This is a two-part posting:
- Template, EMPLOYEE to his employer
2. Template, customer/client (me) to the Business
Part 2 of 2: (appears Below)
The employee created an opportunity. We went into immediate action. And now invite you to join the party!
A younger fellow with a family – – both he and his wife are worried that they are about to lose their jobs because of forced inoculation in the workplace.
2. forced inoculation of employees is too fascist/nazi-ist for me. https://sandrafinley.ca/blog/?p=25869
Start with a bit of STRATEGY:
Subject: RE: Action re Credit Unions that haven’t yet set Policy: employees inoculate
. . . An alternate strategy. Instead of ASKING: think this
The staff at the Credit Union might be conflicted themselves. And it takes time to ~~~ yah dah yah da, respond to you.
I just hit the send on a communication to the Manager of a Credit Union (copy below)
He (could be she) doesn’t have to reply to me (saves them time). (UPDATE: they replied.) And they might be freer to actually DO SOMETHING. Have a private phone conversation with someone, whatever.)
I WANT THEM to send the word up the hill to Credit Union Central. They will have more impact there, than me.
(INSERT: that didn’t happen, but it’s okay. The particular Credit Union is not going to mandate employees be vaccinated – not because of my email. That’s okay, too. I have a better sense of what’s going on.)
From: (Credit Union Manager)
Sent: October 5, 2021
Subject: RE: RE; forced vaccination of employees
Thank you for your email Sandra. Our Credit Union does not have a policy that requires employees to be vaccinated. As this is such a polarizing topic and I know we have many of our members with competing views, I will respectfully stay out of the rest of the discussion.
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CAN YOU USE YOUR OWN VERSION OF THIS, TO ADDRESS A CREDIT UNION (any business), in the role of CUSTOMER?
(Ach! I don’t think this works as a template. You are welcome to anything that’s useful. Copy and paste. /S)
From: Sandra Finley
Sent: October 5, 2021
To: (The Credit Union)
Subject: RE forced inoculation of employees
TO: (name) General Manager, (name) Credit Union
Before implementation of a Policy to require that employees be vaccinated, if that is a possibility, I urge you to read the submission appended, from a CU employee, to his CU.
Further to that, I think there is a chance the CU’s will be caught off-guard in their response to covid, because of the level of propaganda being pumped out.
I do not know if you saw this news re propaganda around covid: it’s from the Ottawa Citizen. David Pugliese is one of the few (or only) Canadian journalists that covers the Military. His work is reliable and strong.
The news of the Military involvement is just the icing on the propaganda cake.
Every generation is a little further away from understanding how it happened that Germany fell into the clutches of Hitler.
You are a bit closer to, but distanced by geography from what happened, for example in Hungary under the Communists.
You may not fully understand the power of propaganda. I don’t know your family history (European?). But you might have a degree in Business Administration. Students of Bus Admin will have received some instruction on “marketing”, or whatever it’s called today. Advertising is a form of propaganda, not necessarily bad. As with everything, it depends on “in whose hands” and “for what purpose”. Severed from the ethical, it can be insidious.
Because of the Nuremberg Code (I do not know if, through your schooling or interests, you know the Nuremberg Trials), I expect you will find yourself on the wrong side of the Law if you mandate employees to be inoculated. I say that, not as a threat, but because I think you would want to know, if you don’t.
You may know that there are court challenges in Canada over forced inoculation. It unfortunately takes a long while for the challenges to work their way through the Court system.
The Credit Unions, in general, should know the potential for vaccine mandate Policies to cause a loss of business. . . . Because of the rampant propaganda (demonization) of other views, I think the broader public does not understand the extent of the resistance.
If the resistance was understood, there would be no surprise that the PPC (People’s Party of Canada) was the major beneficiary of the Election, in terms of percentage vote increase. I dismiss the party leader, Maxime Bernier. But I know of at least one good PPC candidate. I believe he stepped up to run for one reason only – – “single plank politics” – – forced inoculation is a serious threat to democracy. There are likely other PPC candidates like him.
I was surprised. The analysis of election results by the pundits (ones I happened to hear) did not ascribe ANY of the surge in votes for the PPC to that central plank. It was so obvious – – All the other parties succumbed to the fear campaign over covid. The PPC was alone in resistance to forced inoculation. No surprise they attracted adherents; no place else to park their votes, if they felt strongly about the single plank issue – – forced inoculation.
A specific purpose of propaganda is to inflate perceived successes, and diss every detractor. Use the tendency to stereotype to create enemies. Stereotyping is easy for us all – – but you risk not understanding the picture, if you don’t at least listen a little. A successful propaganda campaign divorces people from reality; use stereotyping, it’s easy.
I wish you well. Please read on – – the letter submitted by an employee to his CU employer follows.
Yours truly. – – –
Template letter by employee to his employer)