Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing to express my dismay at a recent article in the Sunday Mirror (found at http://www.sundaymirror.co.uk/news/tm_objectid=16559713%26method=full%26siteid=62484%26headline=british%2dmadland-name_page.html) and outlining your regulations regarding the religions of your staff members.
I have been checking out your website for any sort of statement that Christians need not apply for employment in light of this article, but it appears that there is not one.
If your employees are not allowed to wear religious symbols that may offend persons in another country, is it not possible that at some stage your customers might also be enjoined to refrain from anything resembling religious expression?
Perhaps you should advertise for muslims only. It would make more sense.
Yours in dismay,
Please note, as a matter of public policy, this letter and any reply will be posted at the blog: http://rightwingdeathbogan.blogspot.com.
This is an appalling turn of events.
So much for human rights. It's looking like we have the right to cower away at the risk of offending people who may take violent exception to expressions of our belief.
Excuse me if I come across as being somewhat... unimpressed.
I am. Severely so.