"Don't give them up, ever. Never ever give up one of your rights. I don't care how small is that right," he told Pastors David Scarlett and Todd Coconato, who host the program. "You don't give up your rights because those villains don't own you. They don't own your family. They don't own your rights. Those rights are God- and state-given rights. It's up to you to rise up and defend it. It's not up to your neighbor. It's not up to your children or your grandchildren. God has given you a mandate to rise up, to stand up and start a roaring."
The Poland-born Canadian pastor also said America's Founding Fathers put their life on the line when they signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. In turn, the Declaration gave birth to the U.S., one of the best nations on Earth. Pawlowski added that America is a dream worth dying for.
The founder of Street Church Ministries also mentioned that the Canadian government's totalitarian regime has continued to hammer him without mercy, and that he is on trial for feeding the homeless and the poor in the middle of the greatest crisis Canada has ever seen. (Related: Trudeau's government throws pastor Artur Pawlowski in solitary confinement for violating covid "safety" protocols.)
Nevertheless, the pastor explained that his fight or "roaring" is his way of trying to awaken Americans, Canadians and others living in Western democracies about what is coming to the world.
Pawlowski, who immigrated to Canada in the mid-1990s, said he has been arrested 16 times since 2005. Aside from his arrests, he has also faced more than 100 court cases and received 340 citations ever since that year.
Back in May 2021, he lamented that the tyranny he escaped from Poland is now in the country he immigrated to.
"I escaped communism. I escaped Poland because I wanted to come to a country that is free. [But] here we are again, repeating the same mistakes [and] the same history," he told Christianity Daily at the time.
During his appearance on "HIS Glory," Pawlowski urged people to "look at what happened in the past" because there is a possibility it might happen tomorrow.
According to the Canadian pastor, the villains of this world have the tendency to repeat history and people need to change that script if they want everything to end well. He also pointed out that these evil tyrants will never stop, and they are like a cancer that has to be cut out in free and democratic societies.
The "old beast" government – a combination of fascism, communism and socialism – is using disinformation, manipulation, terror and fear to bring hell on Earth, said Pawlowski. The globalist elites behind this "old beast" government, he added, are trying to create a setup with them ruling at the top while the rest of humanity are their slaves. Pawlowski compared the elites to "modern-day pharaohs" trying to take more power and deprive individuals of their rights.
The besieged pastor said people had two options: they can either submit themselves to the tyranny and join the slaves, or use people power to depose the tyrants. He cited the Solidarity Movement of the 1980s that sprang in his birth country as an example of this. Millions of Poles took to the streets to protest Warsaw's tyranny, paralyzing the entire economy and the Communist Party of Poland.
Pawlowski added that this later led to Poland's democratic election in 1989, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dismantling of the Iron Curtain.
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