Twelve days after his arrival in Germany, Berlin finally announced Wednesday that Alexey Navalny would have been poisoned with the famous neurotoxic poison Novichok, already mentioned in the Skripal case. Except that as in the Salisbury affair, the official story about what happened to “Mr. 2%” defies the laws of chemistry, biochemistry, and logic. I won’t go back to the absurd appellation of “main opponent of Vladimir Putin” that the entire Western press sticks to Navalny despite common sense. It is enough to see his ridiculous level of support among the Russian population (2% according to the latest Levada poll) and to see that Zhirinovsky is far ahead of him, to realize that this dear Alexey does not represent a threat to the Russian President.