In a very bizarre story out of Canada today, an applicant for a tour guide position received back several volleys of explicit, at times downright obscene, hate emails directed at Christians, just because she had a Christian college in her resume! For real? In the modern world?
I thought she was applying to some remote Norse town that time forgot north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, but a look at their website (registered in Alaska) shows it appears they want to serve tourists in 13 countries on all 7 continents! Oh yeeeaaaah?
Hey Look! They are feeling the heat! They have a notice on their Careers page implying that Canadians need not imply — or maybe just females need not apply — because they don’t DARE say outright that all Christians need not apply. Then we’d all recognize the bigots that they are. Here is their notice, in red no less!
Three Canadian female applicants have recently reported that they felt “attacked” during the first stage of our recruiting process (online application submission). Applicants who cannot handle being challenged during a job application are kindly advised that the demanding career of a guide with our company may not be the best fit for them.
But that certainly isn’t what they said via email, to at least one lady who applied! In fact, they passed her email address around the company (around the world, it appears), and ganged up on her in an obvious email dog pack attack that reeked of both woman-hating and Christian bashing!
The participants in this pile-on, big galute Vikings who should have known better than to pick on a young educated woman, were:
FYI – Their phone numbers are also embedded in the .pdf of their emails.
So what’s say we ALL apply!! Here is their career page! http://www.amaruk.com/en/info/careers/index.html
Their HR email address is: email@example.com
Their general email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that we all have their contact information, here is my own response to them: