Canadian Pastor Artur Pavlovski recounted his clash with Calgary police, who entered his church to ensure that COVID-19 guidelines were followed, and likened them to the religious restrictions he witnessed growing up “behind the Iron Curtain.” in Fox News Primetime.
PALOVSKI: I grew up under a communist dictatorship behind the Iron Curtain, under the shoes of the Soviets, and I tell you it’s not fun at all. It was a disaster. Police officers can break into your home at five in the morning, kill you, torture you, arrest you no matter what reason they come up with. In Poland, there was a saying ̵
They illegally violated our rights during the holiest days of the Passover. How dare they? The audacity of those people who come. That was a shocking thing. I was a little shaken, but I did what every shepherd on Earth now has to do – repel wolves. As lions, we should never bow to hyenas, and that is what they are now.
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