This dates back to the beginning of the Cold War when Israel aligned with the West and most of the world’s Jews lined up with the West against Russia. Before that many Jews had positive feelings about the USSR. A typical Jewish fake crisis like most of the crises they dream up stemmed from the “Let my people go” BS of the late Cold War years. As you may know, in general people were not allowed to leave the USSR. The main reason for this policy was to prevent brain drain, a known problem in the USSR.
However, around the time of the late Cold War, many Russian Jews started demanding that they be allowed to migrate to Israel. I have no idea why they demanded to go to Israel except Jews are always demanding to there for whatever reason. Notice the hypocrisy? Nobody else gets to leave but the Jews get to leave (but not the non-Jews) because they’re special, chosen, superior people. And if you won’t make an exception for these superior people so they can leave (And why should you?) you are an anti-Semite!
Hence the late USSR was condemned as anti-Semitic by Western Jews while it was hardly true. The entire mass of idiotic Western Jewish culture immersed itself in this asinine and chauvinist “let my people go” charade for decades during the Cold War. This was the main project of the Western Jews! What a bunch of tools.
I saw a recent statement by a Russian Jew who had been a professor at a university in the USSR. He said that there were 300 professors in his department (I assume this was a huge university), and all but three of them were Jewish! I’m sure there was severe anti-Jewish prejudice in the late USSR! There were only whole universities stacked top to bottom with highly-paid Jews in prestigious positions! Such anti-Semites!
He also said that it was hard to tell that most of these people were Jewish because such things as religion or ethnicity were not discussed much in the USSR as most people saw them as unimportant. Indeed, discussion of such things might have even been a bit taboo as race is with present day Mexicans.
Ukrainian Jews flee at the slightest sign of trouble. The Ukrainian Jews are in bed with Nazis who keep them in power, sure, but most of them are still typical Diasporan Jew traitors.
Most Jews in the Diaspora have dual loyalty. Their primary loyalty is to the Jews, and they only have secondary loyalty to their Diaspora host. Hence whenever war breaks out, the Diasporan Jews often tend to take off because they feel no loyalty for whatever Diasporan community is hosting them.
By this rubric, as soon as the war started, most Ukrainian Jews, previously fervent Nazis, conveniently took off for Israel. The Nazi Jew Zelensky owns a multi-million dollar mansion in Israel. I assume he will head there if things ever get too hot in his Nazi homeland.
Yes, a few Jews are serving in the Ukrainian army and even in the overtly Nazi militias. In fact, one of the worst Nazi militias has a prominent member who is a rabbi! Some of these overtly Nazi militias even have makeshift synagogues set up for their Jewish Nazi members. In addition, Israeli advisors were present with Azov at Mariupol. There is also video of members of a Nazi battalion in Ukraine where members are speaking Hebrew!
Nevertheless, most of them took off like the traitors they always are.
Just to show you what traitors Ukrainian Jews are, a while back I was working with this Ukrainian Jew on some software projects. He was an ok guy but he was seriously and belligerently Jewish with a typical paranoia of anti-Semitism. Early on, I asked him if he were Ukrainian, and he said, “No! I’m Jew!” I thought, “You piece of shit.” You can’t even be loyal to your own country. You always have to insist that you’re not a party of any Diaspora land you inhabit. That really made me angry.
By the same token, Russian Jews, who have been serious traitors for a very long time now since the breakup of the USSR, have also been flooding out of Russia to Israel. Why? There’s a war on and like the traitors they are, they don’t want to fight for a land that they feel no loyalty to.
However, it should be noted that many of the Russian Jews in Israel are Russian patriots, and there have been many pro-Russian demonstrations there.