June 12, 2008, - 3:58 pm

Latest Target of “American” Islamofacists: Ice Cream Trucks?!

By Debbie Schlussel
Some of my fondest memories as a kid, hanging out with my Dad, are when we’d meet up with the neighborhood ice cream truck, during the hot summer, and he’d buy me one of my favorites: The Bomb Pop–red, white, and blue, it was patriotic, yummy, and cool on a hot day. And as you know, the only way to know the truck is coming is to hear its music.
But not in Dearbornistan Heights. The city, which is rapidly being taken over by extremist Shi’ite Muslims–I’ve noted the election of Hezbollah Judge David Turfe to the Dearborn Heights District Court and the presence of Ayatollah Khomeini agent and accolyte Mohammed Ali Elahi‘s mosque within the city limits.
And these Muslims–who don’t like American culture and want to shut it, and all American-style fun, down–have now succeeded in getting Dearborn Heights police to enforce old, never enforced noise rules to keep ice cream trucks out.
Thanks to Islamo-Fascists . . .


Say Good-Bye to Ice Cream Trucks and Bomb Pops

In a dying Michigan economy, this behavior is an outrage. But, hey, Islam trumps everything in their world, which now solidly includes a growing chunk of the Dearborn/Dearborn Heights/Canton/Detroit area. The PC press-coverage doesn’t note that Muslims are behind it. But they are. Until they took over this city, which neighbors Dearbornistan, ice cream trucks never had a problem.
It’s interesting that the Muslim call to prayer, which blares from five in the morning to ten or eleven at night and preaches the supremacy of Mohammed, does not constitute noise pollution to these people. But ice cream trucks, that’s the problem. Say good-bye, America:

In Dearborn Heights, after complaints from anonymous residents, city leaders are looking to silence the ice cream man, saying the nursery rhymes from trucks are too noisy.
On Tuesday, the City Council is expected to adopt an ordinance that will allow ice cream vendors to ring bells only while they are selling their goods. . . .
Cities want the trucks to lower the volume of the incessant noise, but it is rarely enforced. Meanwhile, ice cream vendors, whose trucks play everything from nursery rhymes to hip-hop to “Hail to the Victors,” said the music is needed to promote sales.
“Everyone knows the ice cream truck plays music,” said Dominic Amato, 19, an ice cream truck vendor who services Dearborn Heights. “I don’t know what to think of it, but it’s going to be hard to sell ice cream. You’re just going to be driving down the streets and the kids won’t hear you coming. I’m going to have to watch what I’m doing. It’s just not worth it.”
In Dearborn Heights, city leaders claim the change in the ordinance is not an attack on vendors because loud music was outlawed anyway. The law, which doesn’t address ice cream trucks, said vendors cannot draw attention “by use of horn, bell, whistle or other apparatus.” . . .
Nick Glennon, 15, can’t help thinking the city is taking away a right of passage for children.
“It’s always kind of funny when all of the little kids are running for the ice cream truck,” Glennon said. “They aren’t going to be able to sell jack if you can hardly hear the truck.”
The ice cream divide has been going on at least a year, said Tina Eismann, owner of All American Super Hero Ice Cream in Romulus. Eismann said her drivers had several run-ins with the Dearborn Heights police, who frequently pulled them over. The drivers beat the tickets in court, but one driver has quit because of the hassle.
“I don’t think it’s fair at all. They would pick and choose who they decided to pull over,” Eismann said. “How can you market your product if you can’t play music? It’s a familiar sound. It’s more frustrating for my drivers. They are good, hardworking people who are trying to make a living.”
. . .
Fred Mehrpay, one of the owners of Meadowbrook Ice Cream Co. in Rochester Hills, says Dearborn Heights’ ordinance is nothing new, but said it’s an inconvenience for his drivers. Rochester Hills has had a similar ordinance on the books for years, so his drivers use bells.
“A lot of these (laws) are old and have been around for a while,” Mehrpay said. “(But) they really don’t enforce it because it really doesn’t make sense. How are they going to sell ice cream if people don’t know they are in the area? It would be an inconvenience for a vendor if they aren’t used to using bells.”
Lawrence Klemczak, 67, took it all in stride. “They make a lot of noise, but kids like ice cream,” Klemczak, who lives on Gulley street, which splits Dearborn and Dearborn Heights.

And they call the NFL, the “No Fun League.” Please. There is already a No Fun League. It’s been around for a few centuries. It’s called Islam.

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23 Responses

Debbie, I’ve read and re-read the article you linked to, but nowhere does it mention muzzie influence. I’m guessing that would be politically incorrect. Am I right?

softwaregurus on June 12, 2008 at 4:39 pm

I agree some of the ice cream trucks are too loud. So loud I can’t hear the evening news even when the doors and windows are closed. When I was a kid, we had the Good Humor trucks. The driver would jingle bells and the kids would come running. No need for loud, obnoxious music back then.

dearbornmike on June 12, 2008 at 4:44 pm

The ice cream trucks around here aren’t that loud. But I wish they get some new music playing in them. Come on, how do you not wanna hear the tetris theme coming down your block?

Squirrel3D on June 12, 2008 at 4:46 pm

I’m surprised to hear this, because most of the ice cream truck operators I have seen lately are Muslim. For some reason, they like the cash business. Can’t imagine why.
However, anything that prevents ice cream trucks from loudly playing hop hop music can’t be all that bad.

SurfDog on June 12, 2008 at 4:49 pm

Oddly enough, I couldn’t find anything in this article that said anything about Muslims. maybe you’re reading too much into this?

Veinor on June 12, 2008 at 5:09 pm

Maybe they could just play the Muslim call to prayer over the ice cream truck speakers? Then change the novelty ice cream names:Rainbow Pop-Up I.E.D., Great White Satan Bar, Dora the Infidel Bar,and much more to convert.

Michael Durant on June 12, 2008 at 6:13 pm

Wow, most of the ice cream trucks in Alameda County are owned and operated by Afgans and Pakistanis. Guess California Muslims are just more “progressive.”

Kalifornia Kafir on June 12, 2008 at 6:19 pm

I’m not crazy about the music from ice cream trucks, but certainly the racket from the Mosques is much more obnoxious and much more disturbing, and that’s what should really be stopped. Between the Muslims and the illegal aliens we are really getting swamped with a mob that wants to overturn our civilization, and most of us don’t even know it yet.

c f on June 12, 2008 at 6:37 pm

Social engineers are referring to these tempests as: “reasonable accomodation issues.” In Quebec, Canada a commission study on same recently recommended that all vestiges (read: crosses and saint invocation) be removed from the legislative assembly, but that Islamic dress, cleaning and worship demands be met in public services. Commissioners suggested that private companies should also accomodate carpet humpers who need to prostrate to the allah fiction.
Reminder: Malmo, Sweden will become the first slave-of-allah majority city in an old European state. Bosnia and Kosovo were Clinton-Bush gifts to the perverse residue of Ottoman savagery.

supercargo on June 12, 2008 at 6:48 pm

hey debbie in connecticut they are called u.s.a pops and they are half the size of the original bomb pop we all know from the 70’s. in 1976 i paid about 50 cent for a huge bomb pop and now the u.s.a. pop is going for $3.00. you have to buy 2 now to the size of the 1976 pop.

PNAMARBLE on June 12, 2008 at 7:06 pm

These “old-fashioned” ice cream trucks are often not licensed and the driver is your average American illegal alien. They have a tendency to stake out neighborhoods and return later on to steal stuff. They also sell drugs. I drove through the streets of east Dearborn one hot summer night and the 32 different ice cream trucks I spotted made the neighborhood look like a pac-man game. I would be thrilled to see them off Dearborn’s streets.

Dearborn Dhimmi on June 12, 2008 at 9:48 pm

We kicked them out of Spain, We can kick them out of here too.

OldSchoolW on June 12, 2008 at 11:40 pm

Posted by: OldSchoolW
[We kicked them out of Spain, We can kick them out of here too.]
The Jews?!? OldSchoolW, you stupid racist, nazi bastard! I hope Debbie bans your ass for that anti-Semitic comment!

Norman Blitzer on June 13, 2008 at 2:56 am

The muslim Moors were driven out of Spain.

John Harper on June 13, 2008 at 3:40 am

Norman Blitzer,
Seems you lack knowledge to a part of Spain’s history.
Please, go read about “El Sid” And notice he wasn’t fighting against Jews, but fighting against an Islam invasion.
Also if you can find the old movie you’ll notice it isn’t poluted with political corectness and the alleged ‘moderate muslims’ are mostly but the front armies of the Islam invasion.
Islam was repelled in spain in the past. And I can but hope it will again but then in the whole of Europe(must be me probably dreaming though…)
Still this is but side talk.
It is sad that ice cream sellers are made impossible to profess there inoffensive profession while the same justice isn’t applied to the call to prayer.(wich isn’t that inoffensive)
That’s just plain injustice.
Like the tale of the farm…
“All animals are equal,
but some are more equal then others”

Garifulla on June 13, 2008 at 3:45 am

Quote:Wow, most of the ice cream trucks in Alameda County are owned and operated by Afgans and Pakistanis. Guess California Muslims are just more “progressive.”
Posted by: Kalifornia Kafir
Yup. they must be related to the rich middle eastern “here-on-a-college-visa” kids who leave their beer cans in my bushes on their walk back from visitinng BLack’s Beach….

Mistress_Dee on June 13, 2008 at 6:30 am

It is worse in DC; check out this Saudi expert’s profile of the enemy presence. He should add the Bush White House.

supercargo on June 13, 2008 at 8:12 am

“on their walk back from visitinng BLack’s Beach…”
Mistress Dee, LOL

Kalifornia Kafir on June 13, 2008 at 12:21 pm

Around here in California, most of the ice cream truck people are arab or mexican and they often don’t look kosher enough for me to let my kid run up to them like it was back in the old days. They don’t look friendly nor do they look clean cut. And with today’s child molesters too, I’m not sure I trust ones who look ok too! The world is changing 🙁 from our sweet memories.
It is sad that some seem to ruin it for others..the once fun The Entertainer theme playing through our neighborhoods is exchanged for hip hop garbage radiating out from these trucks? If that is true then maybe it is time to crack down. In my neighborhood, the trucks still play the entertainer theme and I don’t find it too loud and am certainly not offended by it. Perhaps if it ran around with hip hop music, I might think differently.

diaphanous on June 13, 2008 at 5:23 pm

A suggestion for the author of this post: clozapine. Lots and lots of clozapine.

Guest on June 14, 2008 at 1:00 am

This from the same people who don’t like dogs, jeez.

John Harper on June 14, 2008 at 9:09 pm

Hey Debbie,
We had the same thing happen here in NYC, but it was in wealthy neighborhoods where citizens complained about the noise. I really don’t think you can blame this on Muslims just because a lot live in the city. I guess my point is that this sort of thing happens all over the place.

tuffs on June 15, 2008 at 6:11 pm


Ben C on June 16, 2008 at 6:00 am

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