Canada has declared war on Christianity, and it may only be a matter of time before it comes to the United States.
Last month a video went viral showing a Canadian Pastor telling police to leave his church, after they attempted to shut down service.
Since then, Pastor Artur Pawlowski has maintained his stance that service will continue to be held.
A new viral video from Saturday revealed police arresting Pawlowski for violating COVID-19 restrictions that prevent church service on the grounds of “public safety.”
Pawlowski, along with his brother were both arrested for allegedly “organizing an illegal in-person gathering,” according to Calgary police.
This disturbing video shows just how far the Canadian government is going to keep its citizzens under tyrannical rule.
CBN News has the breaking story:
Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski was arrested Saturday for allegedly holding a church service that violated new public health orders pertaining to gatherings.
Pawlowski and his brother Dawid were accused of organizing and attending an in-person gathering earlier that day, Calgary Police said in a statement.
"Artur Pawlowski and Dawid Pawlowski have both been arrested and charged with organizing an illegal in-person gathering, including requesting, inciting, or inviting others to attend an illegal public gathering, promoting and attending an illegal public gathering."
Police say they served the Pawlowski's a new court order prior to Saturday's church service but the brothers were detained because they "chose to ignore the requirements."
The arrests come after Alberta Health Services received a directive to stop various gatherings and rallies that defy public health orders across the province.
Video Shows Police Arresting Pastor Artur Pawlowski
This is insane.
Canadian police say that the men were arrested for "inciting" people to attend church.
Many are left wondering how long before this kind of thing happens in the United States.
Fox News has more on this disturbing arrest:
A Canadian pastor who went viral last month for ordering out police who showed up to his church on Easter weekend was arrested Saturday for violating COVID-19 limits on gatherings set by a new court order.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski, the head of Calgary’s Street Church in Alberta, and his brother, Dawid Pawlowski, were arrested and charged with "organizing an illegal in-person gathering," the Calgary Police Service said in a statement.
Video capturing the arrests showed several police vehicles parked on the street as officers carried the handcuffed brothers, who appeared to refuse to walk on their own. An onlooker can be heard telling the officers, "Shame on you guys, this is not Communist China. Don't you have family and kids? Whatever happened to 'Canada, God keep our land glorious and free'?"
The arrests come after Alberta Health Services on Thursday obtained a Court of Queen's Bench Order that applies to gatherings, including protests, demonstrations and rallies.
The order imposes new restrictions on organizers of protests and demonstrations, requiring compliance with public health orders including masking, physical distancing and attendance limits, according to police.
Calgary Police Service said officers served an organizer of the church service with the court order "in an effort to ensure that citizens attending the Saturday service were abiding by the current COVID-19 public health orders."
"The order was served prior to the church service, and CPS did not enter the church during the service," the police agency said. "The service organizer acknowledged the injunction, but chose to ignore requirements for social distancing, mask wearing and reduced capacity limits for attendees, and continued with the event."
Last month, Artur Pawlowski was holding a service on Holy Saturday when several uniformed officers entered the building. In a video of the encounter shared to YouTube, the pastor can be heard shouting at the masked officers to leave.