Rozanov emphasized the dominance of foreigners in this stratum who were not natural to Russian people, especially Jews. Anti-Semitism has become the most common way of forming the image of an internal enemy, as shown by Shnirelman (2012) with the “Khazarian myth.”
The category of “small nation,” suggested by Shafarevich (2005, 17) is closely related to the idea of Jews as internal enemies. The theory of the small nation reveals the nature of an internal enemy as “those forces, whose activity throughout history (under various flags, but one algorithm) is aimed at the destruction of the nature and society.” Petukhov (2007) also made a great contribution to the expansion of the interpretation of the internal enemy definition. In his works, the “donor nation” is opposed to “savage nations,” or “parasite nations.” However, anti-Semitism was widespread in the previous generation of Russian nationalists, even in the late stages of the Soviet Union (Brudny 2000). From Galkovskii’s point of view, Britain began to use Russian national minorities to ensure their domination over the Russian people, or as Krylov mentioned
on his Facebook page, “service minority.” 10 British activity was the main reason for a collapse of the Russian Empire: dissatisfied social, ethnic, and religious groups such as Jews, Baltic people, and old believers were used to destroy the state.