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NATHANIEL PAWLOSKI: Canada no longer has freedom of religion or speech under Trudeau


Nathaniel Pawlowski urged the EU Parliament to help with his father's court case in Canada, and advised that Canadian religious freedoms are non-existent. (Nathaniel Pawlowski)


"We no longer have freedom of religion, or freedom of speech, or the right to protest or assemble or associate or express ourselves or have free media or disagree with the government," Nathaniel Pawlowski told the EU Parliament on July 4, 2023. "Anyone who does so is arrested, charged and jailed as political dissidents."


He is the son of Artur Pawlowski, a pastor in Canada who is facing 10 years in prison after preaching at the trucker blockade over COVID vaccine mandates in 2022.


Nathaniel's talk to the EU was followed by a recorded video in which his father compared his situation in Canada to Communist China, and growing up behind the Iron Curtain in communist Poland.


"I myself have been charged for preaching and reading the Bible publicly because the government claims the Bible isn't inclusive and is hateful," Nathaniel told the Parliament. "This is what the Canadian government is doing to us."


Nathaniel was invited to address the EU Parliament in Brussels by EU representatives who have been fiercely critical of Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's treatment of its citizens.


Nathaniel spoke on behalf of his father who has been continuously battling with authorities in Calgary, Alberta, since he ejected police and public health officials from his Cave of Adullam church after they arrived to inspect it for COVID-19 compliance during Easter service in 2021.


During the height of the COVID scare, Trudeau's Canada was one of the most restrictive nations against Christian pastors who attempted to hold church service.


Trudeau and half of his cabinet are disciples of Klaus Schwab, according to Schwab who founded the World Economic Forum and its offshoot organization called Young Global Leaders. Both organizations are among the most exclusive private networks in the world and Trudeau is a YGL alumni.


Members include Russian President Vladimir Putin, Germany's former Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair, CNN and CIA asset Anderson Cooper, Fox News' Maria Bartiromo, Bill Gates, Michael Dell and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales - to name a select few.


In 2019, the WEF and the United Nations signed a "Strategic Partnership Framework outlining areas of cooperation to deepen institutional engagement and jointly accelerate the implementation of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development."


Artur told Fox News in January regarding his case's developments, "This was truly a trial of the century. Freedom of expression, freedom of religion."


He said he was asked by the truckers to deliver a church service at the blockage protesting Canada's stringent COVID-19 vaccine mandates.


"We had the Lord's Supper, the Holy Communion, we were singing hymns together, and I told them, 'Stand up for your rights,'" He said. "I was wearing a hoodie with [a message of] solidarity on it. The trial prosecutor said because I had that hoodie, I was inciting people."


Artur told Fox News Digital that he is "enraged" at how he and his family are being treated by Canadian authorities, whom he described as "monsters" who "have no boundaries."


"I stood for my rights," He said. "Now my son is standing for his rights, and they're not satisfied with hurting the father. Now they want to hurt my children, my family, my wife. They are coming after our children, and those are the tactics of every totalitarian regime. The Gestapo did it. The KGB did it. Every totalitarian regime, every dictatorship has this playbook."


In May, Artur was found guilty of mischief and breaching a release order. His defense team gave notice of a constitutional challenge.

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