Tuesday, April 8, 2014

McDonald’s closes restaurants in Crimea

The U.S. fast food chain McDonald’s announced on Friday it had closed its three restaurants in Crimea (Sevastopol, Simferopol and Yalta).

Although the chain has not provided a clear explanation, its decision was likely prompted by the political situation.

Commenting on the announcement, the leader of the Russian Liberal Democratic Party (Nationalist), Vladimir Zhirinovsky, said that the chain would be well advised to also close all of its approximately 400 restaurants throughout the rest of the Federation. After bidding good riddance to McDonald’s, "Pepsi-Cola would be next", he said.



  1. Russians choose to not participate in killing themselves in an artificial world of fast poisons.

  2. We're governed by the most criminal humans and the images like McDonald, well time to not swallow any more arsenic.

    Portfolios are shrinking as the world rejects the poisons of globalization.