Pastor Pawlowski is arrested by Police in the middle of highway
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In a speech to the European Parliament earlier this month, the son of a Canadian pastor called for international pressure on his father, who could face ten years in prison for delivering a sermon to truckers blocking the U.S.-Canada border.

On July 4, Nathaniel Pawlowski, 23, told the EU Parliament that he was here out of desperation. The thing is, I no longer know what freedom and democracy are. I would like to be able to stand here and tell you all that I love about them.”

It has been taken from us Canadians. This is the end of Canada.”

Nathaniel Pawlowski was invited to speak to the EU Parliament in Brussels on behalf of his father, Pastor Artur Pawlowski. During an Easter service in 2021, he ejected police and public health officials who attempted to inspect his Cave of Adullam church for compliance with COVID-19. He has been continuously entangled with Calgary, Alberta, authorities ever since.


After he continued to conduct services despite a court order, a CPS officer arrested him five times, including once on his way home from church. A four-month speaking tour in the United States ended with his arrest on the tarmac of Calgary International Airport.

In May 2022, Pawlowski was convicted of mischief and breaching a release order after delivering a 19-minute speech to truckers protesting federal vaccine mandates.

Pastor Artur Pawlowski is arrested by Calgary Police in the middle of a highway on his way home from church

Nathaniel Pawlowski stated in the EU Parliament that citizens no longer have freedom of religion, freedom of speech, protest, assembly, association, or expression, or the right to disagree with the government. In his speech, his father compared his situation in Canada to growing up in communist Poland behind the Iron Curtain. People who do that will be arrested, charged, and jailed as political dissidents.

In April, the pastor’s son was charged for delivering a sermon outside a drag queen story hour at the Calgary Public Library, which violated a municipal bylaw passed in March prohibiting protests within 100 meters of recreation facilities or library entrances.

Pastor Derek Reimer was expelled from a Calgary public library after interrupting a drag queen story time. Reimer was arrested and jailed for protesting such events. At the time, Pawlowski told Fox News Digital that the arrest of Reimer was an indication that authorities are now enforcing ideology through COVID-19 protocols.