Pastor Artur Pawlowski of the Street Church in Alberta, Canada was not having it when police officers interrupted a Passover celebration Saturday night.
A video went viral of Pawlowski yelling at the group of police officers who had disrupted the church gathering after the pastor shared the nearly five minute-long video on his Facebook page.
“Please get out, get out of this property, immediately get out,” Pawlowski told the six police officers who were standing inside the entrance to the church. “Get out of this property immediately.” (RELATED: Oklahoma House Passes Bill That Would Prohibit Closing Places Of Worship In 80-18 Vote)
“I don’t want to hear a word,” he told the officers. “Out! Out! Out of this property immediately until you come back with a warrant, out.”
When the officers continue standing there and do not leave, Pawlowski continues to shout “out!” several times.
“Immediately go out and don’t come back,” he shouted. When a police officer tries to speak to him, Pawlowski tells her “I don’t want to talk to you, not a word. Out of this property.” (RELATED: Police Reportedly Spray Anti-Lockdown Protesters With Water Cannons In Berlin, Germany)
The situation continues to escalate as the officers move closer to the door but still refuse to leave.
“I don’t care what you have to say, out!” the pastor said. “Out of this property you Nazis. Out! Gestapo is not allowed here.”
“Do you understand English? Get out of this property,” he said. Some of the officers then begin to open the door to leave.
He tells them to leave and not to come back without a warrant, calling them Nazis once again as the officers slowly make their way to the door.
“Nazis are not welcome here, out,” he told them as they walked out the door to leave. “And don’t come back without a warrant.”
“Do not come back, you Nazi psychopaths. Unbelievable, sick, evil people,” he said as the officers walk away. “Intimidating people in the church during the Passover. You Gestapo Nazi Communist Fascists!”
Pawlowski turned the camera around to show himself once the