“Hold the line, and remember their names. There will come a time, it has to, there has to come a time when we will make those people accountable for what they have done to our loved ones, for what they have done to our economy. There has to be a time where justice will prevail. Right now, we are living in a justless society where it seems those that have guns and political power and a media, corrupted media behind them, can do whatever they want, can say whatever they want,” said Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski as he remains behind bars.
That was the message he gave to the people of Canada as Pawlowski was able to speak with Rebel News reporter Adam Soos on Monday during the one hour he is allowed out of solitary confinement. He said the people are viewed as slaves to their government, but the people must remain hopeful and steadfast in their fight against the tyrants.
While the big war distraction is being hyped by the mainstream media, we cannot forget the tyranny right here at home and from our neighbors to the north. Pawlowski is a political prisoner, there is no doubt about that.
Remember, Pawlowski was arrested on Feb. 8, his fifth arrest since the beginning of the scamdemic, for daring to speak to truckers. He’s been held in solitary confinement for over 20 days now and was denied bail two weeks ago.
Last Wednesday, Pawlowski’s trial was delayed, according to the Calgary Herald, after his attorney Sarah Miller asked for an adjournment after identifying a potential witness. That witness was seen in new evidence submitted by the Canadian tyrants dating back to Pawlowski’s earliest charges from 2020.
Miller spoke with Soos to detail the entire legal war being waged against Pawlowski, who has clearly been targeted.
Pawlowski’s first charges in the COVID tyranny came in December of 2020 for holding church and attending a protest.
“They’ve been prosecuting him for a year and a half on this ticket and seeking up to a $100,000 fine,” Miller said reminding the all the charges have been for holding church, feeding homeless Canadians and attending protests.
Miller said Pawlowski is facing a civil contempt charge and two criminal contempt charges and the government is escalating and escalating its threats.
“These are all, let’s be clear, this isn’t criminal behavior ordinarily in any other world besides COVID world,” Miller said. “This is all just for gathering and attending public protests or otherwise for attending his church.”
Miller added: “To have somebody incarcerated, incarcerated, and not only incarcerated but in solitary confinement incarceration, is just extreme and is an improper use of our resources quite frankly.”
Of course, Pawlowski has made his trial dates throughout all this nonsense, but he was still denied bail.
“People must not become desensitized to this,” Soos said. “A pastor is sitting behind bars right now…. He is behind bars for feeding the homeless and for opening his church.”
Pawlowski said he is given just one hour a day to shower and talk with family with the other 23 hours in a “very small” box.”
“You do this for a few days, it’s not a big deal,” Pawlowski said. “But this is three weeks right now, so of course, this has had a big toll on me.”
Pawlowski added: “We are powerless here, and it’s kind of scary when some humans have that kind of power over other humans…. In a free and democratic society, people have to have the ability to stand up for their rights. And I would never imagine for that speech I would be imprisoned.”
For one day, Pawlowski said he was allowed to spend time with other inmates, and what he was told by them is that some guards were trying to provoke them to rough him up.
Fortunately, “those inmates are amazing,” Pawlowski said as they refused to harm him because he is not a criminal. Pawlowski did note that some of the guards have treated him fairly and appreciated them for it.
Pawlowski also noted the hypocrisy of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premiere Jason Kenney who have made public statements against the tyranny in Russia as they have established an authoritarian regime of their own in Canada.