Maxime Bernier speaks with Pastor Artur with commentary by Xanthippa Socrates

Video: Maxime Bernier interviews Arthur Powlowsky, the expat Polish pastor who has exorcized police and authorities on two occasions we know of, out of his Church like a priest expelling demons.

The following article is by Xanthippa Socrates who escaped Soviet communism with her family as a teenager.

Pastor Pawlowski interviewed by Maxime.  When my husband and I watched it, especially the bits about how the lockdowns and related policies are designed to raise the cost of living and eliminate all businesses not large enough to be easily controlled by /colluding with the government, and why this is a necessary pre-condition to a totalitarian rule – my husband said this was the first person apart from myself who explains it in exactly these terms.
Side note (mine, not the good pastors)  following the Spanish flu, these measures were enacted in Germany, without which the rise of fascism would not have been possible.
The Treaty of Versailles was a similar vector in pre war Germany to money printing, as the virus is now. To devalue currency and make the cost of living more expensive.  But, this could still be overcome if there are strong small to medium sized businesses Because in the face of this inflation, people will naturally return to bartering and exchanging goods, circumventing the devalued currency.  But, if all small and medium sized businesses are gone – even small farms – that becomes impossible, as people cannot be paid in goods or trade.  They are completely reliant on the devalued currency once only huge corporations exist as employers and places of trade, and are in lock step with the government.
In Czechoslovakia, following the Communist takeover, there were currency devaluations, where new money was issued and you had a period of time to exchange old money for new, after which the old money was no longer legal currency. But the new money was worth only a fraction of what the old money was.  Here and now, we are devaluing currency by over-spending and printing money on a medical emergency due to a virus that has roughly 0.003% mortality, if it is treated early, for about $30 of commonly available medication per patient.  Yet most MDs don’t know about it, and even when they do, they are legally prevented from prescribing it.  And pharmacists are threatened with fines/closure if they fill any prescription that slips through.
When, in history, have legislators forbidden MDs from prescribing, and pharmacists from filling, medications that are cheap, tested and safer than Tylenol?
When, in the history of modern medicine, did MDs ever not even attempt early treatment of an illness?
When, in the history of modern medicine, did MDs withhold medical care until their patient became so ill, they had to be hospitalized?
When?
Why now?
The Reset – as per UN, EU, Trudeau and the rest of our ruling elite. “This pandemic gives us a chance to re-build our society in a ‘more sustainable’ way.”
Meaning, you will become impoverished.
Meat – except for the most processed forms which contain only traces of meat – will become a luxury that only the elites will be able to enjoy on a regular basis.  Red meat will become expensive and then disappear first, then slowly everything else.  Eventually, even eggs and other forms of animal protein will rise in price:  animal protein-deficient diet leads to a weaker population.  You will spend all your energy trying to feed your family, buy toilet paper, etc – no time for politics or any independent thought.
Biden just said that people should be limited to 4 lb of red meat per person per year – to be more sustainable and to battle climate change.
Welcome to totalitarian tyranny….with new and enhanced means of surveillance.
Recently, there was an anti-lockdown protest (in small town Ontario, I think).  Some neighbours complained to the police, wanting the protest to be shut down.  The police told them that since the protest was peaceful, their presence might escalate things, so they will not shut it down.  But they have taken pictures of everyone at the protest and the good citizens should help the police identify each and every one of them!
If that does not freeze your blood, I do not know what will!
Feeling righteous and superior is all it takes for a neighbour to inform on a neighbour:  it gives the powerless power over their neighbours, motivating them to obey and to enforce the oppression.  Without these ‘good citizens’, totalitarianism could not exist.
I escaped it once – and it has followed me.  Now, there is nowhere left to escape to.
That is why I am having a bit of a nervous break down…
Tucker Carlson Today from 4/24/21 Very powerful interview on how to combat all this, [so far I cannot find a video of this. Anyone out there that has one, please post to comments so I can add to this post Ed.]  and why we should all read the US Declaration of Independence – an important complement to the good pastor’s interview.  Pay special attention to the ‘duty’ aspect…
Alexandra
PS:  We now have empirical evidence that the more severe the lockdowns are, the higher the mortality rate from COVID (or, should I say The Bill Gates virus, since he is one of the major investors in the Wuhan Virology Institute, and has huge investments in the manufacture of vaccines in general) is.  Just look at the statistics from Nicaragua versus both of its neighbouring countries.
At the beginning, caution was understandable.  But now, we have factual evidence that lockdowns worsen the situation.  Just look around:  in Ontario the more severe and longer lasting the lockdowns, the more filled up the hospitals become – the existing statistics make the causality vector very clear.
And yet, the lockdowns are becoming more draconian, more and more strictly enforced.

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13 Replies to “Maxime Bernier speaks with Pastor Artur with commentary by Xanthippa Socrates”

  1. There is always room for barter, even in the most draconian circumstances: hooch (alcohol), music, medicine, locksmiths, tailors and seamstresses, plumbers, carpenters, etc.

      • Yes, but participating in the black market was a criminal offence – but would not be applied to a person until they displeased the system.

        This asymmetric application of the law ensured that there were no political prisoners in jail – only felons who participated in illegal trade.

        Plus, as per the law, you had to have a ‘legitimate’ income – so black market activities could only take place after regular government controlled work and the struggle to find food etc to allow your family to survive. So, little side jobs only, weekend gigs – but nothing more. Not in Czechoslovakia.

        As for ‘translation’ – you have got to be kidding me. The only translators in existence were very, very tightly government controlled. Plus, what would be there for them to translate? Foreign-language communications in or out did not flow across the borders. Sort of like what the Canadian Bill C10 seeks to re-establish now…

        • No.Draconian, is what I meant.The peoole who plied these trades were not murdered right away in the Lager–the concentration camps. These weren’t side gigs, they were lifeline labor assgnments.

  2. If we wake up one morning soon….and see blue helmeted, armed foreign troops on our streets….and the gun confiscations and round ups beginning….it will be too late!
    Like Jesus Christ saying…..”Today is the day of salvation!”
    Today is the day to stand tall for freedom……

  3. Thank you Xanthippa. Hold it together and know you’re not alone. Also know that the communists lording over us are much weaker in character than we, and will fold their tents come meaningful resistance.

    • I disagree. The majority wants to be sharecroppers for their new feudal lords that provide minimal physical sustenance for body and mind along with freedom from having to worry about the future.
      The leadership wil fight for control as did the nobility in the royal courts of Eurpoe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
      I was listeing to a call-in townhall for my senator this week. The questions that got broadcast revolved around wealth redistrubtion: police defunding, planning for guaranteed income to eliminate poverty, health-cost subsidies, student loan forgiveness, transportation equity, publicly-supported preschools, and eliminating tax loopholes for corporations so they can pay their fair share.
      My pessimistic vision is that just as Cuba was once an island of Communism in the free world, Florida will be an island of Capitalism, so long as schoolchildren receive a sense of history and honor from their families and teachers; voter fraud is minimal; and this state finds a Constitutional way to create a currency exchange rate so that the social security monies its seniors receive will be usable. About ten years ago the State of California, for a short time, issued payments in promissory notes rather than US currency and this seemed to pass Constitutional muster.

      • You’re right, of course, Malca by everything we see. I’m scratching for light in a dark place. I guess I can’t help it.

        • Sure, that’s a whole lot better than defeatism.
          Just remember:
          • Keep up the Hungarian lessons!
          • Get the kids to summer camp there or find an exchange student program for them!

        • Mu husband’s grandparents and my great-randparents were farmers there in the early 1900s. I wonder what became of the farms etc. Some of the land is not longer in Hungary. Nem bisu magyaru. all I know “I don’t speak Hungarian.”

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