Putin channeling Catherine de Medici?

Ed Lasky
From C.J. Chivers in the New York Times:
"The former K.G.B officer accused in Britain of fatally poisoning a Kremlin foe in London with a radioactive isotope announced Sunday that he was seeking a seat in the Russian Parliament.

"The accused former officer, Andrei K. Lugovoi, said on state television that he would run as a member of the Liberal Democratic Party, the ultranationalist party led by Vladimir V. Zhirinovsky. If elected, Mr. Lugovoi would be immune from prosecution in Russia."
Sushi dipped in polonium sauce in London has a certain globalist fusion cuisine ring to it. Catherine de Medici is credited with cross-cultural menu building laced with poison, but some give her credit for diversifying the menu of Italy and popularizing the use of forks.
From C.J. Chivers in the New York Times:
"The former K.G.B officer accused in Britain of fatally poisoning a Kremlin foe in London with a radioactive isotope announced Sunday that he was seeking a seat in the Russian Parliament.

"The accused former officer, Andrei K. Lugovoi, said on state television that he would run as a member of the Liberal Democratic Party, the ultranationalist party led by Vladimir V. Zhirinovsky. If elected, Mr. Lugovoi would be immune from prosecution in Russia."
Sushi dipped in polonium sauce in London has a certain globalist fusion cuisine ring to it. Catherine de Medici is credited with cross-cultural menu building laced with poison, but some give her credit for diversifying the menu of Italy and popularizing the use of forks.