entrances to the church parking lot.
In a media statement, AHS said it “physically closed” the church and has prevented access until the church “can demonstrate the ability to comply with Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health’s restrictions.”
Hailing from the 12th century, the Spånga Church is one of the oldest in Stockholm. It is located on the outskirts of Tensta and is flanked by Rinkeby, designated as “vulnerable” by the authorities and characterised by violent crime and Muslim extremism.
The Spånga Church in the immigrant-heavy Stockholm suburb of Tensta has been firebombed, as three Molotov cocktails were thrown at the church, the newspaper Dagenreported.
One firebomb was hurled at the church gate and the other two at the windows, which were smashed.
Despite the bombs penetrating the window panes, the attackers didn’t succeed in setting the church premises on fire, as the flames didn’t catch on the church’s interior.
A Christian homeschool co-op, part of Early Rain Covenant Church, a Christian church that also hosts schools and other educational sessions, was raided by the Chinese government.
According to CBN News, Education bureau administrators, national security officials, police officers, and urban management agents surrounded the home. The information comes from a Facebook post by Pray For Early Rain Covenant Church, which states the raid happened at 7AM on January 14, 2020.
The Facebook post states, “Urgent prayer request: At 7:00 this morning, a large group of police officers, education bureau officials, national security officers, and urban management officers surrounded a home where homeschooled children of Early Rain Covenant Church were playing together. The police are now raiding the home. There are a large number of police officers outside and inside of brother Liang Huali and Sister Shu Qiong’s home, and they are currently removing brother Liang’s personal belongings. Please pray!”
Six Christian families worshiping in India’s Odisha state were attacked by axe-wielding tribal animists who destroyed the believers’ church structure amid escalating religious persecution in the country.
Morning Star News reports that in December, the Christians, who had converted from tribal animism to Christianity, were worshiping in a wood-and-hay structure in Odisha state’s Chichima village when they were approached by a mob of about 20 to 25 men, led by an “influential man of wealth.”
Around 750 people were killed in an attack on an Orthodox church, which is said to contain the Ark of the Covenant described in the Book of Exodus in the Bible, in northern Ethiopia’s war-torn Tigray region — home to thousands of churches and monasteries — according to reports.
Hundreds of people hiding in Maryam Tsiyon Church in Aksum amid an armed conflict were brought out and shot to death, and local residents believe the aim was to take the Ark of Covenant to Addis Ababa, the Belgium-based nonprofit European External Programme with Africa reported in this month’s situational report, released on Jan. 9.
A large group of police officers and other government officials raided a house where children from a heavily persecuted megachurch were being homeschooled in Chengdu, China, the church said on social media, pleading for Christians worldwide to pray for them.
Police officers, education bureau officials, national security officers and urban management officers on Thursday morning raided a home where homeschooled children of Early Rain Covenant Church were playing together, the 5,000-member church said in a Facebook post.
Police in the southern Indian state of Karnataka have banned 15 Christian families from gathering for worship services based on the presumption that they must have been coercively or fraudulently converted to Christianity as they are not Christian by birth.
The deputy superintendent of police of Karnataka’s Hassan District and his colleagues summoned the families in Bannimardatti village this week and asked them to prove that they were Christian, accusing them of availing benefits provided by the government as both Christians and Hindus, persecution watchdog International Christian Concern reported.
By Bob Unruh Published January 3, 2021 at 1:00pm https://www.wnd.com/2021/01/city-orders-jesus-t-shirt-censored-political-speech/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-breaking&utm_campaign=breaking&utm_content=breaking&ats_es=5c2611d34638a419dddde47c6216068b
‘Jesus holds no political office and was not on the ballot’
A lawsuit has been filed in federal court against the city of Hart, Michigan, after officials there ordered a T-shirt message about Jesus censored.
The case developed when Margaret Wittman, an elections worker, was relieved of her duties for refusing to hide her shirt that said, “My heart will TRUST in you JESUS,” while working at the polls during the presidential election.
Robert Muise, of the American Freedom Law Center, which is working on the case, said, “The Constitution does not permit government officials to order a private citizen to check her religion at the door to city hall. Ms. Wittman does not cease being a Christian when she is performing her duties as an election worker…”