Just today an anonymous poster wrote in a comment that Israel did not support the USA in the Ukrainian crisis. I fully agreed and posted the following reply:
That is quite true and it is too bad that people often lump Israelis with AngloZionists because, as you correctly point out, the Israelis are generally backing Russia in this case. For example, Israel has offered to help Crimea get water (http://www.regnum.ru/news/polit/1793436.html) although in the end the Russian military will end up providing the water by building a pipeline under the water. There are just too many Russian Jews in Israel not to realize that the Ukie regime is neo-Nazi and racist. Besides, Bandera was never popular amongst Russian Jews for obvious reasons.The topic of Russian-Israeli relations in a fascinating and very complex one which really would deserve a full analysis, and if/when things cool down in the Ukraine I will write one, but today I just wanted to illustrate that even my "AngloZionist" category, by which I still stand as being basically correct, can lead to misinterpretation and that even "Zionist" and "Israeli" can, in some instances, be two very different things.
One of my correspondents today sent me some beautiful pictures taken in Vienna with his cellphone which show that the category "the West" also should only be understood as "those who rule over the West" (just like all these other categories should really be understood as preceded by "those who rule over").
While official Europe is de-facto backing neo-Nazis, while the western official historiography is increasingly trying erase the role of the Soviet Union in defeating Hitler, while Russia is neither invited to, or even congratulated with, celebrations of Victory Day - there are some people in the West who, of course, remember the truth and do act on it.
Thanks to "D" for sending me these photos and giving me the opportunity to address the issue of the categories I use on this blog.
PS: look at the amount of flowers people brought!