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The father of one of the Ft. Dix Six, whose business was going to be a cover for penetrating the base perimeter in order to murder as many American servicemen and their families as possible, is now whining about how his business has taken a hit because of it (Link thanks to Sir Christopher):

COOKSTOWN, New Jersey (AP) — The father of one of the six men charged with plotting to massacre soldiers at Fort Dix says the business that he’s nurtured near the base for years is all but ruined since his son’s arrest.

Muslim Tatar, who has owned Super Mario’s Pizza for five years, said his lunchtime crowd from nearby McGuire Air Force Base and Fort Dix has largely disappeared, replaced by empty tables and nasty words from passing motorists.

“Now I am a target,” Tatar, 52, said, adding that his business is “99 percent dead.”

Awwww… Ain’t that just saaaaaaaaaaaaaad?

Isn’t there a law that requires people to frequent the businesses of people related to terrorists? There isn’t?

“Normally we’d be almost full. People liked this place, and Tatar is a very friendly owner,” Cline told The Star-Ledger of Newark for Saturday’s newspapers. “But people drive by, they give us the finger.”

Cline said delivery business is also hurting since the restaurant can no longer bring food to Fort Dix or McGuire Air Force Base.

Bigots. Just because a business is to be used as a cover for murdering innocents, all of a sudden nobody wants them to drive around on their facilities.

Federal authorities say there is no evidence that the elder Tatar knew of his son’s plot, and Muslim Tatar said their relationship had waned in recent years, as his son had fallen in with what he described as a bad crowd.

“Bad crowd” meaning, in this case, a bunch of Islamic, murdering, fanatical pissants determined to murder as many innocents as they could.

Ever heard of this thing called “parenting”, Mr. Tatar, or was it invented after the 7th century and therefore unknown to you and your “religion?”

Google It!

34 Responses to “Quick! Call the Waaaaaahmbulance!”
  1. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    Oh well. Sucks to be him.

  2. LC Gunsniper Comment by LC Gunsniper

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    okay everybody, on the count of three…

    1,

    2,

    3…

    AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!

    :tongue2_tb:

  3. LC MoMinuteMan Comment by LC MoMinuteMan

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    Wahhh, boo hoo, motherfucker… Kiss my ass fuckin’ muslim scum.

  4. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Let the liberals eat there….fuck him, fuck them all!

  5. B.C., Imperial Torturer™ Comment by B.C., Imperial Torturer™

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    I actually kinda feel for the guy. I’ve known good people who tried to raise their kids to be decent human beings, only to have them turn out to be some of the most vile, repugnant assholes to ever grace the face of the planet. What really sucks is having to go and see the kind, decent parents at the assholes’ funerals and trying to find something good to say to them about the recently-deceased dickwarts. I usually just say something like “I’m sorry.” and leave it at that.

    In Mr. Tatar’s case, he probably just needs to just pack up his shit, move away and start a new business elsewhere. Preferably a place that doesn’t have a mosque within 500 miles.

    But, with that being said, what the fuck did these guys think would happen to their business after the facts came out about the Splodeydoper Wannabe™ son being caught red-handed plotting to kill US soldiers and their families using the business as cover? Were they expecting a sympathy crowd to help them get through the tough times?

  6. TheBoid Comment by TheBoid

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    I don’t know what type of parent this guy was, but I do feel bad for him. Sometimes parents who do their best have kids that go waaaay off the deep end. Having said that, as far as no one supporting his pizza joint - that’s life, and some time life sucks. Life can particularly suck if your son is a terrorist. If I was the parent I would seriously consider changing my name and moving as far away as possible.

    And as an American, I would be a lot more concerned if my fellow Americans went right along supporting the business as if nothing happened. So in that sense I am glad business has dried up.

  7. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    I feel bad for the guy too. Like BC said, you can raise your children the best you know how, and they still grow up to be evil snits. Just like I know some people who had horrible childhoods, with terrible parents, and still turned out okay.

    Too bad that the son was going to involve his dad’s
    business to do his dirty work, how despicable. Dad probably worked 7 days a week, 12 hours a day, to make sure he had food on the table and a roof over the head of that ungrateful, dirty brat. He had to have known, even if his plans had worked, his dad would have had to suffer the consequences of his (the son’s) actions.

    The only one guilty here is the son, and he knows he ruined his father in the process too.

    Until evidence comes out otherwise, I feel sorry for the guy, and I hope he can start over. Somewhere else.

    And he can’t blame the public, he can only blame that bad seed, that he unfortunately helped spawn.

  8. Unregistered Comment by mindy1

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    from what I have heard, the father seems decent-probably did not pay attention to him, but was working too hard. I just hope no one tries to hurt him.

  9. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    I’d feel sorry for him too if I knew that his story was one of waking up one morning, suddenly realizing that his angel son was a terrorist, completely out of the blue.

    I suppose that’s possible, but I have this sneaking suspicion that dear ol’ dad didn’t have much trouble with sonny boy hanging out with the Islamic fundamentalist “bad crowd” until he got caught one day.

    It’d be like a parent ignoring that his kid hung out with Nazis during WWII.

    Yes, it IS possible, I suppose, that daddy had no idea that the “bad crowd” were Osama-worshippers with a hankering for Shariah, maybe they were very careful about not yelling Allahu Snackbar when daddy was around, maybe they DID keep their kaffiyehs buried under the bushes, maybe they were very careful to not yell “kill the Jooos” when daddy was around, maybe, maybe, maybe…

    Maybe I’m being too cynical in doubting that, maybe I’ve heard too much taqqiya bullshit from that crowd for the last six years to believe a single word they’re saying anymore, and maybe it’s unfair for me to doubt that your son can hang around with terrorists without you as much as noticing.

    I understand that your kids can “turn bad” even if you do your damndest to avoid it, but let’s face it: This wasn’t a case of Junior hanging around with a bunch of guys drinking beer and driving while drunk…

  10. Unregistered Comment by aries37

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    I feel so bad for the guy that I will buy him out of this business for the cost of a 1 way plane ticket back to whatever hell-hole 3rd world country he hailed from.

  11. Sir Guido Cabrone, LC, Master of Parody Comment by Sir Guido Cabrone, LC, Master of Parody

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    mindy1

    probably did not pay attention to him, but was working too hard.

    Like Heather says, he was probably working 7/12 (or more), to build his business and provide for his family. Probably had visions of his spawn taking over the business someday. And the kid goes and pulls this shit. While I understand that his situation sucks the big fat and moldy, it does seem that his kid was actually contriving the plot at least partly in his business, in corroboration with some of his other employees. Perhaps he really should have kept an eye on what the kid was doing and who he was hanging with?

  12. Sir Guido Cabrone, LC, Master of Parody Comment by Sir Guido Cabrone, LC, Master of Parody

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    Boss

    Yes, it IS possible, I suppose, that daddy had no idea that the “bad crowd” were Osama-worshippers with a hankering for Shariah, maybe they were very careful about not yelling Allahu Snackbar when daddy was around, maybe they DID keep their kaffiyehs buried under the bushes, maybe they were very careful to not yell “kill the Jooos” when daddy was around, maybe, maybe, maybe…

    And the kid may have told dear old dad that he was just hanging out with a “Koran Study Group”, and all the rest of it. I wasn’t there. I don’t know. It is significant (to me), that dear old dad wasn’t indicted with the rest of them, though. Maybe there just wasn’t enough evidence for that. ^shrug^

    Maybe I’m being too cynical in doubting that, maybe I’ve heard too much taqqiya bullshit from that crowd for the last six years to believe a single word they’re saying anymore, and maybe it’s unfair for me to doubt that your son can hang around with terrorists without you as much as noticing.

    Also true. Just have to see how it all breaks out.

  13. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    I suppose that’s possible, but I have this sneaking suspicion that dear ol’ dad didn’t have much trouble with sonny boy hanging out with the Islamic fundamentalist “bad crowd” until he got caught one day.

    If the dad knew he was hanging out with a local Osama BinLiner fan club, and knew what they were planning, I can see your point, Sire. If he knew about radicalism occurring in his mosque, he should have seen to try to put an end to it, even if that meant snitching on his son.

    But the “kid” was an adult, and I’m sorry, but there’s not much a parent can do when their adult children make terrible choices in life. Most of us may teach them wrong versus right till we’re blue in the face, and sometimes they still grow up to be career criminals, some even without a conscience despite how much their parents tried. I know, my ex-husband was one of those children.

    As I said, until the evidence comes out that the dad knew what was going on, and did nothing, or maybe had a hand in it, I will not condemn him.

  14. Unregistered Comment by DukeFenton

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    Comment by Emperor Misha I

    I’d feel sorry for him too if I knew that his story was one of waking up one morning, suddenly realizing that his angel son was a terrorist, completely out of the blue.

    I suppose that’s possible, but I have this sneaking suspicion that dear ol’ dad didn’t have much trouble with sonny boy hanging out with the Islamic fundamentalist “bad crowd” until he got caught one day.

    So far we don’t know how much he knew and when he knew it, and that may be part of the problem. On the one hand, there isn’t much suggestion that he supported the kid’s planned activities or the ideology behind them. On the other hand, he hasn’t exactly been making clear public statements condemning radical Pisslam and the murder of innocent people. In the absence of information, people tend to fill in the blanks for themselves…

  15. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    the servicemen on both bases are in dire need of Sensitivity Training.

    Does that Apple not falling far from the tree principle all of a sudden not apply here? “Until he started hanging out with bad crowd” is probably in the CAIR handbook on how to hoodwink stupid americans when caught

  16. Redeard Comment by Redeard

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    We should be thankful that this business is just losing out financially. So far we have had no reverend als leading a boycott, and we all know how that can turn out, don’t we ?

  17. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

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    The bastard asswipe shitass terrorist homo sonofabotchshiteatingmotherfuckers were CAUGHT, now watch the shitassed, child-molester-loving CAIR and ACLU maggots run to their aid, it really makes me wanna PUKE!!

  18. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Well, y’all are right that nobody knows that he knew, nor am I claiming that he did since I don’t know either.

    I guess I’ve just been listening to the claptrap blaming the victims, that would be us, while glorifying, excusing and empathizing with a vile religion that, in spite of almost six years to do so, still hasn’t made a single noise that could be called a denunciation of terrorism. Heck, they keep yakking about terrorists “hijacking” their religion, yet they don’t have as much as a harsh word for those “hijackers.” Maybe it’s just me, but if somebody hijacked my religion, “harsh words” would be the kindest response for me. “If?” Somebody already tried. See “Phelps, Fred.” Also see my numerous posts about that particular sack of rotting skin for examples of what I’m talking about with regards to “proper response to religious hijacking.”

    Yes, I’ve grown cynical, and that’s a pity.

    But that’s the way it is.

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    Muslim Tatar? Are you kidding me? That’s a name straight out of an unimaginative screenwriter’s handbook.

    That said, Mr. Tatar (oh, please, my ribs are aching), it’s called a “free market economy.” That means, NO ONE CAN FORCE PEOPLE TO PATRONIZE YOUR RESTAURANT. If they are pissed at you, TOO BAD.

    Or as my beloved father used to say, it’s a long way from Vladivostok to Tufshitski.

  20. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    Here’s a picture of Super Mario’s Pizza Parlor. In looking at it, an obvious question comes to mind. And I kinda wonder if you can get a pork based sausage, pepperoni and Canadian bacon pizza there.

  21. LC NCLivingBrit Comment by LC NCLivingBrit

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    I will not condemn him.

    Me neither, but I won’t eat at his restaurant either. If his kid had turned into a junkie, or was peddling his ass by the side of the road, we’d expect the parents to have had some responsibility/interest (even if it was minor, as this is an adult offspring)…. But apparently your kid turning Splodeydope is something you’d not see?

    I call bullshit. I’m sure this little bastard threw his shiny new politics in Dad’s face at least once, it’s one of the defining traits of these people, their inability to keep their opinions to themselves among their own ‘faith’.

  22. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    i wonder if the father gave the boy this book when he was a lad

  23. Yochanon Comment by Yochanon

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    Daddy said “…his son had fallen in with what he described as a bad crowd.”

    When “daddy” knows this, sees this, and *knows* it’s a “bad crowd”, especially seeing that more than likely none of this “crowd” was nothing but ragheads, he should have said something to someone or stomped the livin’ piss out of the ’sons’.

    There’s no forgivin’ or ‘feelin’ sorry for’ the shit-stains.

    When I did bad, or my parents saw me with ‘bad’ kids, I got my ass whooped or told if I was seen with ‘em again I’d get my ass whooped (dad made me get my own switch, which *really* sucked!).

    Fuck the parents of the dingleberries-with-keffiyot and fuck anyone feelin’ sorry for the stinkin’ cat turds. They raised little fuckers that wanted to kill our own people, our own countrymen, *IN OUR OWN COUNTRY!*. I can’t see how the little stinkin’ love buckets couldn’t be seen how they were going to turn out much earlier in their putrid wastes of lives and my clean air.

    I’ll throw me a fuckin’ party when I hear they’re all gonna get a fuckin’ needle in their arms, that ‘daddy’ has lost his business, and the mosque of that town/city has gone up in flames!

  24. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    Shit rolls downhill. thatisall.

  25. LC ShadowFox Comment by LC ShadowFox

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    Makes you wonder just how “down on” his son being a warrior for allah a guy who’s first name is MUSLIM would be. If he was unaware of it all, such is the consequence of your spawn using the family business as a cover for mass murder and terrorism.

  26. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    No, that wasn’t all after all. I’ve got this boil in my belly that the killin’s about to start. :ponder_tb:

  27. juandos Comment by juandos

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    B.C. says:

    In Mr. Tatar’s case, he probably just needs to just pack up his shit, move away and start a new business elsewhere. Preferably a place that doesn’t have a mosque within 500 miles

    Hmmm, good point and maybe a name change wouldn’t hurt either…

    I mean come on, with a first name like “Muslim” and a surname like “Tatar” that can’t be any help either… :devil_tb:

  28. Unregistered Comment by curious

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    I have been around some of these Islamic jihadists. ALL they talk about is jihad. They are rude and “in your face” constantly. There is no way the elder Mr. Tatar did not know his son was an extremist jihadist. He may not have known the details, but he knew his son was an extremist. Personally, I don’t see how you can run a business with a jihadist working for you, because they will spend all their time evangalizing which will upset the rest of your employees, unless the rest of your employees sympathize with that viewpoint already.

    I do not believe that the name ‘Muslim Tatar’ is a real name. That would be like someone in the United States being named Christian Anglo-Saxon, or someone from Italy being named Catholic Roman. Or someone in Greece being named Orthodox Byzantine.

    If the elder Mr. Tatar is as innocent as he claims he should be upset at his son for ruining his business. Anyone who owns a business is very careful about the PR that the employees generate about the business. If an employee does something that creates the kind of PR that can ruin a business, that is the employees fault, not the public’s fault.

    The only way the elder Mr. Tatar will recover from this is to sell his business, change his name (its a fake name anyway) and move someplace where there are no Muslims.

  29. Unregistered Pingback by Inoperable Terran » Aww

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    […] getting out the Nanotech Violin™ for this one. The father of one of the Fort Dix Six has had his pizza business, which relied primarily on […]

  30. Agent Orange Comment by Agent Orange

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    Off-topic: Finally, a justification for the ATF’s existence.

  31. MegaTroopX Comment by MegaTroopX

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    Here’s a picture of Super Mario’s Pizza Parlor.

    Not only is his kid a terrorist, but some guys from Japan would like a word with him.

  32. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    HOW HERO HELPED TO STOP PLOT

    Throughout the 90-minute-long tape, above the booming gunfire at a Pennsylvania target range, the jihadists could be heard screaming “God is great!”
    The two employees “freaked out,” their co-worker recalled.
    At first, the teenage clerk didn’t know what to do, his pal said.
    “Dude, I just saw some really weird s-,” he frantically told his co-worker. “I don’t know what to do. Should I call someone or is that being racist?”

    That’s fucking right. CAIR and DemCong have gotten most american’s fearful that speaking up will be deemed racist. Can’t argue with them. can’t turn in suspicious behaviour…. p.c. will eventually kill us all.

  33. EvilFreeSmeg Comment by EvilFreeSmeg

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    While I’d like to think the dad didn’t know because he was working his ass off, it’d be a fantasy to believe it. He had to have known something was up.

    Willfull ignorance isn’t an excuse. He’s just as guilty as the six. Perhaps even more if he willfully turned a blind eye.

  34. Princess Natasha Comment by Princess Natasha

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    I do believe the dad had nothing to do with the sonny-boy’s terrorist hobby. I also feel really bad that the man is losing his business. Unlike sonny-boy, Dad seems to have gotten that whole American Dream thing pretty well. If I were him, I would make some sort of a public announcement, to the extent that “Hey, I did not know”. His son made his own choices. The father should NOT be blamed for the sins of his son. There is only so much a parent can do. I sincerely hope the guy gets his business running well again.