The nationalist politician has offered to increase the population of ethnic Russians by fathering children in every region of the country. If a woman wanted his baby, he said, ``I would meet her halfway''.
Vlad is, of course, an energetic fellow. But can he significantly populate a country as big as Russia? We turn to Cuba.
A recent visitor to the island tells us about PPG. Produced at Laboratorios Dalmer outside Havana and promoted as a cholesterol-reducing drug, it is being bought by Latin lovers looking for an ``uplifting'' experience. Cynics say PPG, or Policosanol, is simply a money-maker that owes its reputation to a boost in the bloodstream from its sugar-cane base.
Zhirinovsky owes it to Russia, and to medical science, to plop down $20 for a box of the tiny yellow tablets and let history be the judge.Reuse content