It is often cited by Putin defenders -- as perhaps the primary reason as to why we should believe he is a force for good and even feared by world Jewry -- that he "kicked the Jewish oligarchs out of Russia," If we're being generous, this is a half-truth -- but more so a misrepresentation of the facts. The story being referenced involved competing factions of Jewish power-players, one of which Putin allied with, the other standing in opposition to him. The latter, indeed felt Putin's wrath. The former, well... I'm sure you can figure out the rest.
It is well-known even among Putin defenders that Russia's central bank remains under the control of Jews, not the Russian state, and therefore does not serve the interests of the Russian people. Enough said.
As far as the second part of that tweet is concerned... Not long ago Russia announced it will no longer renew dual-citizenship for Russian nationals living abroad -- largely in Israel. This was interpreted by many as a "stick it to the Jews" measure, while in reality this move was made as a favor to the Jewish state in the midst of an ongoing trend of Jews leaving Israel at a rate significantly higher than those migrating to the Jewish state. The short-sighted reaction by Putin stans is unfortunately quite indicative of the analysis utilized in the bigger picture.
When Russia inserted itself into the Jewish-American-created conflict in Syria -- as an "ally" of Assad, but really to secure its own national interests in the region -- they offered assurance to Israel that any violations of Syrian airspace by the Jewish state's military would not be met with force, as would normally be standard protocol seeing as the Russian military is present at the behest of the Syrian government to aid militarily in the defense of the nation. A peculiar development, to be sure, especially when one considers the fact that Israeli violation of Syrian airspace accompanied by unprovoked acts of war, in defiance of international law, has been a regular occurrence.
Another development upon Russia coming to the aid of the Syrian government was Netanyahu immediately being flown to Russia upon Russia's formal entry into the conflict. Whatever the purpose for the visit may have been, it's more than fair to assume that Putin has an obligation of some sort to secure the approval of the Israeli Prime Minister for whatever action might be taken. With that being said, the commitment to defending the Syrian state comes into question, and consequently just how dubious the nature of Putin's loyalty to Assad may be.
Continuing along the lines of Putin's questionable loyalty to his "allies," Iran represents a critical aspect of this discussion. Iran, of course, being under a constant threat of unprovoked aggression on the part of Israel -- and the United States as well -- possesses very little in the way of a formidable defense, militarily, in comparison to its enemies. Russia, ostensibly being Iran's single ally capable of adequately defending Iran in this regard, cannot be seen as reliable given its already questionable motives as it pertains to Syria. The picture is further complicated by the fact that, while Israel unceasingly takes an aggressive and threatening posture towards Iran, Putin not only maintains a cozy relationship with Israel, but has not once rebuked the latter in a meaningful way for their hostilities towards his supposed ally. Therefore it begs the question: Were Israel to attack Iran, what would Putin's response be? Something tells me his response would be almost non-existent; and whatever lip-service he may offer up to address such an egregious act would be met with the usual "it's part of his long-term grand scheme!" rationalization his loyal apostles employ any other time a logical explanation escapes them. So it goes...
Another commonly cited occurrence Putin die-hards stand by as a testament to his authenticity was his public acknowledgement that the Bolsheviks were predominantly Jewish. This is no secret, especially among Russians. This admission, in itself, was nothing more than an inconsequential public relations move aimed at reinforcing in the minds of the Russian people his honesty and transparency -- an appeasement of sorts, given the justified anti-semitic sentiment among a large portion of Russian society,
It's important to note, at this juncture, that it is not what he said in this case, but what he didn't say, and even more imperatively all that relates to his omission when alluding to that particular subject matter. Namely, the extent and magnitude of Bolshevik atrocities, how they are almost entirely overlooked, and how instead world war 2 lies and mythology are perpetuated with enthusiasm by Putin himself. What better example of this dishonesty and acquiescence to the power structure he is alleged to stand in defiance to, than his draconian Holocaust denial laws -- some of the harshest in the world? But it doesn't end there; anti-semitic interpretations of the bible have also been outlawed. To say this is pure insanity would be an understatement.
I will close with this:
I stand by this statement. Best of luck to anyone who believes they can effectively counter the arguments I've just laid out here in a sound, logical way.