Son of Canadian pastor facing prison time draws standing ovation in EU parliament after speech blasting Justin Trudeau

 July 17, 2023

Nathaniel Pawlowski, son of Pastor Artur Pawlowski, who is facing prison time for refusing to comply with Canadian COVID-19 pandemic measures, drew a standing ovation from the EU parliament after delivering a speech blasting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

During a speech on July 4th, Pawlowski stated, "I am here today in desperation, a cry for help. I would like to stand here and tell you all the things about freedom and democracy that I like, but I no longer know those things. They have been taken away from us Canadians. Canada has fallen."

The pastor has been arrested five separate times all in very public ways for defying Trudeau's tyrannical pandemic response.

Artur was even found guilty of mischief and breaching a release order for delivering a speech to Canadian truckers who were protesting vaccine mandates.

Nathaniel Pawlowski stated, "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. Anyone who does so is arrested, charged and jailed as political dissidents."

While the younger Pawlowski received a standing ovation in parliament, his father is still facing down a tyrant. Artur Pawlowski stated, "They are monsters — sick, evil, wicked people. And if I could deliver a message to them, I would simply say that one day they will stand before the Judge of judges who does not take bribes, and they will give an account for every word that they said and everything they have done. One day justice will be served."