Pastor Art Pawlowski Tells His Life Story: From Communism to Man of God

Remove Ads A gun-carrying smuggler and private banker escapes communism and pursues his dream of coming to Canada, when a miracle directs his life towards serving God’s purpose. This is not the logline of an upcoming Hallmark film, it is Artur Pawlowski’s life. His story is unbelievable, and without knowing what he has lived through, it may be difficult to understand his uncompromising passion. Most Canadians, particularly those born here, have grown accustomed to a degree of security and prosperity that is rarely experienced throughout the rest of the world. In truth, our comparative quality of life is by all accounts a historical anomaly. For Canadians today, freedom just feels normal. Therein lies the problem: Many Canadians assume that things can’t

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BREAKING: Victory for Full Gospel Outreach Centre after prosecutor tosses $14,000 no mask fine

Remove Ads The Prince Albert, Saskatchewan church received the fine after a 100 day revival where they drew the ire of the mayor and a local First Nations Chief. The church was blamed for a COVID-19 outbreak and called a superspreader event responsible for cases across several jurisdictions. But, the outbreak may have actually spread to the church from the local casino. The church was fined and ordered closed for 30 days; however, the casino was not. Closing the church cut the marginalized people Pastor Vern Temple works with everyday off from their only lifeline. Temple feeds, houses, clothes and helps the homeless in PA get clean. He cares for them, and the church puts most of their resources to

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Are anti-lockdown protests “white supremacist” rallies? Judge for yourself

By Rebel News Help fund our lockdown reporting! Please donate to help us continue bringing you the truth and the other side of the story with what’s happening in regard to these lockdown measures. Donate Remove Ads Protesters have been gathering at Queen’s Park in Toronto in front of the legislature for well over a year, and the protest on Saturday, May 15, was the largest showing since the demonstrations began in 2020. Thousands, maybe even as many as 50,000, took to the park and streets to rally against the continuing lockdowns in Ontario. Neither the demonstrators, nor the residents in Toronto seem to be adhering to the recently-extended ‘Stay-at-Home’ order issued by Premier Doug Ford, as protesters gathered over

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Texas governor signs ‘heartbeat bill’ banning abortions as soon as fetal heartbeat detected

Remove Ads Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a law on Wednesday banning abortions in Texas as soon as a heartbeat is detected — but will leave enforcement up to private citizens who will be able to bring civil lawsuits against women who violate the legislation.  Private citizens, including people outside of Texas, will be allowed to sue abortion providers or those who may have helped someone terminate a pregnancy after the time limit, for up to $10,000 each.  “The life of every unborn child with a heartbeat will be saved from the ravages of abortion,” Abbott said during a bill signing at his office.  Many have criticized the bill, claiming the provision would allow opponents to flood the court system

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Utah passes law banning public schools and universities from enforcing mask mandates

Remove Ads On Wednesday, state legislators in Utah passed a measure prohibiting public schools and universities from enforcing mask mandates in the upcoming school year.  Republican State Representative Val Peterson sponsored the bill, according to the Associated Press. Peterson “said county officials would still be able to invoke mask orders in consultation with local health officials in schools that have coronavirus outbreaks. The legislation only applies to COVID-19 and would not prevent people from wearing face coverings.” “At some point this has to end,” Peterson said. “What this bill is really about is making sure we have those assurances to our students that they can go forward next fall and get right into the school year without the thought of masks

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Rumble, increasingly popular conservative alternative to YouTube, receives big investment from Peter Thiel, J.D. Vance

Remove Ads Venture capitalists Peter Thiel and J.D. Vance, author of the bestseller Hillbilly Elegy, are reportedly investing in Rumble, a video platform popular among conservatives and used as an alternative to YouTube.  As the Wall Street Journal reported, Narya Capital is the Cincinnati-based venture capital fund leading the investment into Rumble. Narya was co-founded by Vance and Colin Greenspon, and by Thiel, who is also a Narya investor, “in a personal capacity.” The value of the deal was not shared publicly, but a source familiar with the deal told the Wall Street Journal that it was significant, with others close saying the value of the video hosting platform is estimated at about $500 million.  Rumble Chief Executive Chris Pavlovski

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Edmonton protesters “tired of the bull****” gather for Worldwide Freedom Rally

Remove Ads This past Saturday in Edmonton, Albertans risked thousands of dollars in fines to join the Worldwide Freedom Rally against provincial lockdown restrictions on businesses, citizens and places of worship. What took place on the steps of the legislature was Edmonton’s largest anti-lockdown protest yet, with approximately 1,000 people in attendance.  Rebel News reporter Daniel Day was on the scene to tell the other side of the rally that you won’t see in the mainstream media. People from all backgrounds and walks of life came together to peacefully call on the government to reopen the economy and let people go back to their normal lives. Current restrictions in Alberta limit outdoor gatherings in Edmonton to just five people. Fines for

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Church of Sweden refers to itself as “trans” in apologetic letter to country’s transgender community

Remove Ads The Church of Sweden referred to itself this week as “trans” in a letter to the country’s transgender community, continuing its radical agenda.  As reported by Pink News, the Vasteras diocese published a letter, titled “Personal letter to you who are trans,” in which it referred to the church as being “also trans.” “We are writing to you from a church that is also trans,” the letter, which was penned by four priests, read. “A church is made up of people. People are different. We have religious teachers, employees, churchwardens, elected representatives, non-profits, and other parishioners who define themselves as transgender people,” it continued. “The church thus also consists of transgender people. Therefore, the church could be described

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LAPD investigating Tuesday attack on Jewish men by pro-Palestinian caravan as possible hate crime

Remove Ads The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating whether an attack on a group of Jewish men dining in the Beverly Grove neighbourhood on Tuesday night was a hate crime committed by a pro-Palestinian group. Video footage of the confrontation was posted on social media. The incident took place around 10:00 p.m. outside Sushi Fumi on the 300 block of North La Cienega Boulevard. Witnesses told L.A.’s CBS News that a caravan waving Palestinian flags pulled up to the restaurant. A mob of men dressed in black descended on Jewish diners sitting outside, attacking them and yelling antisemitic slurs.  One of the diners, who the outlet stated was not Jewish, said he was pepper-sprayed when defending the group and

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Legal victories for Fight The Fines | Sheila Gunn Reid joins Ezra Levant

Remove Ads Rebel News has never had an undertaking as large as our massive civil liberties campaign Fight The Fines. There’s more than one hundred videos on our website, www.FightTheFines.com. Behind the scenes though, there are more than 1,200 Canadians — plus a small, but significant number of Brits and Australians, too — who are working with our lawyers to fight draconian charges for doing normal, every-day things. On yesterday’s edition of The Ezra Levant Show, Chief Reporter Sheila Gunn Reid joined Ezra to discuss some of the successes that Fight The Fines has achieved for Canadians. Speaking about the case of the Full Gospel Outreach Centre in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Sheila told about the tough times the church was

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