200 Armed Riot Police Break Up Christian Church Service In Canada

(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- Shocking video footage just showed how 200 armed riot police officers broke up a peaceful religious gathering at the Christian GraceLife church in Canada on Sunday, revealing just how far the West has descended into fascist authoritarianism.

Ezra Levant, the head of Canada-based Rebel News, said that Christians tore down a fence the government erected around a church in Edmonton, in order to worship .

But it prompted 200 “heavily-armed riot police” to attend the event and begin arresting people.

“That’s the church building you see there. This is China stuff, Iran stuff. But it’s happening in Canada,” he said.

The church hit headlines in Canada recently when it refused to stop allowing people to attend in-person worship. Canada’s national lockdown rules meant that the pastor was held responsible and thrown in prison for 35 days.

But after he was released from prison, the church once again opened its doors.

When the police officers learned of the church reopening, hundreds of officers were sent in.

It’s like something from Nazi Germany.

Earlier this month, a Polish pastor in Alberta, Canada, was interrupted by police officers during a Saturday Easter service. The officers were ushered out of the church by the pastor and churchgoers, who told the officers that they were behaving like the Gestapo of Nazi Germany.

“Please get out. Get out of this property immediately!” people could be heard telling the officers.

“I don’t want to hear anything, get out of this property immediately. I don’t want to hear anything,” the pastor shouted. “Out, out, out of this property immediately until you come back with a warrant. OUT, OUT, OUT, OUT! Out of this property! Immediately out!”

We’d share the footage with you, but the Twitter account that originally shared it has since been suspended. Clearly Big Tech doesn’t want you to know about it…

The local police eventually descended their decision to enter Pastor Artur Pawlowski’s church, saying they were concerned that the “people in attendance were not adhering to the government’s COVID-19 public health orders.”