Quick Apology To Canada Post
My statement was directed at any entity, community group, union or any group that uses the services under their control as the means to punish others in the community whose views don't agree with theirs. In my case, it seemed that I was purposely having my services delayed on the grounds of my differences in belief and religion from members of the community and local union members.
I believe that it is very unprofessional not to mention a perpetual minefield of morality to use the denial of essential services to punish people whose views do not coincide with those working such services or those of religious leaders of the community. Regardless of our differences in belief, we all should get the same service.
I feel that given the situation with COVID-19 that there were other obstacles to a timely delivery that I had not considered when I posted my grievances on this site, and for that I am truly sorry.
I can only hope that in the future, Canada Post and any other service provider does not lower itself to using denial of service as a means to punish those of differing beliefs with a community by any means, including verbal harassment. That most certainly is the same road traveled by the Nazi Party to achieve leadership of Germany in the 1930s. Hitler himself targeted trade unions, but he and the entirety of his regime were a part of a union, the Nazi Union. Be careful not to become a similar monster in the name of values contradicting our Charter Of Rights And Freedoms and Human Rights Act.
Brian Joseph Johns