“Out, and don’t come back without a warrant. Do not come back without a warrant, you understand that? You’re not welcome here, Nazis are not welcome here.”
A Polish pastor in Alberta, Canada had his Saturday Easter service interrupted by masked police officers, who sought to intimidate him into ending his service due to their presence. He quickly ushered them out of his church, calling them Nazis and telling them to come back with a warrant.
Artur Pawlowski, the Lead Pastor at Street Church and Cave of Adullam in Calgary, Alberta, who originally immigrated from Knurów, Poland, angrily forced police officers out of his church when they came to “intimidate” him and his congregants into calling off their Passover service.
“Please get out. Get out of this property immediately. Get out. Get out of this property immediately. I don’t want to hear anything, get out of this property immediately. I don’t want to hear anything,” said Pawlowski, as police attempted to speak to him. “Out, out, out of this property immediately until you come back with a warrant. OUT, OUT, OUT, OUT! Out of this property! Immediately out!”
“Go out and don’t come back! I don’t want to talk to you, not a warrant. Out of this property, immediately out. I don’t care what you have to say, out, out, out of this property you Nazis. Out, out, gestapo is not allowed here. Immediately, gestapo is not allowed. Out! Do you understand English? Get out of this property. Go. So go. Go, and don’t come back without a warrant.” He continued, “Out, Nazi. Out. You understand? Nazis are not welcome here.”