VIDEO Antifa Violently Attacks Artur Pawlowski Event in Portland; Next Day Sean Feucht Says Antifa Member Accepted Jesus

By Jesse T. Jackson -August 10, 2021


A Christian prayer and worship event that was planned to take place at Tom McCall Waterfront Park in Portland, Oregon, over the weekend resulted in an unwelcome confrontation with a mob of violent Antifa protestors.

The event was intended to feature controversial Polish-Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski. Pawlowski is known for his clashes with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police when he called them Nazis during an Easter service as they confronted him for violating COVID-19 public health orders. Pawlowski also made news when he was dragged away in handcuffs for holding a worship service that again violated public health orders.

Last month, when the Portland event was announced, an Antifa member told Pawlowski over Twitter: “Welcome to Portland, you won’t like it here, Pastor [purple devil face emoji].”

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Antifa Mob Armed and Violent

Dressed in all black and wearing face shields, masks, gloves, and military-style boots, Antifa protesters carrying riot-type police shields and armed with melee weapons, pepper spray, rocks, fireworks, and flash bombs descended upon what had been a peaceful gathering of men, women, children, and infants.

In disturbing video that captured the majority of the attack, attendees can be heard asking, “Why are you doing this? For what?” Members of the Antifa group yelled that they were protesting fascism, while an unidentified event attendee yelled back that the pastor in attendance was a victim of fascism himself. “What are you doing? They arrested this pastor! What are you doing?” An event attendee can be seen holding a large banner with Donald Trump’s face on it.

The protestors continued to yell at event attendees and hurl rocks. They charged and physically intimidated worshippers and ripped down sound equipment and speakers. They also dumped food on attendees and sprayed them with pepper spray.

Attendees can be heard coughing and screaming as they distanced themselves from the event area, some with children in their arms.

“Where is your God now?” one of the Antifa members can be heard shouting.

One of the pastors said he tried to reason with the Antifa protestors, saying, “It’s about knowing differences; it’s not about all that, you know,” referring to the violence and destruction the group was perpetrating. The pastor, who had been pepper-sprayed, told the person recording the video: “When I’m trying to tell them I’m here to love people…give you a hug…I’ll tell you I love ya. And then I get this [pointing to his pepper-sprayed face]. So it’s all one-sided, unfortunately.” The pastor told the camera that the protestors did not care to engage in conversation or know the group they were attacking.

Another pastor close to the camera said, “They don’t even want to talk. They have their own mindset and that’s it.”

A woman who was helping a pastor who got peppered sprayed was asked by the controversial conservative independent journalist Andy Ngô, “What happened?” (Ngô is known for sensationalistic reporting in previous incidents involving Antifa, the Proud Boys, and Muslims.) The woman described the incident, saying, “We were about to have a worship event and Antifa just rolled in like angry mobs [and] started throwing flash bombs at everybody, macing everybody, [throwing] rotten eggs at everybody, and black paint at everybody. They threw a flash bomb in a group of kids that were out there from that four months old to like 10. They were ruthless.”

*Warning: Graphic language and physical altercations can be heard and seen in the videos that follow.

Another pastor said he walked up to ask the angry mob to stop throwing things at the children, and he said they sprayed him, too.

Police were called but did not intervene. During the end of the video, a police siren sounds, but no law enforcement is shown. In one of the videos, a woman says the authorities would not come because no one was hurt.

Pastor’s Boy Tells What Happened

Ngô asked a pastor’s young son who was at the event a series of questions, starting with whether he got flash-banged. The boy nodded affirmatively. “Did you get maced?” He nodded yes. “Did you get hurt?” He shook his head no. “I know your mom,” Ngô said. “She blocked the fireworks from hitting you, huh?” The boy nodded yes again. “That was scary yesterday, wasn’t it?” Ngô asked. Confidently, the boy shook his head no, and Ngô called him a tough guy.

Sean Feucht Claims Antifa Member Saved at ‘Let Us Worship’ Event

On Sunday, August 8, 2021, Christian musician Sean Feucht brought his “Let Us Worship” evangelical Christian gathering to the same spot Antifa destroyed the family prayer event a day earlier.

Feucht posted: “Members of Antifa showed up in Portland last night to threaten, harass, bully and intimidate us. A mom and her baby were tear-gassed,” he said, referring to the event the day before. “Antifa stood 10 feet from me as we lifted our voices in praise, but we didn’t back down. We kept worshipping and God moved powerfully!”

“One member of Antifa who came to disrupt our service was SAVED giving his life to Jesus,” Feucht said.”It’s a time for a BOLD & BELIEVING church! God has not given us a Spirit of fear but of POWER & GRACE! The Church is on the move and the gates of hell will not prevail against it!”

Feucht also shared a photo of drug paraphernalia thrown on stage saying, “Though ANTIFA is surrounding us on both sides working to intimidate, God is setting people free!! KEEP PRAYING!! Needles, pills, drugs, blades, dope, marijuana being thrown on the stage!!!!”

Thanking the unofficial security team, Feucht posed in a photo with a handful of ex-military, ex-police, and private security that helped protect the event on Sunday. “If you mess with them or our 1st amendment right to worship God – you’ll meet Jesus one way or another,” the worship leader tweeted. Accusations later flew online that the security team was comprised of Proud Boys members. Feucht addressed the rumors online, saying he doesn’t know who the Proud Boys are and that his team had simply put out a call to local churches for people to act as security and were grateful for those who showed up.

Antifa Attacked Attendees Leaving the Concert

The “Let Us Worship” event ended without Antifa protests or incidents until the concert was over. Ngô posted video of violent altercations taking place as Christians attempted to return home.

Connecticut ‘Satanic’ Desecration Marks 11th Attack on Christian Church

St. Joseph Church in New Haven, CT

JOHN NOLTE 18 Jul 2020

“St. Joseph’s Church … was vandalized this week, as an unknown individual or individuals painted ‘satanic’ and ‘anarchist’ symbols on its doors,” reports the New Haven Register.

According to St. Joseph’s pastor, Rev. John Paul Walker, the church was desecrated using pink paint, including a pentagram and the symbol for anarchy.

The church announced in a Facebook post:

Between the hours of 9 PM last night and 6 AM this morning, a person or group of persons had painted anarchist and satanic symbols on the doors of St. Joseph Church in New Haven. This follows an apparent trend of desecrating Catholic spaces throughout the nation, as evidenced by incidents in Chattanooga, Queens, Boston, Sacramento, and Ocala. The underlying motive of these sacrilegious attacks is clear: to intimidate and instill fear in the hearts of those who worship Christ.

After being shut down on Thursday, Walker said the church reopened Friday after being blessed with an exorcism prayer.

Walker told the New Haven Register that the vandalism occurred after “a disruptive individual had attended services in the days leading up to the incident, prompting calls to police.” Police confirmed a call about the disruptions.

News 8 confirms local police are investigating the vandalism incident.

The “apparent trend of desecrating Catholic spaces” referred to in the St. Joseph Facebook post is becoming a little more than apparent.

Here’s the rundown of attacks on the Christian church over just the last two months — ten in the last month — which coincides with the lawless rioting, vandalism, and looting at the hands of the corporate media’s and Democrat Party’s Brownshirts in the left-wing Black Lives Matter and Antifa terrorist groups:

July 16: Statue of Christ decapitated inside a Florida church

July 15: Statue of Virgin Mary decapitated outside Tennessee church

July 12: Statue of Virgin Mary lit on fire in Boston

July 11: Suspect arrested after detectives “say he plowed a minivan through the front door of Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ocala, doused the foyer with gasoline and set it on fire, causing extensive damage”

July 11: Arson suspected in devastating fire at San Gabriel Mission in California

July 10: Statue of Virgin Mary desecrated with spray paint in Brooklyn

July 4: Statue of St. Junipero Serra toppled in Sacramento, California

June 20: Statue of St. Junipero Serra toppled in Los Angeles, California

June 19: Statue of St. Junipero Serra toppled in San Francisco, California

May 31: St. John’s Church firebombed in Washington, DC

St. Junipero Serra is a specific target — he founded the San Gabriel Mission 249 years ago — because of the lies going around about his treatment of missionary Indians at the time. The truth is that St. Junipero risked his life to bring God to the North American natives and even confronted his own government about their treatment. The smears against him are nothing short of a blood libel.

Anyway, remember when we were attacked as hysterics after we warned this madness would not stop with Confederate statues and monuments?

Once you allow any kind of lawlessness, it becomes a Pandora’s box. The establishment media and Democrats know this, which is why they applauded the tearing down of Confederate statues and then attempted to gaslight the public into believing it would stop there. The Church was always the ultimate target, which is why the media are now encouraging these attacks by ignoring them.

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Respect: Entitled or Earned?

by jccast


A middle-aged man with a cane limps by a group of young people (approx. college aged). The loudest male among the group stares intently at the man slowly making his way by, and suddenly exclaims, “You’d better show me some respect, old man!”

The man casually looks at the young upstart, approximately a third his age, and says, “What have you ever done to deserve respect?”

The young man, encouraged by the group, replies, “I don’t have to do anything. I simply am who I am, and I’m worthy of respect.” And the group chimed in with unanimous discord against the traditional belief that respect needs to be earned. Like many within the younger generation—a lack of parental supervision and controls, along with being fed the Liberal agenda in school year-after-year has brainwashed them into a sense of entitlement.

When a society intentionally veers away from family values, individualism, morals, ethics, and God, it inevitably develops a collective mind-set of hate and intolerance, with an over-inflated sense of self and entitlement, and a complete lack of personal responsibility.

In America, we’ve seen this steadily getting worse with every generation sense the 1960s, ending up in the present chaotic state.

As an ex-investigator, I have a habit of researching any topic or group I develop an interest in before making up my mind completely. So, when all the conflicts surrounding Antifa and Trump supporters became big news, I would listen to the reports.

Unfortunately, it was obvious to anyone with an IQ over 10 that the Liberal media was editing and spin-doctoring every event to meet their agenda. Just like FOX News was doing to a lesser degree on the opposite side of the issue. So, I decided to watch 100 YouTube tapes randomly, as they popped up on the side, to get a clearer idea of what was honestly happening at the rallies and marches.

Sure, there were still a few tapes that were obviously edited with their agendas in mind. But, for the most part, many of these tapes were put online with little or no editing. And one thing became clear in a hurry. The level of respect among humans for each other in America is at an all-time low.

Antifa, whose actions epitomize everything it claims to hate, mirror the Hitler Youth of the 1940s. Not once, in 100 tapes, did one of the face covered Antifa members ever act like they honestly wanted to engage in any relevant discourse with someone from the opposing camp. And whenever someone from the opposing camp tried to have a meaningful conversation with them, they did their best to shout them down, or in many cases, attacked them. Yet, ironically, when they spoke with a media personality, they claimed they had been disrespected, that they were entitled to respect—but they felt the Trump supporters deserved no respect, whatsoever.

To be honest, about half the tapes equally showed Trump supporters engaged in disrespectful actions. And some of these people you would see in several of the tapes. It’s as if they wanted to start just as much friction as the Antifa camp because it would get more views on YouTube. As if getting more views on their site is more important than fellow human beings. Kind of makes you wonder when was the last time they read their Bible, especially the parts regarding how you should treat your fellow man.

In light of what’s being taught in schools and pushed in every other format, under the guise of Political Correctness, I was happy to see at least half the Trump supporters still trying to do things in a respectful manner, while still getting their points across, and standing up for their rights. Unfortunately, the others that are doing it for YouTube ratings, personal thrills, or some other selfish motive are actually a detriment to the cause because of their disrespectful actions. And for those in the tapes that are claiming to be Christians, yet still engage in the un-Christian-like actions, they really need to rethink their purpose for being there. It surely isn’t to honor God.

For those that might ask about defending myself and way of life; yes, I believe in self-defense and defending our way of life. I’m a disabled Vet. But I don’t believe in instigating violence for the sake of ratings, thrills, or any other selfish reason. My belief is that violence is only acceptable for self-defense or the defense of others. And any action taken without proper respect only lowers your self-respect.

I find it very hard to believe that those at these rallies and marches claiming to be Christians while they participate in such disrespectful actions, have ever truly chosen to put God first in all areas of their lives. Ironically, several of them were near other professing Christians that were acting respectfully, and trying to be a light in a very dark world.

This country needs to get back to its traditional morals and values. Respect is a big part of that, and a good place to begin. But respect is not entitled; it must be earned!


Some verses on how to treat fellow humans:
Matt. 7:12
Romans 12:10
Phil. 2:3
Titus 2:7
1 Peter 2:17