Hello everyone, today I will be exposing one of the biggest corporations our there.
That is right, today we will be diving in to the dark history of the McDonald’s corporation.
McDonald’s has over 35 thousand locations worldwide, spanning across 118 countries around the world. Whether it was a McDouble or an Egg McMuffin, chances are you have had something from McDonald’s. Because of this reach, this makes McDonald’s the perfect vehicle for… WORLD DOMINATION!
To discover exactly what McDonald’s plan is, we need to explore it’s beginnings.
The first McDonald’s was opened in 1940 by Richard and Maurice McDonald in San Bernardino, California. It helped advance the brand of modern fast food and quickly spread to being a nationwide and, eventually, a global company. And the rest is history.
The first location was 1398 North E Street at West 14th Street. And you will be surprised how many secrets this address yields.
Well, first let’s look at the directions. There is a North, and East, and a West. And the last direction, South, is missing. The South of the United States is where the majority of McDonald’s lie in the U.S.A. So the south is important. Next, we add up all of the numbers. they total up to 1412. So the address now reads 1412 South. 1412 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar.
Julian was the founder of the Freemasonry group. The Free Masons would travel around, gathering wealth and staying on the run. When the Freemasons journeyed to the New World, they renamed them selves… the Illuminati. And that explains the original logo for McDonald’s.
So whatever the elusive Illuminati have planned for humanity, you can rest assured that it will be implemented by our old friend Ronald.
Hope you liked this Conspiracy Theory! These theories are just for comedy, and I am not encouraging you to not go to McDonald’s. Actually, I think I may go right now. . .
*twelve and a half hours later*
Anyways, be sure to comment to suggest the subject of my next conspiracy theory, and check out my next one next Saturday.