ER Editor: As of yesterday, a THIRD Alberta pastor has been arrested, to be thrown in jail for a jumped-up ‘offense’ that doesn’t exist in law. Outspoken pastor Artur Pawlewski was similarly arrested along with his brother and held in jail in somewhat hostile conditions until he had to be released. See RAW: Pastor Artur Pawlowski speaks after release from jail.
To recap, Pastor James Coates was put under surveillance for quite some time before his arrest. Then it was Artur Pawlowski‘s turn. Now it’s Pastor Tim Stephens’ (see featured image above) turn to be arrested, in front of his young family.
Here is Rebel News‘ take on the situation re. Stephens in an e-mail story notification yesterday:
Pastor Tim’s crime was that he led church services. Except that’s not a crime, even under pandemic laws. And the punishment for it does not include jail time.But he’s in jail anyways, just like Pastor James Coates was thrown in jail and Pastor Artur Pawlowski was thrown in jail.
Costco and Walmart are packed. Police don’t arrest them — they help direct traffic in their overflowing parking lots.
NHL hockey teams can meet — and their entire entourage is exempt from the lockdowns. They can even go out to restaurants that are closed to the rest of us.
But not Christian pastors. In Alberta, there is a special ban that singles out churches and gives them fewer rights than businesses like liquor stores.
There is no other jurisdiction in the world that has thrown Christian priests or pastors in jail for holding religious services during the pandemic. Not even China or Iran has done so.
But Alberta has now done so, three times. Alberta, that used to be known as the freest province in Canada, whose motto is “Strong and Free”, and whose premier, Jason Kenney, used to condemn other countries for persecuting Christians.
This is a disgrace and a civil liberties emergency.
BREAKING: Calgary police arrest Fairview Baptist Church pastor Tim Stephens
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