Saddam Hussein Seeks McDonald’s Francise
Saddam Hussein, in his latest bid to conduct crimes against his own people, has applied for McDonalds for a franchise. The application is widely regarded as a move by its defense team to convince the court that, if his life is spared, he will be a model citizen in Iraq of the future.
Hussein stated in his application that he experienced a lot of fastfood experience during his flight. He also declares that, if he granted the franchise, he ceased to end pathological social behavior that compromises his qualifications as a trusted franchisee. He applied for a place in Baghdad, which gives a view on one of his former palaces, so that he can find peace in memory of his civic business.
With permission from McDonalds, the agreement will be filed with the court. At that stage it is expected that the defense claims to be released on the grounds that there is no precedent whatsoever for hanging a McDonalds franchisee.
Depending on the outcome of Hussein’s plea, its codegivers may not be applicable to McDonalds. There is a degree of disagreement between them, whether they want to finish the McDonalds market or have the courage to compete with their former boss by launching competitive chains, such as Burger King and Wendys. A defendant is considering posting an Applebys franchise, apparently due to a misunderstanding. He wants to be accepted as American apple pie one day and does not know that the chain is in fact just another civilian joint.
Ramsey Clark claims that Hussein’s move to become a McDonalds franchiseer clearly indicates his intention to reform and provide opportunities.
While many Sunnis are keen to protect the former dictatorial restaurant, Shiites and Kurds threaten to boycott it.
The US Army has expressed concern about possible retaliation, especially the threat of suicide bombings disguised as breakthroughs.