“I would like to sincerely apologize for the action of one of my employees. It is inexcusable and nothing can make up for it,” Jeff Kim, the owner of Yokoso Japanese Steakhouse in Homestead, wrote in a post shared to his restaurant’s Facebook page on Monday.
“Please know that his comments and views do not reflect the values of the restaurant and its employees. His employment has been terminated.”
Kim wasn’t available when a Tribune-Review reporter called the restaurant Tuesday. Manager (((Sandra Berger))) identified the employee as Stephen Guyer.
She said Guyer shared a meme on his personal Facebook page that showed the interior of an oven and read “Jewish bunk beds for sale.”
Guyer, whose Facebook page said he lives in Munhall, told the Tribune-Review the message was a “huge mistake.”
“I can’t read real well and my eyes are very bad. I thought (the meme) was something about a Danish bunk bed,” Guyer wrote.
“My life has been ruined now. I would never disrespect Jewish people intentionally,” Guyer said, adding that he identifies as Judeo-Christian. “I love all people no matter their race, color or religion. I made a mistake and I’m very sorry for the outcome.”
It’s worth pointing out that the Jewish journalist who witnessed and made a video of this Irishman making these comments is Tuvia Tenenbom — a paranoid Jewish supremacist who claimed that white Europeans have “a lust for murdering Jews” — so it’s safe to say that he probably went into the bar looking for trouble.
There was a time in the not-too-distant past in America that people could make Holocaust jokes without having their lives ruined — but not only have times changed, the identity of those who rule over us has changed, too.
Jews are now the de facto final arbiters of what is funny and what is not — and if a Jew is not amused by your joke, or even pretends to be ‘offended’ by it, you will lose your job, your income, your life, if they have their way with you.
Whereas Jews can “joke” all they want about how powerful Jews are — or about shooting Palestinian women and children to celebrate Passover — but when a drunk Irishman tells a joke about Hitler in a small town in Derry, Jews worldwide clutch their pearls and screech about how “another” Holocaust is right around the corner.
If there is a “lesson” to be learned from this ridiculous circus, it’s that there should be a mass exodus from Facebook, which has become a “honeypot” that psychologically profiles and punishes anyone who veers off the narrow line of political correctness.
All decisions are final and cannot be appealed — the only ‘right’ you have is to shut up and take it.
There’s an unwritten law in America that there’s nothing funny about the Holocaust™ unless a Jew like Larry David decides to tell a joke about it— that is, when he’s not too busy urinating on a portrait of Christ.